Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Residential Property & Conveyancing team welcomes new Partner

Law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Residential Property and Conveyancing team is happy to welcome its new Partner.

Thomson Snell & Passmore has further strengthened its well-respected Residential Property & Conveyancing team, with the appointment of Matthew Sabine as a Partner.  

Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Residential Property & Conveyancing team welcomes new Partner

Matthew Sabine

Matthew joins from East Sussex-based Hughes Solicitors, and brings with him extensive experience in residential property, with particular expertise in high value property. He qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and previously spent 13 years in the Residential Property team at Kent-based Warners Solicitors. As such, he has in-depth knowledge of the local property market.

Led by Rebecca Swain, Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Residential Property & Conveyancing team, has a reputation for delivering excellent client service, and particular expertise in advising on high value, complex transactions across the South East, London and nationally. Matthew’s appointment will further bolster the team’s offering to clients. 

Rebecca Swain, Head of Residential Property & Conveyancing at Thomson Snell & Passmore comments:

“It’s wonderful to have Matthew join the team.

“He has a great reputation in the local property industry for his brilliant technical expertise, enabling him to get the trickiest of transactions over the line, as well as his friendly and approachable demeanour and dedication to client service.

“He is going to be a fantastic addition to our already excellent department.”

Matthew Sabine, Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore, adds:

I am thrilled to be joining a firm with such a unique heritage, as part of team which is so well respected in the industry.

Thomson Snell & Passmore’s clear commitment to client service mirrors my own ethos and I am really looking forward to working closely with the whole team.”


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