Juber Deriwala

Solicitor, LLB Hons

Head of Conveyancing Department

Dez

Juber or Dez as his colleagues like to call him joined Curtis Law in 2012 and has previously gained experience in both small and large firms dealing with Private client work.   

Juber studied Law at Lancaster University and completed the Legal Practice Course at Chester College of Law. Juber completed his training contract and qualified as a solicitor in 2007.

He has experience in all areas of domestic conveyancing including buying and selling on behalf of clients, re-mortgages and deeds of transfer. He is also an expert in the preparation of wills.

Juber specialises in all areas of Residential Conveyancing including Freehold and leasehold properties, new build work, help to buy, Shared Equity, Shared Ownership purchases, re-mortgages and deeds of transfer.  Juber also deals with advising clients who are purchasing commercial properties.

As the firm expands Juber is now putting his experience to use within our ever-growing department

When he is not helping clients Juber managers a local grass-root football team on the weekend, he also likes to keep fit and enjoys the gym and traveling

Hilary Holder

Solicitor, LLB Hons

Conveyancing Department Supervisor

Hilary Holder

Hilary joined our conveyancing department at Curtis Law as a qualified Solicitor in 2016, having qualified in 2014 having completed her training at a well-established local high street firm specialising in property matters.

Hilary, in her early days specialised in Family Law and Children Act proceedings. Since qualification Hilary has focused on all areas of residential conveyancing including sales, purchases of freehold and leasehold properties, transfers of equity, remortgages, new build developments, Help to Buy Schemes, Right to Buy Schemes and land purchases.

Hilary has recently taken on a new role with Curtis Law as a department supervisor and manages her own team within the department.

Time scales

A standard conveyancing matter normally concludes within 6-12 weeks of instructions, sometimes sooner. However on occasion if a matter becomes more complex or if there are delays in a chain the timescales may be extended. Should this occur during your transaction we will advise you.