Experience & Background
Carolyn Bunn is an Associate Solicitor in the Residential Conveyancing team and is based at the Diss office. Having spent 10 years at the firm’s Attleborough office, Carolyn relocated to Diss in October 2018.
She specialises in residential conveyancing and commercial property matters and enjoys the variety this mixed caseload brings. She is very aware and understanding of the different needs of clients and is passionate about providing a high level of customer service. She is approachable and prefers to speak with clients in person or on the phone rather than relying solely on written dialogue.
Carolyn studied Biochemistry at the University of Bristol before moving back to Norfolk to study the Graduate Diploma in Law at the University of East Anglia. She completed the legal practice course in York and trained with a local law firm before joining Greenland Houchen Pomeroy as a newly qualified solicitor.
In her spare time, Carolyn enjoys spending time with her family and running around after her three small children. She enjoys being outdoors whether in the garden or walking her dog and if she gets the chance, attending sporting events.
Carolyn and Judith were both very communicative – keeping us informed throughout the process. We were contacted often to ensure we received information in a timely manner. Carolyn made us feel that we were able to take the lead in the process and were in control while she facilitated our wishes and instructions. Although the completion of our property turned out to be a bit more complex than anticipated, it was handled as a matter of urgency and with professionalism. We would not hesitate to recommend Spire Solicitors or use them again in the future. Thank you to the team.
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