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Megan Thorne

Solicitor

T: 01793 847 727
E: megan.thorne@roydswithyking.com

Megan is a solicitor in our Residential Property, Farms & Estates team in Swindon.



We had a seamless and outstanding experience. As first time buyers, we were both apprehensive and lacked the knowledge for what is a notoriously stressful process but Sue and Megan were a pleasure to deal with, guiding us through the process brilliantly. Couldn't recommend them enough.
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About Megan

Megan joined as a conveyancing assistant in 2014 after working in a law firm in Bristol and completing her law degree and post graduate courses at Aberystwyth University. Having previously lived and worked in Royal Wootton Bassett and Swindon she has good knowledge of the local area.

In 2019 Megan qualified as a chartered legal executive and cross qualified to become a solicitor in April 2019. She deals with a wide variety of transactions including:

• New build purchases
• Help to Buy
• Sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties
• Re-mortgages
• Transfers of equity

Outside of work, Megan plays the flute in the Wiltshire Police Band and is a member of the band’s committee.

My particular interest in conveyancing developed while studying on the Legal Practice Course. I am pleased to have been able to qualify as a solicitor whilst working at Royds Withy King and proud to be a member of the residential property team in Wiltshire. I strive to deliver outstanding service to our clients in an important and stressful time in their lives.

Megan Thorne

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