AIC National President and AIC NSW Councillor
Michelle began working as in a law firm from a young age. After working through junior level work Michelle was promoted to working alongside a Solicitor in the firm engaged to conduct the legal work on behalf of Aussie Home Loans. During this time Michelle gained extensive knowledge in the preparation and creation of Mortgages and security interests. She discovered a passion for Old System Title where it was imperative to ensure that the Lender was receiving ‘good security’ in old system title properties. Michelle was trained by notable Newcastle Solicitors such at Morgan Jones, Richard Youll and Peter Chapman.
With drive and ambition the property law sector, Michelle decided to embark on Conveyancing Law & Practice at Macquarie University and continued to do this whilst working with the same inner city law firm. Michelle was awarded ‘TOP Mark’ for ‘Contract Law’ and excelled through-out the course. Michelle graduated and became a Licensed Conveyancer in 2000.
Shortly after becoming licensed she began working for a Newcastle Conveyancing company as a Branch Manager and continued working for the company for 7 years where crucial experience was gained in dealing with the complexities of property law and managing a large team.
In 2006, Michelle decided to embark on her own venture which was to be the inception of KENT Conveyancing. Just under 15 years on Michelle stands by her passion for property law and delivering superior customer service. When Michelle is not working, she enjoys time with her family, the gym, property development together with shopping and socialising with friends.