Caroline Hume is a conveyancing Partner with several years of residential property experience. Caroline takes a proactive and client focused approach to her work which ensures an efficient and effective service for both clients and introducers alike.
Caroline was born and raised in Aberdeen, moving to Staffordshire to study Law and Criminology at Keele University before transferring to the highly regarded Nottingham Law School. She trained and qualified as a solicitor at Hopkins Reynolds & Co which later merged with Neves. In 2005, Caroline set up the Milton Keynes office of Neves before in 2009 setting up the firm’s Northampton office. Caroline joined Taylor Walton LLP in 2016.
In 2015 Caroline won Lawyer Monthly’s Women in Law Award (Residential Property) and then went onto win Acquisition Quarterly’s Leading Female Lawyer of the Year (Residential Real Estate) in the same year.
Caroline is able to assist clients in relation to all aspects of residential property from more straightforward residential conveyancing including registered/ unregistered land, freehold/leasehold/shared ownership titles to more complex property investment and/or property development. She is well versed in both newbuild conveyancing and development work acting for either buyers and developers depending on the project and happy to assist with transactions involving Help to Buy 1, Help to Buy 2, Help to Buy Armed Forces and Help to Buy ISAs.
She has over the years developed an extensive network of clients, estate agents, mortgage brokers, financial advisors, developers and house builders who have come to rely on her specialist expertise and knowledge in this field.