Milda Vaznelyte

Paralegal, Residential Property

Banbury office

Milda is a Paralegal in Banbury Residential Property team, advising clients on a broad range of residential property purchases, sales and other transactions.

Milda joined SE-Solicitors in May 2023. She is obtained her her MA Law (SQE1) in July 2023, and is now looking forward to completing her SQE Level 2 next year. Before her studies she worked at a law firm in Lithuania.

Outside of work Milda enjoys hiking, playing music and spending time with her family and friends.

What clients say about Milda

“Mariam and Milda went above and beyond to help with all of the legal side of our move. They always answered the phone or emails should we have had any questions, and always kept us updated throughout the whole process. I had a few issues with a management company on providing paper work, but they sat on the phone for hours to them to get this sorted for me. This just shows how good their service is! I would highly recommend SE-Solicitors to everyone. And would use them again. Thank you again Mariam and Milda, we are over the moon!”
Sam, Trustpilot 2023
“Fantastic team – Mariam and Milda have been very dedicated in the purchase and sale of property under difficult circumstances. Can thoroughly recommend SE-Solicitors based on their professional and responsive attitude.”
Google Review 2023
“I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt gratitude for the outstanding support and expertise that Milda provided throughout the process of selling my flat. Her dedication and professionalism made a significant difference in ensuring a smooth and successful experience for me. Her guidance from the initial consultation to the final closing was invaluable. Milda’s attention to detail, and ability to explain and navigate the complexities of the legal aspects of selling the property have been exemplary. Once again, thank you for your exceptional service and professionalism.”
Trustpilot Review 2023

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Milda Vaznelyte, Residential Property at SE Solicitors