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Renee Patterson-JesserRENEE PATTERSON-JESSER C.P.C., M.R.E.I., A.A.I.C.
Director/Certified Practising Conveyancer
Renee left Port Lincoln to head to Adelaide to commence her Conveyancing career 22 years ago with the full intention of returning back to her home town to work as a Registered Conveyancer with her Mum.
Renee has developed a range of knowledge and skills of all Conveyancing matters and can provide special assistance in residential conveyancing, business conveyancing, commercial transactions, property division and community titles applications, leasing enquires, freeholding enquiries, matrimonial matters, Torrens and Community Title Division and private contract drafting for private sales.  Renee will provide free advice to you at all times including after hours on all conveyancing enquiries.
She worked for reputable Conveyancing firms and also gained the added valuable knowledge of mortgage preparations and private mortgages.  As she actually attended the settlements at the Land Titles Office on a daily basis, Renee has maintained relationships with all the key contacts in the major financial institutions which has proved invaluable when co-ordinating client settlements.
Renee is a member of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers and retains the accreditation of Certified Practising Conveyancer (CPC).  This accreditation is renewed annually and can only be renewed with continued professional development throughout the preceding year.
The ongoing education together with over twenty years in the industry ensures that your property transactions will be handled in the most efficient professional manner.
In 2007, Renee returned back to home base in Port Lincoln to work side by side with her Mum Karen and is now the sole director of Karen Patterson Registered Conveyancers.


Founder – Deceased 16/01/2017
Karen was originally from Kimba on the West Coast and when she married a Stock Agent, found herself located at a number of different country towns within the state until they stopped for ten years in Adelaide.  In 1980, she made the decision to study to become a Registered Conveyancer whilst working with South Australian leading conveyancing firms and found herself accredited.
In 1990, they relocated to Port Lincoln which was her husband Greg’s home town and she made the decision to open up a conveyancing practice of her own. The practise is still thriving and is still in the original location that Karen opened up in.
In 2012, Karen realised that since her daughter Renee had settled back to being home and had primarily taken over the reins of the business that she could finally retire. Since her passing in January 2017, her legacy continues with her daughter Renee continuing on with the business.


Administration Manager
Natalie joined Karen Patterson Registered Conveyancers in September 2001.
She was originally employed as a Conveyancing Clerk and accumulated a wide range of knowledge and experience of all conveyancing procedures.
Natalie now works off site to keep Renee up to date on the constant legislation changes and maintains the Trust Account and our computer systems including the website.  She wears many hats including that of marketing and advertising, human resources and IT.  She prides herself on her friendly professional etiquette.



File Administrator
Ann is originally from Kimba on the West Coast and has worked within the conveyancing industry with Renee in Adelaide, Clare and Gawler for the last 15 years.  She is now settled back in Port Lincoln and brings with her a wealth of knowledge in conveyancing procedures.


Conveyancing Clerk
Courtney joined Karen Patterson Conveyancing in March 2017.  Courtney has a number of years experience working locally within the legal industry as a Legal Secretary.  She has great customer experience.  Please contact her for any of your enquiries.


Conveyancing Clerk
Kate joined Karen Patterson Conveyancing in February 2018.  Kate is local and has extensive experience with her 20 plus years working for a local surveyor.  Kate is studying to become a qualified Conveyancer.

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