Finalist in the Rising Star in Law Category

Sidraa Razaq has reached the final of the English Asian Business Awards 2019

We are thrilled that Sidraa Razaq has reached the final stages of the English Asian Business Awards 2019. Sidraa is a finalist in the Rising Star in Law Category.

As a respected Islamic Divorce and property solicitor, Sidraa works hard for all her clients and shows commitment and enthusiasm in everything she does. From throwing her energies into staff events, to supporting different charities, Sidraa is a positive and vibrant person and totally deserves her place in the final. 

We are thrilled that Sidraa Razaq has reached the final stages of the English Asian Business Awards 2019. Sidraa is a finalist in the Rising Star in Law Category.  As a respected Islamic Divorce and property solicitor, Sidraa works hard for all her clients and shows commitment and enthusiasm in everything she does. From throwing her energies into staff events, to supporting different charities, Sidraa is a positive and vibrant person and totally deserves her place in the final.

"Highly recommended Solicitors; Sidraa kept me informed throughout the property purchase process. She was highly informative and efficient which made the process as straightforward and polished as possible."

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