Sheila Cramp qualified in 1979 and took over a firm of solicitors called Hingley Roll & Willoughby in 1985. She changed the name to Cramp & Co shortly after that. Cramp & Co merged with Mullaney & Co on 1 October 2013. Sheila specialises in residential conveyancing, buying and selling businesses, commercial leases, wills, powers of attorney and probate. Sheila also manages the affairs of elderly clients.
Tim J StirmeySolicitor
Tim Stirmey joined Cramp & Co in 1997 as a trainee solicitor and became a partner in 2000. Tim is the head of the Criminal litigation department and is a qualified Duty Solicitor.
Tim’s other area of specialism is in public law family work, where he is an Adult Representative under the Law Society’s Children Law Accreditation Scheme. This involves Tim in representing parents when the Social Services Department become involved with a family, from initial child protection conferences, up to and including, full care proceedings.
Daniel R AndrewsSolicitor Advocate
Daniel Andrews joined Cramp & Co in June 2010 as a trainee solicitor and completed his legal studies in July 2012, gaining a distinction on the Legal Practise Course (LPC). Daniel became a partner in 2015.
Daniel has obtained the Law Society’s Higher Courts Qualification for Civil Proceedings. He is one of only a few solicitors in East Sussex qualified to appear as an advocate in civil proceedings in all Courts in England and Wales on the same basis as a barrister.
Daniel specialises in the Civil Litigation & Family law. He has expertise in landlord & tenant disputes, employment issues, injunctions, divorce, and financial matters.
Genei M HainesSolicitor Advocate
Genei Haines joined Cramp & Co in October 2012 and qualified as a solicitor in March 2015. Genei attended Reading University and completed her legal studies at the College of Law Guildford, where she also spent time working for the National Centre for Domestic Violence.
Genei works alongside Tim Stirmey in our Criminal litigation department. Genei is an accredited police station representative and regularly represents clients in the Magistrates Court. In addition to this, Genei has also obtained her Higher Rights Accreditation and is able to represent clients at the Crown Court.
Jack Haffenden joined Cramp & Mullaney in July 2014 as a paralegal.
Jack attended Portsmouth University, where he was a case manager for the Innocence Project, before completing his studies at the University of Law, Guildford, gaining a distinction on the Legal Practice Course (LPC).
Jack qualified as a solicitor in February 2018 and works in our Property department.
Kimberley KnightLicensed Conveyancer
Kimberley joined Cramp and Mullaney in October 2017. She previously worked for a local conveyancing firm where she gained 4 years worth of experience in conveyancing.
She studied law at the University of Sussex and graduated in 2011.
Kimberley qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer in January 2017 and currently works in our property department.