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From residential conveyancing to resolving a landlord dispute, our property team can help solve any legal issue you may have. View our full range of Property services below.

Acting for Freeholders

From helping to draft legal agreements and advice on rent collection, to representing your interests in Right to Manage cases, our property team can handle all legal aspects of your home or property.

Boundary Disputes

In what is a very complex area of the law, our experienced property solicitors can help get to the heart of your boundary disputes and work closely with you to get the resolution you want.


Making the move to your dream home can be both an exciting and stressful time, with a minefield of legal issues to navigate from title deeds to stamp duty. Our residential conveyancing experts take care of all legal aspects on your behalf and ensure that you enjoy a seamless move.

Landlord & Tenant Disputes

Problems affecting landlords and tenants can arise often and at any time, and can be stressful for all parties involved. With the support and advice of our specialist property team, we can act quickly to make sure you find an efficient, effective resolution.

Leasehold Enfranchisement

Backed by a strong working experience in this niche legal area, we can give you and other leaseholders practical advice on the potential of purchasing your building, and guide you through the process of completing your acquisition.

Mortgage Conveyancing Panels

As a Conveyancing Quality Scheme firm accredited by the Law Society, you can be sure that your high street lender is happy to work with our property solicitors when you purchase your new home. Find out how we make sure you enjoy a seamless move.

Party Wall Disputes

Whether you are starting a dispute about a common wall shared between you and your neighbour, or are defending yourself against one, we can provide expert advice and representation to definitively resolve your issues.

Probate Sales & Transfers

At a difficult time for you and your family, our conveyancing experts can provide sensitive advice and support on the sale or transfer of probate properties, taking care of the entire process on your behalf for total peace of mind.

Property Disputes

We understand the value of your property, not just in monetary terms, but also sometimes its sentimental value to your family. Whether you want to start or defend a property dispute, our team can provide expert, measured and practical advice to help resolve issues quickly and effectively.

Property Lease Extensions

If you have owned your flat for at least two years and meet other qualifying criteria, you are legally entitled to extend the lease of your residential flat by 90 years at a fair market price. We can advise you on your options and act on your behalf to ensure the process is completed efficiently.

Property Management

Whether you own and manage one block of flats or twenty, at some point you'll require legal advice. Providing comprehensive advice and representation, we can handle all legal matters for your property management company.


When remortgaging your home, your new provider will need the same conveyancing checks carried out as when you first bought it. As a member of the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme, you can trust us to complete this process with absolute professionalism.

Right to Manage Claims

It is your right as a leaseholder of a residential property to manage its upkeep and functions yourself under the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002. Our specialist property solicitors can help you claim your right to manage.

Transfer of Equity

If you want to make a change to the ownership of your home or residential property, our solicitors can provide expert, comprehensive support and advice to guide you through the entire process.


Whether you are buying or selling your home, facing a dispute with your landlord or are looking to remortgage, you can depend on our property law specialists to handle any matter with absolute professionalism.

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Awards & Recognitions

The expertise of our solicitors is regularly recognised by some of the profession’s most distinguished organisations. As well as being a member of a number of Law Society schemes, we have won awards at the Law Society Excellence Awards, the Halsbury Legal Awards and the Modern Law Awards.

We have also received recognition in the form of the Lexcel mark of quality, a Legal 500 listing and a place on the shortlist of The Lawyer’s Boutique Firm of the Year.

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