Three partner practice at WH Lawrence, with a background in some of the top real estate dispute teams in the country. With around 60 years of property litigation experience between us, you can be sure you’re in safe hands.
Stream-lined, cost effective, legal services. No commoditisation of services (such as the use of standard templates and junior staff): this is a cheap but inappropriate solution for most clients. Contentious property matters commonly involve extensive case law and statutes. Experienced advisors with practical, commercial solutions are imperative.
Partner level service at around half the rates of city firms, proportionate to the dispute. Achieved by:
No inexperienced staff who learn on the job, no partner supervision time of junior fee earners –both are features of the traditional law firm structure, the cost of which is passed to clients. Immediate, pragmatic advice direct from the partners, who are involved cradle to grave.
True specialists: it is not our goal to provide a wider range of services outside our property-based expertise but we regularly work alongside clients’ transactional, commercial or other lawyers and professionals and always respect existing relationships.
We build teams for your case with an established and extensive network of property related professionals:
and other expert witnesses.
“Property litigation boutique WH Lawrence Solicitors is ‘extremely responsive and knowledgeable with a real feel for the client’s needs and a clear and concise approach’. Practice head William Lawrence is ‘an exceptionally knowledgeable property specialist with an excellent manner with clients, who get great comfort from his calmness, his realistic approach and his extreme diligence’; Richard Anyamene and Illyr Pride are also noteworthy names. The team covers the full gamut of property litigation including commercial landlord and tenant issues, spanning rent reviews, break notices and lease renewals; residential matters including enfranchisement issues, rent deposits and residential possessions; and land law claims including boundary disputes, party walls and rights to light. Clients include investors, developers, landlords, local authorities and house builders.”