Helping clients extend their lease creates an enjoyable challenge as it concerns the ever-changing laws around flats.
In this complex area of law, I find it best to give pragmatic, straightforward advice on a range of specialisms from lease extensions to purchasing properties from their landlords before they go on sale. I’m supportive of my clients and manage their expectations through every stage of the process.
Outside work, my passions include music and football.
Listen to what your solicitor or legal advisor says, even if it’s advice you don’t want to hear. A solicitor has to advise you on all the options, not just the ones favourable to you.
Read what your solicitor sends you – ask questions if you don’t understand or require further clarification.
Tell your solicitor of any changes that could materially affect your case. It could cause delays or even adversely affect how your matter proceeds.
How long will the process take?
Refer to your letter of engagement – this will outline estimated timelines.
How much will it cost?
Again, your letter of engagement will outline estimated costs. We will be upfront about costs from the very beginning.
What will I achieve?
An extension to your lease.