We act for both Landlords and Tenants in drafting and negotiating commercial leases of shops, offices, factories, warehouses, flats and houses. For tenants especially, negotiation of repairing covenants, options to break, and rent review clauses are a particular speciality.

We also assist a large number of our farming clients with the letting of commercial units in converted farm buildings.

Who can help you with this...

Robert Marchant




Whether you are buying, selling or remortgaging a property, our experienced residential conveyancing team are on hand to guide you through the process, and offer a proactive and professional service dealing with all your property matters.

The only contact many people have with a solicitor is when they are buying, selling or re-mortgaging their home. For many people, it is probably one of the biggest commitments they will make in their lifetime and we offer a comprehensive service to ensure each transaction proceeds as swiftly as possible with the minimum amount of stress.

Our range of services includes:-

Sales and purchases of unregistered and registered freehold and leasehold residential properties including shared ownership leases

Declarations of trust to protect equitable interests

Mortgaging and re-financing of residential property, and preparation of legal charges

General advice associated with residential property e.g. land registry and title problems

Tenancy agreements and other aspects of residential landlord and tenant law (please see also our section on Landlord & Tenant).

The quality of our residential conveyancing service is illustrated by the amount of repeat business we receive over the years from satisfied clients and from those to whom we have been recommended. We are well known for our expertise and experience in residential property matters.

Our clients include private individuals, trustees, companies, builders, landowners and farmers who all have a common need for specialist yet cost effective advice.

We will provide an estimate of our legal fees together with a breakdown of the additional fees required in each case. This will enable you to budget properly for your transaction.

Who can help you with this...

Robert Marchant         Anne McCallum          




A Trust may be created during a person's lifetime, on death by a Will or under the Intestacy Rules where a person does not leave a Will. The creation of a Trust is the alternative to giving property to someone outright.

A Trust comes into being when assets are transferred by an individual to Trustees who hold these assets for the benefit of one or more persons who will receive income and/or capital from the Trust.

The requirements for trusts to achieve tax benefits are complex and it is vital to seek professional advice before creating any form of Trust. The administration of any Trust may also have complexities. Our experienced team are able to:

Advise on Trusts in connection with your personal circumstances.

Draft Trust Deeds and associated documents

Administer the Trust

Act as Trustees, where appropriate

Who can help you with this...

Robert Marchant         Anne McCallum