In line with new guidelines from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), requiring firms working in certain areas of the law to display pricing and service information in a clear and transparent manner, we have published the fees you can expect to pay when instructing a Solicitor in our Residential Property team. This includes whether or not costs are VAT applicable.
On this page, you can find information on the conveyancer’s and other fees you can expect to pay when we are dealing with your case; any additional costs or disbursements you may have to pay that are not included in these fees; how long we estimate it will take to deal with your case; as well as everything we will do for you as part of your fee.
- Equity release of a residential property
- Purchase of a shared ownership residential property
- Remortgage/mortgage of a residential property
- Sale of a leasehold residential property
- Sale of a Freehold Residential Property
- Purchase of Freehold Residential Property
- Purchase of a leasehold residential property
Our expert Residential Property team has wide-ranging experience of assisting clients in all manner of property-related cases, including sales, purchases, buy-to-let properties, shared ownership, lease extensions, equity release, re-mortgages and many other types of residential property transactions. Whether you’re purchasing a small bungalow or selling your country mansion, we give your case all the attention it deserves. When you come to us, you’ll be assigned a Solicitor or Professional Conveyancer who is a specialist in their field.
Every member of our team is highly qualified and has spent years gathering experience in this diverse and often complex area of the law. The department is headed by our experienced Partner, Peter Westbrook, who has been committed to providing first-class legal services for over 20 years.
Below, you will find a list of the fee earners in our team, alongside information on their qualifications and particular areas of expertise. For further details, please visit our Residential Property team page.
Peter Westbrook has been a Partner at Attwaters Jameson Hill since 2009 and is Head of our Residential Property team. He has vast experience in dealing with all matters relating to transactional property cases, such as sales, purchases, remortgages, shared equity, transfers and legal titles, as well as matrimonial conveyancing. After gaining his Law degree and taking his Law Society Finals, he began working as a Solicitor at Overbury Steward & Eaton Solicitors in Norwich before joining Attwaters Jameson Hill in 2009.
Sheri-Anne Mizon is a Partner at our Loughton office and heads the Residential Property team there. She has particular expertise in shared ownership sales and purchases, and is the only Solicitor at Attwaters Jameson Hill to deal with this complex legal area. However, she also deals with a wide variety of other residential property transactions, including sales and purchases, buy-to-let portfolio investments, and many more. She passed her degree and LPC at the University of Glamorgan and qualified as a Solicitor in 2003, before going on to gain many years’ legal experience in roles that took her to Bristol and Cardiff. She moved back to Essex and joined Attwaters Jameson Hill in 2008, moving up the ranks to become an Associate in 2010 and a Partner in 2013.
Andrew Moore is a Solicitor specialising in Residential Property at Attwaters Jameson Hill, with wide experience in all matters in this area and particular expertise in high-value and matrimonial property-related cases. He graduated from the University of Sheffield before working for various firms across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. He joined Attwaters Jameson Hill in 2018.
Helen Wenham is a Solicitor in our London Office having been with Stafford Young Jones her entire legal career prior to the merger in November 2019. She specialise in residential conveyancing and property law related matters acting for private individuals, corporate bodies, charities and trustees of landed estates and in enfranchisement claims (lease extensions and acquisitions of freehold reversions) acting for both landlords and tenants.