About Me

London W1, West End Marylebone Westminster, United Kingdom
Andrew Veitch solicitor ( LL.B., M.A., PgDip )is a partner in Guy Clapham and Co solicitors. He deals with the following areas of law: commercial and residential property, conveyancing, litigation (including neighbour disputes), divorce, family, debt collection, landlord and tenant, wills, trust, probate, personal injury and employment. Andrew's clients range from large companies and property developers to local businesses and individuals throughout London and the whole of England and Wales. The office is in the West End of London just off Marylebone High Street and north of Oxford Street and is located within walking distance of the following tube stations: Marylebone , Marble Arch , Baker Street , Bond Street , Oxford Circus , Great Portland Street , Regents Park , Euston and Kings Cross. Please contact me at: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors 51 - 55 Weymouth Street Marylebone London W1G 8NH DX: 83300 WEST END 2 Tel: 020 7935 1095 Fax: 020 7935 9127 E-Mail: andrew@guyclapham.com Website: www.guyclapham.com

Friday, 26 June 2015

INDEPENDENT REVIEWS AND RATINGS OF LONDON SOLICITOR - ANDREW VEITCH

 INDEPENDENT REVIEWS, RATING AND RECOMMENDATION OF LONDON SOLICITOR ANDREW VEITCH
Andrew Veitch has received 34 reviews on the independent  Solicitor.Info website and has an average 5 Star rating for example:

21/06/15 - Rating by James Walsh
Area of law reviewed: Conveyancing/property
5 star rating 
Andrew Veitch delivered a very thorough, professional and good value service to help me through a recent house move. Both sale and purchase were quite complex due to the particular requirements of my local area's leasehold arrangements. Andrew's thorough approach got to the bottom of all the issues and his persistence in dealing with the surprisingly large number of stakeholders involved at both ends ensured that the move went through.

Throughout the process, Andrew was easy to contact, always returning calls promptly and ensuring I knew the latest state of play. Most impressively, he stuck to his initial estimate of his charges, even though he eventually undertook far more work than either of us had expected to be necessary.

Highly recommended.


Andrew Veitch has received 9 reviews on the Freeindex.com recommendation web-site which reviews and ranks solicitors based on "Value for Money", "Professionalism" and "Quality":


5 stars
8
4 stars
1
3 stars
0
2 stars
0
1 stars
0


8 reviews rated Andrew Veitch as a 5 star (exceptional) solicitor

1 review rated Andrew Veitch as a four star (good) solicitor.


Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss your requirements in more detail or e-mail Andrew Veitch details or your legal requirements or quesry for a no obligation estimate of fees.


E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com

Tel: 0207 935 1095

Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH

This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

RIGHT TO BUY SOLICITOR LONDON - ANDREW VEITCH SOLICITOR LONDON W1

RIGHT TO BUY

 ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO BUY YOUR PROPERTY AT A SUBSTANTIAL DISCOUNT ON MARKET VALUE?

Since 1980 the Right to Buy scheme has allowed Council and Housing Association tenants in England buy their home at a discount. Data from the  Department for Communities and Local Government and Local Government indicates London boroughs and London councils account for 34% of Right to Buy sales in 2014-2015. London tenants took advantage of a discount of up to £102,700 of the market value of the property they bought under the Right to Buy scheme from the Council.  From 6 April 2015 the maximum discount under the Right to Buy in England has been increased and you could get a discount of up to £103,900 if you live in London or £77,900 for the rest of England.   This maximum discount increases every year in April in line with inflation.

Please click on the following link (Right to Buy Eligibility) if you have been a council tenant for at least the last three years or you were a council tenant when the property was sold to your current landlord to see if you are eligible to purchase your property under the Right to Buy legislation.

The discount deducted from market value of your property is governed by a Statutory Instrument - The Housing (Right to Buy) (Maximum Percentage Discount) (England) Order. Please click the following link ( Right to Buy calculator )to obtain an estimate of the potential discount in the purchase price of your property should you exercise your Right to Buy

If you are buying  your home under the Right to Buy scheme please feel free to have a chat with Andrew Veitch for an initial no obligation telephone estimate of conveyancing costs or simply to ask for some initial general advice. Andrew Veitch is more than willing to outline the conveyancing process and indicate what questions that should be raised during the conveyancing process.

Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss your requirements in more detail or e-mail Andrew Veitch details or your proposed purchase and/or sale for a no obligation estimate of fees.

Tel: 020 7935 1095

E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com

Blog: www.andrewveitchsolicitor.blogspot.com

Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH

This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Conveyancing Panel Solicitor London W1 - Andrew Veitch

Andrew Veitch can undertake conveyancing work for most major mortgage lenders and his firm is on the following mortgage lenders solicitor conveyancing panels (not an exhaustive list):


Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss your requirements in more detail or e-mail Andrew Veitch details of your proposed purchase and/or sale or mortgage for a no obligation estimate of fees. Andrew can also provide Independent Legal Advice with regard to the terms of a mortgage, deed of postponement, deed of consent or personal guarantee secured by a Legal Mortgage registered at the Land Registry

Tel: 020 7935 1095

E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com

Blog: www.andrewveitchsolicitor.blogspot.com

Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH

This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

CONVEYANCING SOLICITOR LONDON W1 - RECOMMENDED LONDON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY LAWYER - FREE ESTIMATE OF FEES


FOR MOST PEOPLE BUYING A PROPERTY IS THE BIGGEST FINANCIAL INVESTMENT THEY WILL MAKE IN THEIR LIFE. CHOOSE A PROFESSIONAL SKILLED SERVICE PROVIDED BY AN EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR LIKE ANDREW VEITCH RATHER THAN AN UNQUALIFIED CLERK FROM A  BUDGET BULK CONVEYANCING FIRM

If you are buying or selling your home, house or flat, purchasing a buy to let property, purchasing development land or obtaining a mortgage or remortgaging please feel free to have a chat with Andrew Veitch for an initial no obligation telephone estimate of conveyancing costs or simply to ask for some initial general advice. Andrew Veitch is more than willing to outline the conveyancing process and indicate what questions you may wish to ask an estate agent or seller prior to making an offer on a property. This may be of use to first time buyers or a buyer purchasing a short lease.  

Andrew Veitch is an experienced and highly recommended solicitor in London W1. Unlike many other firms, Andrew Veitch will deal with your matter in its entirety and will promptly answer all e-mails and telephone calls and is more than happy to discuss any questions you may have as well as providing you with copies of all the relevant documents and a report on title prior to you exchanging contracts. You will receive a friendly and  personal service from Andrew Veitch who is willing to go the extra mile to ensure your matter proceeds efficiently by providing you with constructive advice and swiftly dealing with any problems that may arise. You will not simply be a reference number or dealt with by a non-solicitor or unqualified clerk working in a business park located halfway across the country which charges premium telephone rates if you call them and if you are actually able to speak with them due to the high volume of work they are expected to undertake - like some bulk internet or budget conveyancing firms.

Andrew Veitch is also a Landlord & Tenant solicitor and thus can also deal with letting/tenancy agreements and assured shorthold leases if you are purchasing a buy to let property or you require a lease extension pursuant to the Leasehold Reform Housing and Urban Development Act 1993. Andrew Veitch is also able to resolve any landlord & tenant issues that may arise without the need to incur the additional fees of instructing a separate landlord & tenant solicitor, for example gaining possession of your property and evicting tenants refusing to leave the property or amending a defective lease etc

Please feel free to have a look at Solicitor.info  where clients have left reviews of my services over the years:-

Andrew Veitch can also undertake work for and his firm is on the following mortgage lenders solicitor conveyancing panels (not an exhaustive list):


Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss your requirements in more detail or e-mail Andrew Veitch details or your proposed purchase and/or sale for a no obligation estimate of fees.

Tel: 020 7935 1095

E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com

Blog: www.andrewveitchsolicitor.blogspot.com

Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH

This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Landlord and Tenant Solicitor London W1

LANDLORD AND TENANT SOLICITOR LONDON W1

CLAIM AGAINST THE COUNCIL, YOUR LANDLORD OR YOUR FREEHOLDER FOR DEFECTS TO YOUR PROPERTY

Please contact Andrew Veitch for an initial no obligation telephone assessment of your dispute with your landlord, the Council or your local authority. Andrew Veitch is an experienced and highly recommended solicitor in London W1 and will aim to obtain the best possible legal outcome of your dispute or claim against your landlord, the Council or your local authority.

The case of Begum -v- Birmingham City Council [2015] EWCA Civ 386 relates to a successful claim by an ex-local authority tenant who purchased a property from the Council under the “right to Buy” legislation for the defects the property suffered from.

Ms Begum purchased her house from the Council in 2003 pursuant to the “Right to Buy” provisions of the Housing Act 1985. Subsequently cracking appeared in the rear extension of her property. The building insurers refused to cover a claim against the buildings insurance policy on the basis that the damage caused by the cracking was a pre-existing defect.

However, Ms. Begum was successful in her claim for breach of statutory duty under Section 125(4a) of the Housing Act 1985. Where a tenant has claimed a “Right to Buy” the local authority needs to serve a notice on the tenant containing certain prescribed information. Section 125(4a) states, “The notice shall contain a description of any structural defect known to the landlord affecting the dwelling-house all the building in which it is situated or any other building over which the tenant will have rights under the conveyance or lease”.

The Court ruled that the local authority was aware of a defect relating to lack of wall ties between the rear wall and the neighbouring property and thus was under a duty to disclose the defect in the notice to Ms Begum prior to her purchasing the property. Therefore the council was also in breach of its statutory duty for the cracking of the walls in the rear extension. The Judge ruled that if the Council had informed Ms Begum of the defect to the lack of wall ties prior to her purchasing the property Ms Begum would have insisted on this defect being rectified prior to her purchasing the property. Accordingly the court awarded Ms Begum £71,000 for the costs of the remedial works to the property and general damages for inconvenience in the sum of £11,500.

Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss any potential dispute with your landlord, the Council or the local authority in more detail or email Andrew Veitch summary of your dispute so that he can assess your needs and requirements before speaking to you.

Tel: 0207 935 1095


Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH

This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

NEIGHBOUR DISPUTE SOLICITOR LONDON AND NATIONWIDE - ANDREW VEITCH SOLICITOR LONDON W1

NEIGHBOUR DISPUTE SOLICITOR LONDON AND NATIONWIDE

Boundary Disputes (Fences, Walls and Ownership), Access and Rights of Way, Blocked Rights of Way, Access for Repairs, Nuisance and Noise, Abusive Neighbours, Hedges and Rights of Light,  Tree - Overhanging Branches and Roots, Party Wall Awards and Building Work


Please contact Andrew Veitch for an initial  no obligation telephone assessment of your dispute with your neighbour. Andrew is an experienced and highly recommended solicitor and will aim to obtain the best possible legal outcome for your dispute with your neighbour. 

Often a letter from a solicitor such as Andrew Veitch to your neighbour asserting your rights may make your neighbour realise that you are serious and willing to progress your complaint with them and result in your neighbour's cooperation and a successful resolution of your complaint.  
If a letter from a solicitor is not sufficient  Andrew Veitch can provide a no obligation estimate of the costs likely to be incurred to issue court proceedings to recover damages (to cover your financial loss) and/or in  obtaining court injunctions to prevent your neighbour continuing with their undesirable actions.

Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss your neighbour dispute in more detail or e-mail Andrew Veitch a summary of your dispute so that he can assess your needs and requirements 


Tel: 020 7935 1095

E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com

Blog: www.andrewveitchsolicitor.blogspot.com

Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH


This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Andrew Veitch Solicitor and lawyer in London

Andrew Veitch ( LL.B., M.A., PgDip ) is a partner  in the law firm Guy Clapham & Co solicitors (51-55 Weymouth Street, London W1G 8NH,  E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com Tel: 0207 935 1095 http://www.guyclapham.com/ )

Andrew Veitch deals with the following areas of law: commercial and residential property, conveyancing, litigation, divorce, family, debt collection,insolvency, bankruptcy, landlord and tenant, wills, trust, probate, personal injury and employment. Andrew has clients ranging from large companies and property developers, Hollywood actors, world champion sportsmen, local businesses to everyday individuals throughout London and the whole of England and Wales.

Andrew Veitch (LL.B., M.A., PgDip) has a law degree, a masters degree, a post graduate diploma in legal practice and is admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court. With a team that includes excellent hard working staff, Andrew Veitch has a professional team, qualified to deal with all aspects of your legal requirements efficiently and cost effectively. Andrew Veitch is able to offer professional legal services to deal with your requirements in a fast and efficient manner in order to obtain the best result achievable.

Andrew is willing to consider providing a free initial consultation and will provide a written estimate of his fees. Andrew Veitch is also willing to act on a no win no fee basis (conditional fee agreement) if circumstances permit.

With offices conveniently located in the West End of London (Marylebone - Westminster) near to Central London County Court, the High Court and the Royal Courts of Justice and numerous stations and bus routes. The office is in the West End of London near Oxford Street and is located within walking distance of the following stations: Marylebone , Marble Arch , Baker Street , Bond Street , Oxford Circus , Great Portland Street , Regents Park , Euston and Kings Cross.




This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use:
Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Thursday, 26 February 2015

LANDLORD & TENANT SOLICITOR LONDON W1 - ANDREW VEITCH

ENERGY PERFORMACE CERTIFICATES (EPC)

BUY TO LET LANDLORDS SHOULD CONSIDER THE IMPLICATIONS

The Energy Act 2011 contains prospective legislation relating to energy efficiency in buildings which may  have an impact on the ability of a landlord  to let property.

The Energy Act stipulates that by at least April 2018 (if not sooner) it will be unlawful to rent out residential or commercial premises which do not reach a minimum energy efficiency standard. Although the precise regulations have not yet been confirmed at the date this blog was posted the Government has suggested that the lowest acceptable energy rating is likely to be E. Therefore landlords of F and G rated properties will probably be unable to let them out after April 2018 or until they undertake remedial work to improve the energy efficiency of their property (if possible). Once the regulations  have been finalised it will become apparent if any E rated buildings may also be prevented from being let.

Accordingly landlords should carefully consider the EPC of any property they are purchasing/buying  to ascertain the energy efficiency rating is sufficient and if not to also  confirm if there is any scope for improvement in the energy efficiency of the property if remedial works can be undertaken. Furthermore landlords may wish to consider obtaining an EPC for any property they let that has not been surveyed for an Energy Performance Certificate and undertake any remedial works to improve the EPC rating if necessary.

If the EPC reveals that the property is F or G rated without remedial works being undertaken or there is little or no scope for necessary remedial works landlords should evaluate the affect this may have on the investment value of a property they hold or wish to buy and possibly consider renegotiating any purchase price to reflect the costs of any remedial works required to be able to let the property. 

Andrew Veitch is an experienced and highly rated conveyancer and property lawyer as well as a landlord and tenant solicitor based in Marylebone London W1 and if you wish to contact him andrew@guyclapham.com Tel:020 7935 1095 he can provide you with advice on the conveyancing process and the implications it has on  buy to let properties and landlord and tenant issues



This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Monday, 13 October 2014

WILL & PROBATE SOLICITOR LONDON W1 - ANDREW VEITCH


 WILL DRAFTING - CHANGES TO INTESTACY RULES

If you die without leaving a valid will your estate (everything you own) has to be shared out in accordance with  the Intestacy Rules.

Due to  The Inheritance and Trustees Powers Act 2014 (ITPA 2014) as from 1st October 2014  the way in which the assets of people who die without wills are shared between their relatives has changed.

From 1st October 2014 spouses and civil partners have new inheritance rights under the intestacy rules, as well as  adopted children, unmarried fathers and other family members and dependents. There are also changes to the powers trustees have to deal with the capital and income of trusts

Due to the new intestacy rules a spouse (husband or wife) or civil partner may inherit the whole of the deceased’s estate. Although, if the deceased also leaves children the estate has to be shared between the surviving spouse/civil partner and the children. 

Further changes are that under the old rules survivors were entitled to receive an amount called the statutory legacy. This was a   fixed sum of  £250,000 where there were surviving children or £450,000 if there were no children. Under the new rules the statutory legacy will be reviewed (at least every five years) and rise in line with the Consumer Prices Index.

There are also new inheritance rights for unmarried fathers as under the old rules where a child died whose parents were not married  the child’s estate was to be distributed as if the child’s father and had died before the child. Under the new rules this will not apply if the child’s father’s name appears on the child's birth certificate.

There are also new rules to make  it easier for dependants to claim financial support from a deceased partner or parent if they would not receive anything under the intestacy rules.

The new intestacy rules also allow trustees to use all of the capital and income of a trust for the benefit of beneficiaries, compared to only half the capital and income under the old rules.


Nevertheless, it is still sensible to have a will drafted so that you can ensure your estate is distributed in accordance with your wishes when you die and in order to provide the trustees of your estate with additional authority to deal with your estate as you wish. This is especially the case if you do not wish for your estate to be dealt with in accordance with the strict intestacy rules or wish to leave a particular item, such as an amount of money, watch, wedding ring, house or shares etc, to a particular person.

If you contact Andrew Veitch (andrew@guyclapham.com)  he may be willing to review your financial circumstances and the way you propose to distribute your estate free of charge in order to provide an estimate of fees for drafting your will.




This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED RATED AND REVIEWED LAWYER / SOLICITOR IN LONDON W1 - ANDREW VEITCH SOLICITOR


INDEPENDENT REVIEWS, RATING AND RECOMMENDATION OF LONDON SOLICITOR ANDREW VEITCH

Andrew Veitch has received 34 reviews on the independent  Solicitor.Info website and has an average 5 Star rating for example:

21/06/15 - Rating by James Walsh
Area of law reviewed: Conveyancing/property
5 star rating 
Andrew Veitch delivered a very thorough, professional and good value service to help me through a recent house move. Both sale and purchase were quite complex due to the particular requirements of my local area's leasehold arrangements. Andrew's thorough approach got to the bottom of all the issues and his persistence in dealing with the surprisingly large number of stakeholders involved at both ends ensured that the move went through.

Throughout the process, Andrew was easy to contact, always returning calls promptly and ensuring I knew the latest state of play. Most impressively, he stuck to his initial estimate of his charges, even though he eventually undertook far more work than either of us had expected to be necessary.

Highly recommended.

Andrew Veitch has received 9 reviews on the Freeindex.com recommendation web-site which reviews and ranks solicitors based on "Value for Money", "Professionalism" and "Quality":

5 stars
8
4 stars
1
3 stars
0
2 stars
0
1 stars
0

8 reviews rated Andrew Veitch as a 5 star (exceptional) solicitor

1 review rated Andrew Veitch as a four star (good) solicitor.


Please feel free to telephone Andrew Veitch to discuss your requirements in more detail or e-mail Andrew Veitch details or your legal requirements or quesry for a no obligation estimate of fees.


E-mail: andrew@guyclapham.com

Tel: 0207 935 1095

Office: Guy Clapham & Co solicitors, 51-55 Weymouth Street, Marylebone, Westminster,  London W1G 8NH

This blog provides basic general legal information to help people understand their legal rights, but is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a solicitor. By the very nature of a blog the information published in blog posts on this site may be out of date. Therefore this blog is subject to our following disclaimer and conditions of use: Where no personal consultation has taken place with Andrew Veitch or the partners or employees of Guy Clapham & Co under no circumstances will Andrew Veitch or the partners of Guy Clapham & Co be responsible for (1) any information contained in, omitted or received from this site, (2) any persons reliance on any such information, whether or not the information is correct, current or complete, (3) the consequences of any action you or any other person takes or fails to take, whether or not based on information provided (4)