Testimonials

A no nonsense approach but professional at the same time

I must say how fantastic and strong you were yesterday a very professional and solid approach you delivered - who knows if you weren’t there what could have happened.  I thank you so much I really mean that .

You had fire in your blood Laura, a no nonsense approach but professional at the same time, I was proud to have you supporting me.

I’m trying to start life again today with a positive attitude as yours is.  It must be rewarding knowing you helped someone, who had no hope, no vision of the future, to turn it around for them as you have for me .

Thank you so much I mean that.


Mr S
Essex
Employee:

Laura Mcleod

Crime & Motoring

Fastest solicitors I have ever used

Thanks again for your help you have been the fastest solicitors I have ever used. I will use you again in the future for anything I need! 


MB
Southend
Employee:

Jodie Beaton

Property

We feel no amount of praise high enough

It is very rare that we feel strongly enough to put pen to paper, but we feel obliged to so today. Our business relation with Sophie Cannon in two separate occasion has been very professional, we found her approachable person it has ever been our pleasure to deal with. People are often quick to criticise and slow to praise but we feel no amount of praise high enough for Sophie Cannon.


Ossie Ikibiroglu
Remortgage in Bangor
Employee:

Sophie Cannon

Property

You have been the best legal team I have ever had on a house transaction

Thanks so much for your hard work and attention to detail on both the sale and purchase on my behalf. Without any doubt, you have been the best legal team I have ever had on a house transaction-keep it up! I will not hesitate to pass on your details to anyone who needs such services- lucky you!- and I won't even charge commission...


Mr Millgate
Cambridge
Employee:

John Branch

Property

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