Zoe Nichols

Solicitor

Divorce

Family

01732 457 575 Email Zoe

Zöe is a senior Family Law solicitor based in the Sevenoaks office.

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Duaa Izzidien

Solicitor

Commercial Property

Residential Conveyancing

01732 446371 Email Duaa

Having run her own property development and rental business prior to joining the profession, Duaa has some insight into clients’ commercial and business needs. She is therefore particularly mindful of the need to ensure that she acts promptly and always keep clients, and agents, well informed at every stage of any transaction.

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Christopher Davies

Solicitor

Corporate Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Personal Litigation & Dispute Resolution

01732 446360 Email Christopher

Chris qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and has developed a broad litigation practice advising both private and commercial clients.

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Jonathan Tyler

Solicitor

Corporate Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Personal Litigation & Dispute Resolution

01732 457575 Email Jonathan

Jonathan has vast experience of commercial litigation, particularly involving property. He acts for commercial landlords and tenants, businesses and individuals. He also has considerable expertise and experience in professional negligence work with focus again on the property industry.

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Aiesha Seal

Paralegal

Residential Conveyancing

01732 446372 Email Aiesha

Aiesha is a Paralegal within our Sevenoaks office at Wellers Reece-Jones. She provides support for Tracy Gower in the property and conveyancing team.

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Sally Andrews

Solicitor

Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate

01732 446362 Email

Sally is a Solicitor in the Wills, Trusts and Probate department at Wellers Reece-Jones in Sevenoaks

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Julie Bowen

Support Staff

Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate

Residential Conveyancing

01732 466367 Email Julie

Secretary to the Property Department in our Sevenoaks office

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Tracy Gower

Conveyancer

Residential Conveyancing

01732 446368 Email Tracy

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Lynda Lennard

Support Staff

Residential Conveyancing

01732 446 366 Email Lynda

Secretary to Sarah Reece-Jones

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.

Rachel Brooker

Paralegal

Residential Conveyancing

01732 457575 Email Rachel

He has been involved in group action litigation and large property damage cases with particular expertise in flooding claims.
He marries a client-focused and pragmatic approach with a real understanding of when to litigate. He is always ready take a robust approach at the right time but also recognises that sometimes alternative dispute resolution can be more appropriate.
Having been a partner for nearly 20 years at a London West End Legal 500 firm, he brings a wealth of litigation experience to Wellers Reece-Jones. He values his clients and their loyalty, takes time to understand their needs and makes no assumptions about their objectives. He recognises the importance of practical and commercial advice and providing cost-effective solutions to dispute resolution

His practice encompasses a range of contentious work including Inheritance Act disputes, contentious probate, property litigation, commercial litigation, landlord & tenant (including a proven track record in recovering possession of residential property for landlords), TOLATA disputes, debt recovery, enforcement of judgments, and construction & engineering disputes.

He is experienced in both High Court and County Court proceedings and is a strong advocate of mediation as a form of alternative dispute resolution.

His notable cases include Hand –v- George [2017] EWHC 533 (Ch) in which the High Court upheld the right of adopted grandchildren to inherit under a 1946 will trust which did not include them within a class of beneficiaries because of the statutory definition of ‘children’ in force at the date of the will.

Chris worked in outside industry before becoming a solicitor and brings a commercial outlook to his current work. He is approachable, personable and thorough. He covers both the Sevenoaks and Chislehurst offices.

Outside of work, Chris enjoys cycling and watching football.

Duaa is experienced in dealing with a broad range of commercial property transactions including commercial acquisitions, plot acquisitions and sales, commercial leases and option agreements. She also has extensive experience in dealing with the full range of residential conveyancing  matters including freehold, leasehold, shared ownership, new build and re-mortgages.  Duaa has particular expertise in dealing with Transfers of Equity and Equity Release.  She has over 10 years’ experience as a landlord herself and 15 years lecturing in law and went on to qualify as a property solicitor in 2015, bringing her hugely valuable experience to her role at Wellers Reece-Jones.

Duaa has acted for a wide range of clients, including private individuals, multinational corporations, managing and letting agents, property developers, landlords, tenants and even the occasional celebrity.

 Outside of work Duaa enjoys painting.

 

She has a Wealth of experience in all areas of family law to include divorce and separation, financial matters relating to relationship breakdown (including high net worth matters), disputes between cohabitees (encompassing Trusts of Land claims), and private children matters.  She also has experience drafting and advising on pre-nuptial agreements and cohabitation agreements, as well as drafting financial agreements. Prior to joining Wellers in October 2018, Zöe ran her own practice in Surrey for 12 years.

Outside of work, Zöe is a keen fencer.


Testimonial

Frankly I could not be more satisfied with your service which I hope I haven’t kept a secret from you...I can’t thank you enough for your help and support through our move Tracy, you hugely reduced my stress levels and were always a voice of experience and knowledge that I found immensely helpful.