Helen, our Practice Group Head of Residential Conveyancing, has over 20 years’ experience working in various departments of firms, both large and small. This has provided her with a wide understanding of the legal processes involved in property transactions of all types and how to deal with any other issues, which may arise in the course of the conveyancing process.
She is committed to ensuring transactions proceed smoothly despite how complicated the matter may get and is dedicated to providing an excellent client care service.
If you have any queries you can contact her by telephone or email - details of which are to the left of the page.
Helen Sanderson is based at our Leicester solicitors branch.
"Many thanks indeed for your expeditious and diligent assistance over the last few weeks. We very much appreciate the efforts you have gone to in getting us on the road to owning our first home." - Marie Tidball
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Chartered Legal Executive with papers in Land Law
Company and Partnership Law
Landlord and Tenant Law