Welcome to Alex Wyatt

Alex Wyatt joins SA Law to add further expertise to our Property Litigation team

We are pleased to announce the arrival of property litigation expert Alex Wyatt, who adds his extensive experience to our leading Property Litigation team.

Alex’s career has seen him deal with the full breadth of property disputes, while developing two key areas of specialism.

His work resolving commercial and residential leasehold disputes is well known across the South East, with many high-profile cases to his name. He advises freeholders and leaseholders on everything from new leases to terminations, and has also gained a reputation for helping housing associations and local authorities on the wide range of dispute situations they can face.

Alex’s other key area of expertise is property development. He works with owners, developers and investors to identify risks that could affect developments in the future, and acts swiftly to resolve disputes if they arise.

We look forward to introducing you to Alex over the coming months.

Alex says: “I am delighted to be working with SA Law’s niche Property Litigation team, the wider Real Estate department and the firm overall. SA Law is well known across the region for the standard of service it provides, and I’m delighted to be able to add my expertise for the benefit of clients.”

CONTACT TRACY

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Tracy Lacey-Smith on 01727 798016. 

CONTACT ROBERT

If you would like more information or advice relating to this article or a Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution law matter, please do not hesitate to contact Robert Ryall on 02071 835683 or 01727 798092.

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