• HPLP Solicitors
      • 2-5 Warwick Court
      • London
      • WC1R 5DJ
      • 020 7553 9000
      • 020 7553 9001

Contact HPLP Solicitors in London

At HPLP, our expert solicitors in London are conveniently located in the centre of the capital, just off High Holborn. Our team can help you with a wide range of issues related to both property and family law, with years of combined experience.

Our specialist property lawyers regularly act for property buyers, property owners, landlords and tenants throughout London and further beyond. We have the expertise to offer you fast, cost-effective solutions to any issues related to your property.

Our family solicitors provide sensitive and practical advice for a range of family law matters. We are committed to reaching a constructive conclusion and resolving family disputes as amicably as possible.

We will take the time to listen and understand your case, as well as keep you fully informed of each step of the process, no matter the type of service we are providing.

You can speak to one of our expert solicitors in London now by calling 020 7553 9000 or by using the contact form below for a swift response.

Our property law expertise

Our London property solicitors can help you with a wide range of property disputes and other issues.

Leasehold enfranchisement/freehold purchase

For those interested in purchasing the freehold of their home, leasehold enfranchisement allows you to buy the freehold on your property under certain conditions.

This is a specialist area of property law that many property solicitors do not have the necessary expertise to advise on, but which our team at HPLP are highly experienced in.

We have a high level of combined expertise and will be happy to assist you no matter the complexity of your case.

Our leasehold enfranchisement solicitors can assist with matters surrounding:

If you would like more information on how our solicitors can assist, please see our Leasehold Enfranchisement/Freehold Purchase page

Service charge recovery

If the leaseholder of a property where you own the freehold has failed to pay their service charges, we can help you quickly and efficiently recover the debt or take action to evict the leaseholder for breach of their leasehold agreement.

We handle service charge recovery on a regular basis, meaning we know how to ensure the matter is resolved in the best way for your interests as speedily as possible.

Tenant eviction

Where you need to regain vacant possession of your property, whether due to rent arrears, to sell the property, or for any other reason, we can offer a fast, efficient tenant eviction service.

We can handle the entire process for you, ensuring you swiftly regain possession while making sure you comply with the law and do not risk a claim for harassment or illegal eviction.

For further information on how our tenant eviction solicitors can assist you, please click here.

Commercial property

At HPLP, we assist a wide range of clients, from commercial landlords to business tenants, as well as assisting property developers.

We have a vast knowledge and practical experience in a wide range of legal issues, having over the years covered a variety of matters relating to commercial property, including offices, shops, public houses and garages.

We provide a bespoke service and will always work proactively to avoid any unnecessary delays. Should there be any issues or delays, we will communicate this to you at the earliest opportunity.

Our London commercial property solicitors can assist with matters such as:

For further details regarding our services surrounding commercial property, please see here.

Residential conveyancing

Our London residential conveyancing solicitors are acknowledged experts in all areas of property transactions. We recognise the legal complexity that can affect the buying or selling of a property and will ensure all of the legal details are handled correctly, so you are financially and legally protected.

We will provide clear, realistic advice and assistance you can trust for all aspects of conveyancing, no matter the type of property. Our residential conveyancing solicitors in London can help with all aspects of conveyancing for all property types.

Our London residential conveyancing solicitors can assist with the following property transaction matters:

  • Sale of freehold and leasehold property
  • Purchase of freehold and leasehold property
  • Remortgaging
  • Matrimonial transfers
  • Second charges on property

For more information about the type of residential conveyancing service we can provide our clients with, please take a look at our Residential Conveyancing page.

Property disputes

Property disputes can be stressful and a daunting prospect, but our property dispute solicitors in London have a well-earned reputation for swiftly and effectively resolving property disputes in a way that best protects the interests of our clients and ensures the best possible outcome for all manner of scenarios.

Our solicitors are seasoned experts and can assist our clients with many types of property disputes. Anything from property boundary disputes, leasehold disputes, disrepair disputes and possession claims.

The type of property disputes our London solicitors can assist with include:

Should you require additional details, please take a look at our Property Disputes page.

Right of way and rights to light

If a right of way has been interfered with, or there is a right of way over your land that is the subject of a dispute, we can help find an effective solution, either through negotiation or court action where required.

We are proud to have successfully won many cases over the years through methods of alternative dispute resolution, as well as cases that needed to go to court.

If the light to your property has been obstructed by a neighbour’s property, or a neighbour claims your property is obstructing their right to light, we can work with both parties to find an acceptable resolution, or if it is necessary, we will assist with initiating or defending against court proceedings.

Our family law expertise


Our expert divorce solicitors can assist with all matters related to family law, divorce and separation, including making practical arrangements for finances and children.

If you are in the process of getting a divorce, our solicitors can help you make arrangements for your family at this difficult time and help you protect your interests for the future, without any unnecessary costs and delays.

Our divorce solicitors have experience handling a range of legal matters including no fault divorce, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, civil partnership dissolution and financial settlements.

Divorce financial settlements

Our solicitors specialising in divorce and financial settlements can help you reach an agreement with your former partner about how your assets will be divided.

We are experts in using Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods such as mediation and arbitration to help couples come to an agreement.

Where an agreement cannot be reached we have the necessary expertise to represent your best interests during court proceedings and advocate for a positive outcome.

Child law

Our child law solicitors can help separated couples reach an agreement about child arrangements.

We aim to resolve disputes without the need for court proceedings, choosing to use Alternative Dispute Resolution methods such as mediation or arbitration to come to an agreement first.

If matters cannot be resolved in this way, we can help you apply to the court for a Specific Issue Order.

Our child law solicitors can provide advice on a range of matters including child arrangements, child maintenance and parental responsibility.

Child arrangements

Our child arrangements solicitors will aim to help former couples decide on child arrangements without involving the court where possible.

If an agreement is reached without legal intervention or through processes such as mediation, it can be formalised into a consent order and approved by the court, providing both parties with a legally binding agreement.

However, in some cases, it may not be possible for both parties to come to an agreement on living arrangements or a schedule of contact. In such cases, the court can be approached to help resolve the dispute and we can represent the best interests of your family.

Parental responsibility

It is important for every child to have someone who looks out for their best interests and takes responsibility for their welfare.

Biological parents automatically receive parental responsibility but the law allows individuals to apply for parental responsibility alongside them.

These individuals may include unmarried biological fathers, step-parents, grandparents, civil partners and same-sex partners, special guardians, and local authorities.

If you believe you should have parental responsibility for a child and would like to learn more about the process from a family law expert, our solicitors can assist you.


Unlike marriage, there are few legal protections for cohabiting couples which is why having an agreement in place can help prevent disputes in the future.

Our cohabitation solicitors can help unmarried couples who live together make provisions for their assets, children and property in the event that your relationship breaks down.

We can assist with producing a cohabitation agreement, a declaration of trust or Wills to provide both parties with peace of mind for the future.

Civil partnership dissolution

If you have entered into a civil partnership and are going through a separation, the process is quite similar to a divorce.

It involves a legal process that must be followed and one or both parties must provide a statement of irretrievable breakdown.

Our civil partnership dissolution solicitors will manage the process on your behalf to make it as stress-free as possible. We take the time to fully understand your priorities and provide you with all the necessary information to make decisions in your best interests.

Prenuptial agreements

A prenuptial agreement, commonly known as a prenup, is a contract that couples enter into before they get married. It is advisable to do this well in advance of the wedding day. The agreement outlines how their assets will be divided in the event that they divorce.

Our prenuptial agreement solicitors can help you create a prenuptial agreement that meets the needs of both parties and protects your future interests.

Postnuptial agreements

A postnuptial agreement is very similar to a prenuptial agreement except it is made after a couple marries rather than before.

Over the course of a marriage, your circumstances can change over time including your wealth and assets.

Our solicitors can help you create a postnuptial agreement to ensure that your wishes are kept up to date, providing security for the future.

Grandparents' rights

Grandparents unfortunately do not have automatic rights to see their grandchildren in the event that their child divorces their partner.

In practice, family courts recognise the importance and benefits of children spending time with their grandparents and there is a legal process to help you maintain a relationship with them.

Our grandparent’s rights solicitors can support you through this process and help you retain the right to see your grandchildren.

Local resources in London

Citizens Advice

Should you need further assistance regarding housing or family matters, the Citizens Advice service has lots of useful advice for people in London or anywhere else in the country.

HM Land Registry

HM Land Registry is a government-run service that allows you to search house prices and property ownership information, as well as find information on a number of property matters, including boundary issues and title deeds.

How to find our solicitors in London

By train – Our offices are situated off Holborn, a 3-minute walk from Chancery Lane tube station. Use Exit 1 for Gray's Inn Road. As you exit the station, continue straight ahead on Holborn. Warwick Court can be found on the right hand side directly opposite Chancery Lane.

By Car – Parking is available on Jockey's Fields, which is a convenient two-minute walk away from our offices. Charges apply Monday to Friday 8:30-18:30 and Saturday 8:30-13:30. Any parking outside of these hours is free.

By Bus – Our nearest bus stop is on Brownlow Street (Stop R), a quick two-minute walk away, which frequently has incoming and departing buses throughout the day, including buses 8, 521, N8, N25 and N242. Should you need a different bus route, there are further bus stops situated around the office, including High Holborn (Stop C) and Gray’s Inn Road.

Plan your journey – To help you find a convenient route to our office, please see here.


At HPLP, we believe no matter your circumstances, legal advice and assistance should be available to all. That is why we aim to make our office as accessible as possible. Should you need assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will be happy to accommodate you.

Get in touch with our solicitors in London

Contact our expert solicitors in London now by calling 020 7553 9000 or use the contact form for a prompt response.