Grant Saw Solicitors
Clients in safe hands since 1851.
Services for You
We provide a range of legal services for individuals. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a house, get your affairs in order for the future, or settle a legal dispute, we have specialist lawyers who are able to provide assistance to you.
Services for Business
Whatever your business needs, you can rest assured that our expert solicitors will provide prompt, comprehensive advice with the very best service. Please do contact us by telephone or email to find out how we can assist.
Corporate and commercial property, mergers and acquisitions, business contracts, litigation, landlord and tenant disputes and employment services.
Grant Saw Solicitors LLP is a leading firm of solicitors based in South East London, with offices in Greenwich and Blackheath. We provide a range of legal services for individuals and businesses including conveyancing, wills and probate, contesting wills, powers of attorney, commercial leases, disputes, divorce and separation and employment services.
AN INTRODUCTION TO GRANT SAW
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“I have used Grant Saw Solicitors on several occasions and have been nothing but impressed with the level of service and professionalism supplied on every occasion whether I have used them for family matters or for commercial business purposes I have always been satisfied and would recommend them every time.”
Article written by Atifha Aftab, Solicitor, Family department If you and your partner are not married or in a civil partnership, you will have very little legal protection should the...read more
We are thrilled to announce that Grant Saw has secured the Law Society’s legal practice mark known as Lexcel, a Quality Standard we have held continuously since 2007. The Lexcel quality...read more
Article written by Atifha Aftab, Solicitor, Family department If you and your partner are not married or in a civil partnership, you will have very little legal protection should the relationship come to an end. In this article, we explore the legal differences...