Mogers Drewett’s Bath office has moved. Our new address is: St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH.

Giles Griffiths

Associate Solicitor Residential Property | Bath
Office: 01225 75000

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I joined the firm in 2015 and specialise in residential property work, using my experience to give a friendly, informative service while delivering results, quickly and efficiently.

I became a qualified assistant solicitor in 2004, after graduating from the College of Law, London, and completing my training contract with city firm SJ Berwin.

My expertise covers residential freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, leases of residential and business premises, plot sales, commercial lending, property options and conditional contracts. My experience includes sales and purchases of offices, retail units, restaurants, and public houses.

I am passionate about providing exceptional levels of client care – giving clients one-to-one personal attention and keeping them informed throughout the process while being exacting in my attention to detail.

Away from the office, my young children and garden keep me busy. I am also a committed rugby fan and music lover - attending as many matches, gigs and festivals as I possibly can.

 

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  • What proved to be a difficult property purchase was handled promptly and professionally with us feeling our solicitor was behind us every step of the way.

    Jaine & Christopher

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