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Hollie Lilley

Hollie Lilley

Solicitor

T: 01225 730 236 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100
E: hollie.lilley@roydswithyking.com

Hollie is a solicitor in the Property Disputes team and has experience of dealing with a wide range of both commercial and residential property disputes.



About Hollie

Hollie has a particular interest in the following areas:

  • joint ownership disputes
  • boundary and neighbour disputes
  • commercial and residential landlord and tenant disputes
  • covenants.

She qualified as a solicitor in 2013 after spending two years with the firm while she completed her training contract.

Memberships :

Property Litigation Association

Women in Property

Bath Young Professionals

Bristol Junior Lawyers Division

Ultimately litigation is a last resort in a property dispute so where possible we try to resolve the issue by way of amicable and cost-effective negotiation. There are of course situations where negotiation proves unsuccessful, but in those circumstances I make sure that clients fully understand each stage of the litigation process and aim to make sure that the very best and most practical result is achieved.

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