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Forsters LLP

Work Department

Residential property.




Helen advises on all legal aspects of residential property.  She has a wealth of experience of dealing with high value conveyancing, secured lending and landlord and tenant issues.   She also has specialist experience in the legal structuring of residential and mixed-use developments.

She acts for a wide range of clients including developers, investors, banks, trust companies and private individuals.

Helen trained at Allen & Overy and qualified in 2005.  She later worked at Boodle Hatfield, and then Farrer & Co.  She joined Forsters in 2014 and became a partner in 2015.


The Law Society


Wimbledon High School; Exeter University (1999 LLB); Oxford Institute of Legal Practice (LPC).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Residential property

Under the excellent leadership of Lucy Barber the team at Forsters LLP continues to be active in transactions involving super prime and prime properties in London as well as on the sale and purchase of country houses. It has a diverse client base of wealthy clients who are based in the UK and abroad as well as prime residential developers, banks, property funds and investors. Charles Miéville is considered a ‘go-to’ adviser for particularly complex conveyancing and property financing matters for a client base that consists of a number of high-profile UHNW individuals and landed families. Robert Barham  has been busy advising on various high-value transactions on behalf of international clients. Helen Marsh handles a broad spread of issues from high-value sales and purchases to advising on financing issues and landlord and tenant matters. Anna-Marie Short is now at Galloway Hughes Solicitors.