Garner & Hancock Llp

Church Street 4
Isleworth, Middlesex

Since 1884

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Garner & Hancock LLP is an established friendly firm in West London with Over 125 years presence in Isleworth, near Syon Park and Brentford.

The firm is has a Residential and Commercial property departments. We are experts in Leasehold properties.


Lawyer - Solicitor
Lawyer - Licenced Conveyancer
Financial Services & Advice - Tax & Trust Specialist
Financial Services & Advice - Will Writer


Julian Hutson is the senior partner and head of Commercial Property.
Deborah Creigh head of Residential Conveyancing at Garner & Hancock.
Vinay Tanna deals with Dispute Resolution. He deals with Landlord and Tenant disputes, issues with leases, property fraud, land registry matters, applications to Adjudicator (land registry), claims against insurance companies (who do not pay up on claims or deal with loss adjustor's to maximise claims)
Tamara Manojlovic, deals with Residential conveyancing.
Richard Hancock is our private client consultant solicitor. When buying property you need to think about, wills and tax planning. we offer this service.


Garner & Hancock LLP is member of the following professional organisations:
The Law Society
Resolution formerly known as the Solicitors family Law Association
STEPS - Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners
ELA - Employers Lawyers Association
Trustee of The Blue School

Area of Business

Garner & Hancock LLP provides an efficient service. We use email and sms text message to provide effective communications with our clients. We have skype and web conferencing.

We offer advice on all property matters:
Buying and selling property and land
Family Department dealing with Divorce, separation, separation agreements, and final matrimonial financial orders
Wills and Trusts
Tax planning
Landlord and Tenant


We have fixed fees a most of the work we undertake.
If we cannot give you a fixed fee we will give you estimates of fees and a full case plan at the outset of any litigation.