Welcome to SLC Solicitors
We are a niche award-winning property management law firm operating nationwide. We work in close partnership with clients, always protecting and prioritising their interests and building long-standing relationships based on trust.
“SLC Solicitors took a stressful long term service charge arrears issue and made it painless. I would not hesitate in recommending them to both self managed freehold companies and managing agents of any size.”
“SLC Solicitors have unrivalled knowledge of service charge law and their services are of great benefit to both us and our clients with regards to cash flow and time costs.”
“Excellent service in achieving a full payment of the amount due plus interest, over a very short time period.”
“SLC have transformed our cash flows. Every individual we deal with is friendly, informed and attentive and we would not consider using any other firm.”
“We have always found SLC Solicitors to be extremely helpful and proactive and would not hesitate in recommending them to other property management companies.”
“Communicative, friendly and cost effective, we would be pleased to recommend SLC Solicitors to other Managing Agents.”
“We found SLC to be extremely helpful, providing us with weekly reports and keeping us updated at every moment along with getting the debts cleared fast. SLC are professional and extremely helpful.”
“SLC Solicitors surpass expectations. Professional in their approach and yet easy to communicate with and instruct. I would not hesitate to recommend their services to other managing agents at any opportunity.”
“Using SLC as our preferred solicitors has had a great impact on the speed at which monies are collected on behalf of our RMC clients.”
“SLC simply give us well thought out and, most importantly, cost effective solutions. A rare thing in professional services. I cannot recommend them highly enough.”
We pride ourselves on tailoring our services to the needs of our individual clients.Find out more
Know how guides
Lease extension - why, how, who?
Long residential leaseholders now have the option to collectively buy the freehold or to exercise the right to extend their existing lease. We explain why, how and who can.See all guides