Laura Maggs

Partner | 020 8768 6882

I am a Partner at Amphlett Lissimore, specialising in Property Law. Residential Conveyancing is my main area of expertise. Not only do I advise on all aspects of sale and purchase transactions, both leasehold and freehold, I also have vast experience in dealing with: shared ownership purchases, right-to-buys, staircasing, transfer of equities and remortgages. My client base also includes corporate clients and developers.

I first became interested in Property Law whilst working as an estate agent, where I gained experience of the selling and house moving process. I started working for a Bromley based law firm in 1997 and from there I developed my career into Property Law. I now head up a successful team of people, based across three offices - Blackfen, Bromley and Crystal Palace, solely assigned to residential conveyancing. I have worked for Amphlett Lissimore since 2007, and became a partner in 2015. I have also been on the Board for the Society of Licensed Conveyancers since March 2017.

I believe in offering a friendly, approachable and professional service and am proud to know many clients regularly recommend my expertise to their friends and families.




Laura Maggs - Awards and accreditations

  • SLC
  • The Conveyancing Association - Logo

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on May 4, 2021
      We are excited to announce our participation in the government's apprenticeship scheme, which has made it possible for us to offer subsidised training to members of our Residential Conveyancing teams who do not have a professional legal qualification.
      Posted in: apprenticeship
    • Posted on March 3, 2021
      Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced the 2021 Spring Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 3rd March. The budget included heavily anticipated news regarding the stamp duty holiday and the government's mortgage guarantee.
    • Posted on November 5, 2020
      In line with the Government's new national lockdown measures, all of our offices are now closed to clients.
  • Blog
    • Posted on November 12, 2020
      The property market has seen a huge amount of upheaval and change in 2020. During lockdown, people were told that they were unable to move which disrupted thousands of transactions, and then in July the stamp duty holiday was introduced – this has seen the market bounce back slightly with many buyers keen to take advantage of this tax break. However, now we are back in another second national lockdown, how will this affect the property market?
      Posted in: Conveyancing
    • Posted on May 11, 2015
      You've already had the mammoth guide to improving the value, and now we've pulled together our ultimate top tips of easy ways to increase the value and saleability of your home.
    • Posted on April 21, 2015
      It's surprising how many homeowners have misconceptions about what actually improves the value of their home to a buyer.

      If you're looking to sell your home, a little bit of research and self-analysis could bring you big rewards. Take a look at our guide and we hope that it highlights some considerations which you can make use of to maximise the value of your own home.

Expert legal advice you can rely on,
get in touch today:

Please let us know you are not a robot