Nigel Bull is a Cambridge graduate who qualified as a solicitor in 1979 after training with a London firm. He moved to Andover in 1982, joining a local firm for some years before setting up his own practice in 1991.
He has many years’ experience in all types of property, commercial matters, wills and administration of estates and enjoys the person-to-person contact which client relationships provide.
Charlotte Anns joined the firm as an assistant solicitor in 2012. Previously she worked for a number of years at a firm in Newbury where she did her training after graduation, gaining valuable experience before qualifying in 2007.
Charlotte became a Partner in the firm in 2015. Her main focus is residential conveyancing but she is also able to carry out wills and probate work.
Alison Coles qualified in 2005 and has experience in litigation and conveyancing. She returned to private practice in October 2017 after a period of working in Local Government.
Receptionist and Office Manager
Julie Bull is our Receptionist and in charge of office administration. She is an experienced legal secretary and has been with the firm since 2001.
Georgina Maycock graduated from the University of York in 2018 and joined Bull & Co Solicitors LLP as a Paralegal in August 2018.
Sue Anns joined Bull & Co Solicitors LLP in 2016 having previously enjoyed a career for a large corporate spanning telecommunications and technology roles.
Cath Shears qualified as an Accountant in 1999 and looks after Bull & Co Solicitors LLP accounts and financial matters. She has been with the firm since July 2016.
How we work
As a small firm we are not tied down by complicated office "systems" which dictate the way some larger firms work, so we can be flexible to adapt and suit your requirements. Combining sophisticated information technology with our values and service, Bull & Co Solicitors LLP, Andover, recognise the importance of being efficient without compromising our professionalism and standards to clients.
Why use us?
Much of our work is by personal recommendation from existing clients and fellow professionals. We are therefore able to remain free from the influence of others, thereby ensuring that our clients' interests come first.
People responsible for your work
Primary responsibility for the conduct of your transaction will lie with a qualified solicitor authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
Commitment To Quality
- An experienced and dedicated solicitor dealing with your matter
- Personal and approachable style of service which is our hallmark
- Efficient service at reasonable rates providing excellent value for money
- Accreditation under the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme
- Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (under ref: 622474)
In the event of a complaint, you should raise the concern in the first place with the person dealing with the particular matter.
If this does not resolve the problem, you should contact Nigel Bull who is responsible for client care by telephoning or writing to him.
A full copy of the practices complaints procedure is available on our website or by request.
If the complaint is still not resolved at the end of this complaints process, you have the right to refer your complaint to the Legal Ombudsman PO Box 6806, Wolverhampton WV1 9WJ; telephone 0300 555 0333; website www.legalombudsman.org.uk. Normally you will need to bring a complaint to the Legal Obudsman must be made within six months of your receiving a final written response from us regarding your complaint.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements on a no obligation basis or to request an estimate of the legal costs and expenses involved.