Helen Murphy, Residential Property Partner at Barr Ellison Law

Helen Murphy

Residential Property Partner

Helen is a Chartered Legal Executive and is head of the firm’s residential conveyancing team.

With over 20 years’ service with Barr Ellison Cambridge Solicitors, Helen has built up a strong knowledge of the local marketplace.  Helen’s focus is for her team to provide an efficient and friendly residential conveyancing service.  Helen acts for private residential clients in all aspects of property work, as well as for developers in the sale of newly built properties to complement the services provided by our commercial property team.

We were very lucky to meet Helen Murphy, who acted with legal brilliance and genuine kindness through a hugely stressful property purchase. We’d never consider anywhere else now.
Mr Bates

Helen has built up extensive experience of enfranchisement applications where apartment owners extend their apartment leases individually or collectively buy their freehold from the landlord under statute.

“I cannot praise the service provided by Helen Murphy highly enough when I purchased my new home.”
Wendy MacNab of Cambridge

Helen has a wealth of experience in dealing with trust property, and in the sale and purchase of properties by Deputies, and has had the privilege of acting in a Cambridge record-breaking £3 million property transaction.

Helen has a keen interest in adopting technological and procedural advances that will improve the firm’s conveyancing systems and is proud that Barr Ellison was among the first to embrace the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

“I wouldn’t go anywhere else with my conveyancing business.  I have a keen interest in property and I know I can trust Helen Murphy to get the job done expediently and thoroughly.  The estate agents I work with also appreciate the professional way she handles the process.”
Toni Hunter

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