Andrew is a Partner at Stephen Rimmer and joint Head of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team, assisting both individuals and businesses in a variety of matters, including debt recovery, contractual disputes and much more. Andrew is also our Complaints Partner for the firm should you wish to raise a formal complaint.
Andrew is well-known as a proficient solicitor. With his client’s cases, he always aims to resolve matters in a timely and efficient manner in the hope to avoid stress and with a desire to maintain the parties’ relationships where possible. Andrew recognises the cost of legal advice and guidance is often a significant concern for many. For this reason, he always aspires to offer cost-effective options where it is possible to do so.
Upon the initial consultation, Andrew will take the time to fully listen and understand your concerns. Doing this provides him with the ability to offer appropriate options in order to achieve your aims.
In Andrew’s spare time, he appreciates spending time with his young family. He is an avid non-fiction reader, likes to cook food, eat out, watch new movies at the cinema and do DIY projects.
Andrew studied his Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of Sussex and graduated in 2005. He then went on to study his Legal Practice Court at the University of Law Guildford. Prior to joining Stephen Rimmer, Andrew worked for two other well-respected law firms as a Litigation Solicitor.
In 2014, Andrew joined Stephen Rimmer as an Associate Litigation Solicitor, then in 2017 became a Partner of the firm.
Qualifications, professional memberships and accreditations
- Law LLB (Hons)
- Contractual disputes
- Probate disputes and claims under the inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975
- Professional negligence
- Construction disputes, boardroom and shareholder disputes
- Debt recovery
- Partnership issues and disputes
- Residential landlord and tenant disputes, including possession, forfeiture and rent arrears claims
- Property disputes, including Trustees of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act (TOLATA) claims
- Alternative dispute resolution