Geraint Aubrey

Geraint Aubrey

Senior Associate Solicitor (HCB Widdows Mason)

Head of Property & Private Client

Areas of Expertise –

Residential Conveyancing

  • Freehold and leasehold residential sales and purchases
  • Lease Extensions
  • Shared Ownership
  • Re-mortgages
  • Fast Track New Build & Re-possession purchases
  • Help to Buy

Private Client

  • Probate
  • Wills
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Deputyship

Education and Qualifications:

  • Qualified as a Solicitor in January 2009
  • Degree in Music, University of South Wales
  • Graduate Diploma in Law, University of South Wales
  • Legal Practice Course, University of South Wales

Background and Experience:

  • Worked in Residential Property and Private client since 2005

Joined HCB

  • March 2017

Approach

Geraint joined HCB Solicitors in 2017 to head up the Property & Private Client department in Cardiff. Geraint has 10 years experience of working in his specialised fields and has been a qualified solicitor since 2009.

Geraint ensures that the client is the main priority in all his work. He offers a personal and friendly service whilst always maintaining an impeccable professional standard. Geraint has vast experience in his specialised areas and is always on hand to assist his clients.

Focus

The primary focus for Geraint is a positive outcome for his clients. Good communication is key to ensuring a stress free time during the case and Geraint prides himself on this.

Geraint is also fluent in Welsh.

Employment History

  • Senior Associate Solicitor HCB Widdows Mason
  • Senior Solicitor – Convey Law
  • Solicitor – Hugh James Solicitors
  • Trainee Solicitor – KTP Solicitors
  • Paralegal – KTP Solicitors

Client testimony:-

‘Geraint made our house move incredibly easy and stress free. He was always there when we needed him and extremely responsive.. We are so grateful to him for a top class service. Geraint’s attitude to problem solving is second to none and this is what sets him apart. We would 100% recommend him and will use him again in the future.’

Mr & Mrs McGovern