Dobbs & Drew Property Lawyers


Specialists in Residential Conveyancing

Commissioners for Oaths


About us.

It’s well known that moving house is one of life’s most stressful events.  Finding a new home, packing up your belongings, arranging the transport – all of these can have their challenges.

For your peace of mind and the safety of your investment it’s important to get the legal process right  – carrying out land and property searches, arranging contracts, exchanging funds, making sure that the ownership of the property is clear – the list goes on. 

The Directors of Dobbs & Drew Property Lawyers specialise in residential conveyancing and aim to provide a first class legal service to all of our clients from our local Forest of Dean based offices in Lydney, Gloucestershire.

Lisa and Sue are passionate about helping you move house in a speedy and hassle free manner and are happy to help you through the entire conveyancing process.

Excellent Conveyancing team. Keep you informed every step of the way. Always reliable, cannot fault them
— Danielle B from Staunton

Our Lawyers.


  • Licensed Conveyancer

  • Director

  • Commissioner for Oaths


What is a Licensed Conveyancer? Licensed Conveyancers are specialist property lawyers who deal with all the legal, administrative and financial requirements involved in buying or selling property or remortgaging a property you already own.

Who regulates licensed conveyancers? The Council for Licensed Conveyancers is also known as the CLC. The CLC regulates Licensed Conveyancers working throughout England and Wales.

Lisa works alongside Deanna Graddon-Davis.


  • Chartered Legal Executive

  • Director

  • Commissioner for Oaths


What is a Chartered Legal Executive? Chartered Legal Executives are lawyers who carry out legal work in a similar way to solicitors.  They have taken degree level exams and achieved the highest level of membership of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).

Who regulates Chartered Legal Executives? CILEx Regulation oversees the standards in the professional work and general behaviour expected from individuals and entities that it regulates. Chartered Legal Executives must know about, understand and follow the CILEx Code of Conduct.

Sue works alongside Aimee Fennell.