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Debra Wilson is a partner in the Housing & Property Disputes department, based in our South London offices at Streatham. Debra has over 25 years’ experience of a wide range of housing-related issues, such as:
Building construction disputes; issues between neighbouring properties disrepair; homes affected by a nuisance such as from rodents; compensation for unlawful interference with tenancy rights; claims for compensation for uninsured losses from a fire, flood or other major catastrophe due to someone else’s fault; subsidence issues; disputes between family members over ownership of land; disputes between Flat owners/leaseholder disputes with their freeholder.
Debra has achieved excellent results on a wide range of housing-related matters both in the private and social housing sectors.
- Debra is community-minded being involved in many local initiatives.
- Debra champions the causes of others who would otherwise feel marginalised in society.
- Debra was an elected member of the Law Society Housing Committee for 11 years and is often consulted for her knowledge on housing issues.
- Chambers and Legal 500 rated: “Debra is expeditious”.
- “Debra is excellent – responsive, polite and most definitely tolerant”.
- “When we felt like giving up, Debra Wilson gave us courage and hope to carry on which led to a very satisfactory conclusion”.
- “We owe you so much for your help over the years. You took a David and Goliath situation and helped the little guys win. It’s quite an outcome.”
- “We were extremely impressed with your services and very happy with the outcome.”
- “You grasped the complexities of our case quickly and presented it at court clearly and persuasively.”
- “You were our rock in very difficult times and we cannot thank you enough.”
- “We would of course recommend you, with no hesitation, to any one who may need legal help in the future.”
- Was an Elected member of the Law Society Housing Law Committee for 11 years.
- Member of the Housing Law Practitioners Group.
- A Peer Reviewer for the Oxford University Press.
- Her articles have featured in the Solicitors’ Journal, the Law Society Gazette and the New Law Journal.