Michael J. Wey & Co. is a specialist property law firm offering conveyancing services in respect of residential land and property in England and Wales.
We pride ourselves on providing a friendly and efficient service during what is an exciting but often stressful time. We offer calm and clear advice using the benefit of our expert knowledge, in order to guide and support you throughout your transaction. We strongly believe each case is unique, no client or property is the same, and so you can be sure of a bespoke service.
This is shown by the number of returning clients and the recommendations we receive. It is particularly rewarding to find out we have acted for different generations of the same family over the years.
While we have extensive local knowledge and an established client base in the community we are delighted to accept instructions on land and properties throughout England and Wales.
Michael J. Wey & Co was established in 1989 in Guildford before moving to the present offices in St. John’s Street in Farncombe where it has been based since 1999. Michael J. Wey & Co is a division of Aveley Conveyancing, the sister practice based in central Farnham.
Director and Licensed Conveyancer
Rachael joined the practice as a trainee in 2005 after graduating from Swansea University in 2004. In 2010, Rachael qualified as a Licensed Conveyancer and became a Director of Michael J. Wey & Co and Aveley Conveyancing in 2014.
Claire joined Michael J. Wey & Co in 2017 after building a wealth of experience working locally for many years after qualifying as a Licensed Conveyancer in 2009. Claire has managed our Farnham branch, Aveley Conveyancing since early 2023.
Adiba joined Michael J. Wey & Co in 2023 after previously working for many years at another firm in the South East and before that at a top London law firm. Qualifying as a Solicitor in 2016, Adiba has expertise in many different areas of law but now specialises in conveyancing and enjoys establishing strong relationships with clients and keeping the process as stress free as possible.