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We’re a friendly team with the experience to understand exactly what you need

KWW is home to a highly trained team of legal professionals that share an enthusiasm for building client relationships, understanding their needs and delivering a first-class service.

Our people are great listeners and demonstrate compassion and empathy in everything they do, ensuring clients feel supported and at ease throughout the whole process.

Our Google reviews speak for themselves, with clients enthusing about individual team members, not just the firm.

It’s important to acknowledge that our front-line advisers wouldn’t be able to do what they do so well without the support of our unsung heroes: our fantastic back-office team.


Managing Partner / Family Law

Partner / Head of Property

Partner / Civil Litigation

Partner / Private Client

Partner / Residential Conveyancing


Residential Conveyancing

Residential Conveyancing

Residential Conveyancing

Private Client

Marketing and Communications

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David Anstee

Managing Partner/Family Law

David, who is our managing partner, heads KWW’s Family Law department, dealing with divorce and separation and always looking to find the best, most amicable, least stressful route forward for clients.

David qualified as a solicitor in 1990 and joined KWW in 1997. He is an accredited specialist with Resolution, a qualified Family Mediator and an accomplished advocate.

As a business leader, David is on a mission to ensure KWW maintains its tradition for personal service while adding all the behind-the-scenes efficiencies that come from embracing new technology.

For relaxation, David enjoys slipping on the earphones and listening to some classic jazz and swing, and he can often be found rummaging around music shops for some rare Blue Note platter or other. He is learning to play the saxophone in a bid to become Surbiton’s answer to Stan Getz.

David loves his sport. He played cricket to a high standard and he is a tidy indoor bowls player. He prefers rugby to football but has a soft spot for Portsmouth FC.

Salvatore ‘Salv’ Sole

Partner/Head of Property

Salv is a partner at KWW and head of the firm’s highly successful Property department, overseeing our efforts in residential conveyancing and actively driving our commercial property business.

Salv has been with KWW for more than 20 years during which time he has become an expert in a broad range of transactions, including buying, selling, re-mortgaging and transfer of equity. He has cultivated a number of very strong relationships with estate agents throughout Surrey and south-west London.

On the commercial side, Salv is the go-to solicitor in our locality for a number of specialist investors and property developers. He is known for his straightforward, practical and commercial approach and is trusted to deliver outstanding service at a fair price and without undue delay.

With his Sicilian heritage, it comes as no surprise that there’s always a very pleasing aroma of espresso in his office, and Salv’s eye for style was put to good use in the design of the firm’s website.

Like David, Salv is big on sport and enjoys his football especially. He was a decent striker in his heyday and still turns out for the occasional five-a-side. His loyalties are split between Chelsea and Juventus.

John Lennon

Civil Litigation

John is our vastly experienced specialist litigation solicitor who was made a partner in the firm in July 2017.

At the heart of John’s approach to his work is a focus on straightforward, non-nonsense advice that is easy to understand. John will always look for ways to resolve a dispute rather than escalate it and rack up unnecessary expense on behalf of a client.

You can always rely on John to tell it like it is and give you an honest assessment of your chances of success.

John’s expertise encompasses contract disputes, negligence claims, debt recovery, boundary disputes and licensing applications. He is also on hand to run an eye over employment settlement agreements to make sure they are fair and reasonable.

John is a lifelong fan of Fulham FC and has run a number of marathons, raising money for great causes.

Karen Starkey

Private Client

If we had such thing as an academy, we would definitely be claiming Karen as ‘one of our own’.

Karen qualified as a solicitor almost seven years to the day after she knocked on our door at Walton Road for some work experience.

She started with us as a legal secretary and then embarked on formal training as a laywer. Today, she is a solicitor specialising in Private Client matters – Wills, powers of attorney and probate.

Karen, who has lived in Molesey for 35 years, has a warm and engaging personality which quickly puts clients as ease and a great way of explaining what can appear complex aspects of the law so they are clearly understood.

Karen’s son played football at Molesey Juniors, and on her suggestion, we were delighted to sponsor two MJFC teams in 2021.

For relaxation, Karen loves taking her adorable adorable Cavalier King Charles Murphy for walks, and for thrills she’s out riding on her motorcycle.

Eve Wilson

Partner/Residential Conveyancing

Eve joined KWW in 2014 in a legal support role. Today, she is a partner of the firm and one of the most highly regarded conveyancing solicitors in Surrey.

Eve studied Politics at Exeter University. When she wasn’t buried in her coursework, she learned to fly with the RAF, completing 30 hours in a Grob trainer.

Eve passed the Common Professional Examination at City University and holds a Masters in Law.

As someone who loves local history, one of the best parts of the job for Eve is looking through old deeds and documents.

Since 2013 Eve has been vice chair of governors at a local school, and she is the assistant manager of her daughter’s football team.

She is the proud owner of a Dachshund called Frankie.

Sarah Trickey

Residential Conveyancing

Sarah is our head of residential conveyancing, a Licensed Conveyancer with more than 20 years’ experience.

Sarah joined KWW in 2013 and quickly established herself as a highly professional operator, admired equally by clients and estate agents for her incredible work rate, specialist knowledge and attention to detail.

It was at Sarah’s suggestion that we launched our popular ‘Contract Ready’ service where we get ahead of the game on a conveyance with the aim of reducing the time to get to exchange and completion.

Sarah works closely with Liz Coe in our conveyancing support team and between them they can guide clients smoothly through freehold and leasehold sales and purchases. Sarah can also advise on plot sales and remortgages.

In her downtime, Sarah enjoys tennis and golf. Naturally, she always plays to win.

Enza Sole

Residential Conveyancing

Enza earned her spurs in a support role for our conveyancing team before becoming a chartered legal executive.

Having an appreciation of all the various administrative tasks associated with buying and selling a property makes Enza a highly efficient conveyancer and she is an excellent communicator.

Enza enjoys running and cooking, with a particular flair for dishes from her native Sicily.

Ade Ajani

Residential Conveyancing

Ade is the newest member of our conveyancing team, having joined us in 2021. Tall of stature and wide of smile, Ade has been an instant hit with colleagues and clients.

Ade was born and raised in Nigeria and moved to the UK to study law. He began his legal career with a High Street solicitors in Camberley, Surrey and then moved to a firm in St Margaret’s Twickenham.

Ade deals with several areas of residential conveyancing: sales and purchases of freeholds and leaseholds; bridging loans; transfers of equity; lease extensions and remortgages.

Ade loves playing football, cooking and going to the theatre. He is also a dab hand at DIY and home renovation. He speaks fluent Yoruba.

Jack Haskew

Private Client

Jack, who hails from the great American city of Boston, qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and has since honed his expertise in immigration, tax and private client services.

A 1997 graduate of the University of Southern California law school, Jack began his legal practice working on the Navajo Nation in Utah as the managing attorney of a rural legal aid office.

Since joining KWW in 2021, Jack has played a key role in helping us embrace a range of technology-based solutions to client administration, making the firm more efficient and speeding up matters for clients.

A father to three sons, Jack says he lives in a world of baseballs, Nerf bullets and the persistent crackle and thud of heavy weapons fire from what was once the family television.

Susannah Burley

Family Law

Susannah completed her Law undergraduate degree at the University of Bristol and undertook the Bar Course and Masters of Law in London.

Living in the Molesey area and looking for experience in a law practice, we were delighted to take Susie on board in 2021 and have taken great pleasure in seeing her flourish.

Susie has a keen interest in family law and has previously volunteered for a number of pro bono law clinics supporting clients who have been going through family or civil proceedings.

Susie plays for a recreational netball team and is a keen scuba diver.

Tony Cheverall

Marketing and Communications

Tony is our consultant on marketing matters and has helped put KWW on the map over the past few years. He has helped us better understand what sets us apart from the competition and then communicated in a clear, jargon-free way.

“It helps that I’m not a lawyer,” says Tony, “because if I don’t understand what we’re trying to say, then I don’t expect the average reader or viewer to understand it either.”

Tony holds the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Professional Diploma and is also a qualified journalist and magazine editor. He is responsible for all the great stuff you find on our website, on our Facebook and LinkedIn pages and in our local newspaper articles, and he has overseen our programme of events and sponsorships with local organisations.  

Tony is always happy to hear from local organisations who need support.