What has happened to Cree, Godfrey and Wood Solicitors?
The Solicitors Regulation Authority has closed down the practice of Cree, Godfrey and Wood Solicitors of 28 High Road, East Finchley, London N2 9PJ. This happened on 25 March 2021. Lester Aldridge is helping the SRA with the closure.
What happens now?
Cree, Godfrey and Wood Solicitors can no longer act for its clients. If you were a client, you will need to find a new solicitor. You can find a list of solicitors in England and Wales on the Law Society’s website.
What has happened to my file?
The SRA are in the process of removing the files that were held at the offices of Cree, Godfrey and Wood Solicitors. A further update on how you can recover your file will be provided on our website once this has been completed.
What has happened to the money Cree, Godfrey and Wood Solicitors were holding for me?
The bank accounts of Cree, Godfrey and Wood Solicitors have been frozen and all monies which were held in those accounts have been transferred to the Solicitors Regulation Authority and are being held on behalf of clients. If you think the firm should have been holding money on your behalf, please see our SRA Interventions page.