Roulla is committed to providing solutions to legal problems, offering high quality legal advice in a practical and straightforward way.

Life is complicated. In business, regulation and reporting are on the rise and family life is impacted by social change. Roulla’s role is to navigate these complexities on behalf of her clients, to protect their interests and achieve their goals.

Experience is important, but attitude matters too. Roulla takes a personal interest in her clients and takes the time to get to know them, their businesses, their families, their priorities, and their plans for the future. Roulla believes that she can only provide maximum value to her clients if she understands her clients’ aims and objectives, so that she can provide bespoke advice which anticipates future issues and enables her to work together with her clients to achieve their goals and ambitions.

She understands the importance of providing clear advice, and the significance of cost-effective solutions, especially in the current global economic climate.

In 1999, after working in the City and in local firms, she set up her own practice, Roulla Georgiou Solicitor, to provide specialist advice in:

  • Wills and Probate
  • Residential Lease and Enfranchisement
  • Property
  • Landlord and Tenant Services
  • Licensing
  • Powers of Attorney


Roulla Georgiou is a solicitor and a member of the Law Society of England and Wales.

Roulla’s practice has been accredited by The Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme Accreditation (WIQS), which provides a best practice quality mark for wills and estate administration advice that consumers can trust.

She is also a member of the Law Society Private Client Section.

She is an associate member of the Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE). SFE is a specialist group of lawyers who support and provide specialist legal advice to older and vulnerable people, their families and carers.

Roulla is an affiliate member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). STEP is the global professional association for practitioners who specialise in family inheritance and succession planning.

She is a member of Commercial Real Estate Legal Association (CRELA). CRELA is a professional organisation for non-contentious commercial real estate lawyers.

She is also a member of the Law Society Property Section.

Roulla speaks English and Greek.