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Managing Director

Guy is the Managing Director of Horizon Law. Guy graduated with an Honours Degree in Law from Southampton University, and qualified as a solicitor in 1980. His passion for property and law, at the highest level, led him to develop his legal practice with a major City of London law firm. There he became a Partner, advising public bodies and public utility providers, national house builders and property developers [and individuals] on all their real estate requirements.
Prior to taking over at Horizon Law, Guy, together with his wife Jane, ran their own property development business, undertaking a number of schemes in North London and Hertfordshire. This direct involvement in buying, selling and developing their own properties undoubtedly gives Guy the edge in understanding the differing pressures that his clients face. Guy is keen to make available to a wide range of clients the skills, knowledge and expertise he has gained over more than 30 years.

In 2012, Guy became Managing Director where he is fulfilling his ambition of creating and managing a modern niche law firm delivering exceptional client care in the areas of Property and Private Client law.

He leads by example and continues to run a case load, advising clients on their transactions whether that is purchasing, selling or leasing commercial property. Guy also deals with residential transactions, specialising in high value properties. Guy, and the team at Horizon Law, takes pride in offering a bespoke service to all clients on a one to one basis, with the efficiency and continuity of clients receiving that personal service.

Living and working in the Barnet and Hadley Wood area leads to Guy developing close links with the local community. He has recently been appointed a trustee to the Barnet Museum, where he has provided pro-bono legal advice in connection with securing the Museum’s long-term future at the heart of the community.



Steve is a Solicitor/Director of the firm having qualified in 2001, with Kennard Wells Solicitors. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Steve co-founded a lettings agency, building up a property management portfolio.

Steve majors on acting for portfolio clients as well as high net worth, uncontentious freehold and leasehold enfranchisement.

Having previously dealt with Landlord and Tenant matters under the Housing Act, Steve is well equipped to advise clients in non-contentious matters.

He acts for a wide range of individual clients, all of whom have specific requirements.

The approach adopted by Steve is to offer all clients a bespoke service on a one to one basis, meeting the demands of his international client bases, as well as domestic clients.

His client care is exceptional and he is instrumental in the running of the firm alongside Guy Wheatcroft. As a Director, Steve has overall responsibility for the ICT within the firm.

Having been born and bred in the local community, Steve understands the needs and maintains his links with the Greek community. Steve is bi-lingual and offers services to Greek speaking clients.

His commitment to the local community is borne out of qualifying as an FA Football Coach and he manages a grass roots team, dedicating his weekends to coaching and managing.



Skevi is a specialist Private Client solicitor who joined the firm in January 2022. As a Solicitor working in the Wills and Probate Department Skevi helps clients with critical aspects of their personal lives, particularly protecting their financial assets. She drafts and amend Wills, provides advice on the mitigation of Inheritance Tax. She administers estates of all sizes and also deals with the preparation and registration of Powers of Attorney.

Skevi graduated from university with a law degree which has led her to work at several reputable law firms, where she gained excellent commercial acumen.

Skevi is passionate about her specialism and feels that assisting clients at the most vulnerable times in their lives, is why she chose to become a solicitor.

Skevi is professional and yet caring, which are vital traits required to work in her field. She prides herself on providing advice in a straight forward and friendly manner, in what are usually sensitive circumstances for her clients.

Her advice is tailored very much to their individual circumstances and needs.

Skevi prides herself on giving her clients an excellent service, she believes in working together with a client as a team effectively in order to achieve their objectives and desired outcome.

Skevi is also bi-lingual and can communicate with clients in Greek.


Legal Secretary

Sue left school and trained to be a legal secretary when she was offered a position with Decherts LLP in 1988.

Over the years, Sue has gained a vast amount of experience as a PA in commercial and residential property and private client.

In 2002, she joined Reading Harris Yalden (RHY Law) and has remained with the firm through its transition to Horizon Law.


Practice Manager

Maria joined the firm in 2013, having previously been an executive assistant in the recruitment industry. She works primarily alongside Guy Wheatcroft on his portfolio of clients and has undertaken the role of Practice Manager.

She is responsible for the seamless daily running of the practice and provides a demandingly diverse skills mix ranging from people management and marketing to finance, facilities and administration.



Joanna joined the firm in November 2021, having graduated from university in July 2021.

She works primarily alongside Steve Zavros on his portfolio of residential clients. A bright and enthusiastic member of the team, Joanna’s duties include carrying out certain legal tasks and services as well as offering an exceptional level of support to other members of staff in both the conveyancing and private clients departments.

A forward thinking and driven individual, Joanna is a much-valued addition to Horizon Law.


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Robert is a senior consultant of the firm, who qualified as a solicitor in 1989 from Bristol University. 

Robert joined the Private Client’s department of Horizon Law in January 2023, where he specialises in all aspects of Probate, Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney. He has a wealth of experience and is highly respected in this field.

He is a local business ambassador, a legal advisor to Hemel Hempstead Town Football Club and a member of the Lord’s Taverners Charity whose mission is to help disabled and disadvantaged children to participate in sport, as well as being a published writer of articles which provide training and mentoring support to the profession.

With an array of management and legal practice skills, Robert has carried out a broad range of legal matters including civil litigation, personal injury, clinical negligence and employment law and has excelled in a diverse career that ranges from operating as a Managing Partner for a firm with operations in the United Kingdom and in South Africa.

Highlights of his career include leading the high profile Cambridge Analytica High Court litigation and acting for the claimant in the leading Stress at Work case of Dickins v O2.

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