“The AviGhna Group” is the law firm founded by Sangita Sangar. We specialise in real estate and offer a unique Private Counsel service for your family and business.
In Sanskrit the name ‘AviGhna’ means ‘the remover of obstacles’. We chose it because it embodies the spirit of our firm and the positive energy we bring to work every day. Our work may be complex, but our mission is simple: to empower our clients and provide solutions to their problems.
As a boutique law firm, we are renowned for our property expertise and our unique Private Counsel service. We combine stellar legal skills and deep emotional intelligence to bring clarity and resolution to intricate, high stake projects.
Excellence is at the heart of everything we do. We are single-mindedly focused on how we can best serve you and the people in your world.
A selection of recent articles, videos and features
that feature AviGhna or Sangita.
The Age of Openness Dawns
The Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 and its impact on property ownership.
AviGhna | March 24, 2022
AviGhna advises Lemon Pepper Holdings on new lease for first UK Wingstop store
Specialist law firm AviGhna advised Lemon Pepper Holdings Ltd. on negotiating and signing a lease for 138-140 Shaftesbury Avenue in Central London, the location for the first ever Wingstop store in Europe. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Founded in Texas almost 25
AviGhna | June 5, 2018
Looking the business
Dress codes in the city are evolving, and with them, the role of the personal stylist. Once seen as a luxury, a “dresser” is now recognised as a legitimate business tool. Lucia van der Post meets four executives who are ahead of the curve. Main photograph by Richard Grassie
Lucia van der Post | December 13, 2012
As lawyer Sangita Sangar says, why wouldn’t I use somebody to help with something so important, which affects how I look every day? The first female equity partner in her law firm, Sangar needs to project a more sophisticated image. She met stylist Annabel Hodin through a friend, and was
Annabelhodin | December 13, 2012