Our conveyancing solicitors have undertaken training in many areas of law, giving you the benefit of a wider knowledge base, before specialising in property transactions.
Whether you are a first-time buyer or your needs include advice on high value or complex property transactions or arrangements, our experienced and approachable solicitors and legally qualified team of property lawyers can advise and guide you and work with you to achieve outcomes tailored to your needs.
Our property lawyers will provide you with a personal service for your:
- House/flat sales and purchases
- Mortgages and remortgages
- Transfer of property interests
- Trust arrangements and advice in respect of contributions and shares in the property
- Rights and covenants
- Equity release
We do not operate through call centres, referral fees from agents or introducers, or standardised portal logins. We do not sell ‘related’ products and obtain commissions on these. We give fully independent and impartial conveyancing advice. Whether you are looking to move into your dream house, release funds from a sale, or clarify and resolve arrangements or rights, we will provide you with a timely, bespoke and personal service. You will talk to the solicitor who will be responsible for your transaction when you engage us and throughout the transaction.
Your property transaction is not simply a process – it is important that we know what your aims are and that your sale is not jeopardised through lack of knowledge or experience. Property is not only a valuable asset; it is of fundamental importance to the lives that we lead.
We will provide you with an estimate of our charges before you are committed to using us. For most transactions we will be able to give a fixed fee estimate, setting out what is included within this. It will be clear from the outset which of our lawyers may work for you.
Click here to see the profiles of the lawyers who will act for you.
Click here for examples of our fees.
Please note, that it may be necessary for another solicitor to carry out work for you in the event that your solicitor is not in the office, for example, if they are on holiday, on maternity leave or are unwell. Should that be the case we will inform you of the solicitor who will deal with your work.