The residential Conveyancing department comprises Trisha Djemal and Michael Cornwall, both of whom have extensive experience in buying and selling residential and commercial property and possess a detailed local knowledge. The vast majority of our work comes from recommendations and repeat business from existing clients.
Complete our conveyancing questionnaire for a quotation.
We can help you in all aspects of property matters including:
- Freehold and Leasehold sales and purchases
- Preparation of all necessary searches such as Local Authority, Environmental, Drainage, Chancel and Plansearch
- Specialist searches such as Mining and Common Land Searches
- Mortgages and re-mortgages
- Transfers of equity and gifts
- Matrimonial conveyancing
- Purchase of UK properties for overseas residents
- Council house and flat purchases
- Auction purchase and sales
We provide a fixed fee conveyancing service and will provide you with a detailed quotation setting out in full our professional fees and disbursements.
We are committed to offering a personal service and your property matter will be dealt with by one of the above Solicitors/Conveyancers who will be responsible for your case from receipt of your instructions until its conclusion.
Whilst we handle very many property transactions, we understand that buying or selling your home is likely to be the largest single transaction in your life and we therefore pride ourselves on effective communication with our clients and other parties involved and will keep you up to date on developments via post, telephone, facsimile or e-mail.
You can obtain a free no obligation quote by filling in our online quote form. Alternatively, please contact Trisha or Michael for an informal chat and quotation.
Should you require a bespoke Conveyancing service in relation to an unusual or difficult property transaction or require completion within a short time frame, please call to discuss your particular requirements and to obtain a quote. We have a very good reputation for successfully completing difficult transactions in a short period of time.
You can also read our Guide to Conveyancing for more information.