Buying and selling property is often referred to as ‘conveyancing’, which is a term referring to the legal transfer of the property title from one party to another.

The process can be complex, confusing and circuitous, but our experts will guide you through, to ensure that your experience is positive and that your objectives are realised.

With a rich heritage of providing conveyancing services, we have unrivalled local knowledge, which we will use to your advantage when providing our advice. Further, our approach is to provide service levels akin to city firms, but at a more competitive price. You will find that our fees are transparent and we are happy to provide an estimate of charges, without obligation, which will elaborate on our expertise and give clarity of charging.

We understand how important it is to be kept updated throughout your transaction, whether the news is good, bad, or, in some cases, when there is no news at all. Communication is key and we pride ourselves on being accessible, proactive and prompt.

Our accreditation with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme demonstrates our commitment to working with other key stakeholders – lenders, estate agents and other solicitors, for example, to ensure that your transaction proceeds efficiently. When all parties want the same result, we believe that a courteous, collaborative and co-operative approach is paramount. 

We are supported by specialist teams who can provide additional advice and assistance on taxation, particularly stamp duty land tax, along with planning so that you can be sure that your investment is sound. We can also help with wills, powers of attorney and more general tax planning. 

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Key contacts

Sara Hull

Senior Associate (Chartered Legal Executive)
Team Leader

+44 (0)1245 211342

+44 (0)7815 701671

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