Conveyancing law

We offer a high-quality, flexible residential conveyancing service to meet the precise requirements of individuals, institutions and other organisations when buying or selling a property. We cover every part of England and Wales and in all our conveyancing work we make full use of our Filestream case management system to make everything run as efficiently as possible.

We deal with every type of residential property, including:

  • High-value transactions
  • Landed estates
  • Auction sales and purchases
  • Contract races
  • Complex matters

What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the process undertaken by property solicitors to transfer legal ownership of property from one person to another, when buying or selling a house or flat.

Moving home can be very stressful but we aim to make the process as simple and smooth as possible. Our aim is to exceed your expectations at all times.

We are based in Bristol and our team has extensive experience in property transactions. We provide a service that combines the latest technology with traditional standards of personal attention and service. Each matter is handled by a senior and experienced conveyancer who has an assigned assistant, ensuring you have two named contacts. We are available by phone or email if you need us to answer your questions, update you or just for reassurance.

Over 80 per cent of our instructions are either from existing clients or the result of recommendations from them.

For more information, please get in touch.

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