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Whenever you buy, sell or remortgage a property you’ll want the services of a firm that is expert in Conveyancing to help you complete the legal side of the transaction properly, smoothly, efficiently and cost-effectively.

Unfortunately, not all businesses that offer Conveyancing services are as proficient or as value-for-money as they could be. You should also be aware that there is no set standard for the information that should be contained in a Conveyancing quotation.

 If you don’t already have a trusted professional who will do this work for you at a competitive price, then we’d recommend that you consider the accompanying, comprehensive quotations. The last thing that we want is for your transaction to be made more difficult or more expensive than it needs to be!

We are able to provide accurate, real-time quotations from a number of the country’s top conveyancing specialist firms using an award-winning system.

In summary, using this system brings you these benefits:
• Expertise and efficiency :  Access to top, conveyancing-specialist firms
• Dedicated case handlers :  Colleagues to cover holidays and absences as back up
• Value for money :  Economies of scale and communication by phone and email keep fees very competitive
• No Completion, No Fee :  No charge for the lawyer’s time if your case doesn’t complete
• Itemised Quotations :  Easy to read and understand+
• Information flow :  Our business is kept informed of progress 
• No need to visit the law firm :  no need to take time out, everything is done by post and email

Please be aware that as this is a special arrangement through the system that we use, you are not able to
instruct the law firm yourself and still obtain the same package of benefits.


Putting your life insurance in trust could help your loved ones when you’re gone. Less tax and a quicker pay out being just two good reasons.

You might not want to think about what happens after you’re gone. But what’s certain is you’ll want to help make sure the people you leave behind are looked after, financially speaking. If the worst does happen, your life insurance could pay out a cash lump sum to your loved ones.

However, putting – or ‘writing’ – your life insurance policy in trust means having more control over who benefits from that pay out. It could also help reduce the chance of an inheritance tax bill and it’ll speed up how quickly the money’s released.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

No doubt you have taken care to ensure that your assets go to the right people when you die by making a Will. If you care enough about what happens to your assets after you die, then you ought to care even more about managing your affairs during your lifetime.

What is Powers of Attorney?
Powers of Attorney (POA) have been serving the public for centuries. They are powerful legal documents which allow an individual (Donor) to appoint a person of their own choice (an Attorney), to look after their affairs should they at a later stage no longer wish to make these decisions, or lack the capacity to manage their affairs themselves.

Lasting Power of Attorney for Property & Financial Affairs This allows the persons appointed (the Attorneys) to make decisions about paying bills, dealing with banks and investments, arranging and collecting benefits and even selling property on behalf of the Donor. Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare This allows the Attorney(s) to make decisions for the Donor such as care issues, where the Donor lives, and, where the Donor wishes, giving or refusing consent to life-sustaining treatment.

As the name of the power suggests (‘lasting’) both of these powers continue to be valid even after the Donor loses capacity. Once registered, a Lasting Power of Attorney for Property and Financial Affairs can be used by the Attorneys at any time, HOWEVER, a Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare can ONLY be used when the Donor has lost mental capacity.


When buying a house, your mortgage provider will carry out a valuation to check the property is mortgagable, but it’s essential to instruct an independent survey to protect your interests.

We can help you with various types of surveys:

  • Basic Valution
  • Help to Buy Valuation
  • Homebuyers Report
  • Building Survey
  • EPC
  • Specialist reports

and many more.

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