Why do I need a conveyancing solicitor?
A conveyancing solicitor is instructed to carry out the legal work in regards to the changing of ownership when buying or selling a home. They can also assist you in a ‘transfer of equity’ which relates to adding or removing a party from the deeds to the home and mortgage, as well as extending the lease on a leasehold property.
Choosing a solicitor
When needing a solicitor to carry out the legal work for your property, it can be difficult to know who to turn to. Our conveyancing tool allows you to compare low cost conveyancing fees as well as the location and the quality of service provided by each of the nationwide solicitor’s based on previous client experiences.
All of the solicitor’s offer the following as part of their service to you;
- Advanced case tracking via personal online access login
- No sale, no fee guarantee*
- Live link to solicitor to ask questions
The conveyancing services promoted here are not part of the Openwork offering and are offered in our own right. Openwork Limited accept no responsibility for this aspect of our business. Conveyancing is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
*Legal fees are quoted on a ‘no completion, no fee’ basis. This means you will not be charged these fees if your case does not complete. However, any disbursements properly incurred on your behalf, such as search fees are payable even if the case fails to complete, No completion no fee cover is valid also in relation to the first abortive sale / purchase of your property. If this sale / purchase proves unsuccessful and a new buyer is found, this firm reserves the right to charge for each subsequent abortive transaction.