For life overseas. With our seal of approval.
We are home to one of only a small number of specialist solicitors trained to authenticate legal documents for use in the UK or abroad.
You’ve had the thrill of your bid being accepted and now things are getting serious! For most people, buying a new house is the most important and biggest purchase of their lives. There are many other professionals involved in the process, such as estate agents and mortgage brokers, but it is the work done by your solicitor that is pivotal to the entire process and a role that is often misunderstood.
The legal process of buying a property involves:
We are highly trained in fraud prevention and have excellent systems in place to ensure that your money is kept safe and secure.
It’s our aim to ensure that your purchase progresses as smoothly as possible. Experience has shown us that when there are lots of parties involved this can be tricky, however our outstanding client communication and teamwork, means that you will always have someone to speak to.
We will be realistic about the timescales, but we will endeavour to work to the dates you require and keep you updated as much as possible. We pride ourselves on a personal service and appreciate that buying a home can be a stressful time.
"Thank you so much for your help with this , I think it's a very good result. I'm sure I'll end up needing your services again at some point in the future! And I know whom to recommend should anyone need an excellent solicitor”.
- Lotte Worthington
"A first-class service at all times over a four-year period. Highly professional, reputable and informative."
"Martin was excellent in all our dealings with my mother and her Will and sorting this out for her. Always professional, but very approachable and honest."
"I am very happy with the service provided. Massive thank you to the team."
“Thank you for all your assistance regarding our deed of family arrangement. You were all very professional and thorough which made it all a lot easier to understand and complete."