Conveyancing Services

Conveyancing Services

We know that moving house can be one of life’s most stressful experiences, but we are here to prove that it does not need to be. Our friendly and efficient team are Conveyancing specialists and offer a wealth of knowledge in property law, ensuring that you are in safe hands.

Whether you need help with buying and selling property, re-mortgaging, estate planning, or transfer of equity, the team here at My Law Matters should always be your first port of call.

To speak to a member of our Conveyancing team please enquire here or call 0800 288 9947.

Finding a Conveyancing Solicitor who won’t charge you an arm and a leg, who is going to understand your needs and are willing to go the extra mile can often be difficult. Our solicitors offer a convenient, efficient, and friendly service.

Our aim is to make the process as easy as possible for you. We do things differently, offering a transparent cost summary at the start of the process. Our legal experts only use plain English, no legal jargon and supply clear information when keeping you up to date. You will be able to follow the progress of your matter on your own interactive customer portal.

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring ownership of a property from one party to another. Commonly referring to the whole of the legal-administrative work undertaken to enable a house sale or purchase to be legally valid, it is undertaken by solicitors or specialist licensed Conveyancers. We recognize that this process can be complicated, our team of Conveyancing specialists will work with you to provide expert legal advice and guidance at every stage of the process, giving you the simple, reliable and cost-effective service, you deserve.

Breakdown of the Conveyancing Process

Your conveyancing provider will acquire the contract package through the seller's solicitor while your bid on the property is accepted. The bank will approve the mortgage once the valuer has reviewed the property. Set a date for a survey by a regulated Chartered Surveyor.
Your conveyancing provider will receive your mortgage proposal and conduct all relevant local authority searches.
Your conveyancing provider examines the contract package, outcomes of the local authority searches and the mortgage proposal before relaying the necessary details to you. You will consult on completion dates before arranging a date with the seller's conveyancing provider. Your mortgage provider will be informed of the most suitable completion dates. Examine the information your conveyancing provider shares with you, asking any relevant questions before signing the contract and returning it to your provider.
Your conveyancing provider will notify the seller's solicitor of your desire to move forward with exchanging contracts. Send the deposit to your conveyancing provider.
Your conveyancing provider will exchange contracts with the seller's conveyancing provider. The deposit is sent to the seller's conveyancer.
Your conveyancing provider will create the completion statement and dispatch this to you. They will conduct priority searches and request that you organise building insurance.
Your conveyancing provider will draft the transfer deed. You will need to examine, sign and return the transfer deed.
Your conveyancing provider will dispatch the completed transfer deed to the seller's conveyancing solicitor and ask your mortgage lender for the finances.
Your conveyancing provider will transfer the payment for the property (less the deposit) to the seller's conveyancer and obtain the title deeds, transfer deeds and evidence that any delinquent mortgages have been redeemed. When the seller's solicitor advises you to do so, you collect the keys and begin moving in.

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