Help at all stages when you're buying & selling
Keeping you informed
We understand that one of the most frustrating aspects of buying or selling a home is feeling that you’re not being kept informed. When you ask us a question or there’s an update in your transaction, we’ll respond speedily with the information you need.
Our conveyancing solicitors talk in plain English – so if there is complex legal terminology involved, we’ll explain things in a way that is clear and easily understood.
Trusted by conveyancing clients for over 70 years
For more than 70 years, we’ve acted in all sorts of property transactions, from maisonettes to mansions. Most of our clients come by honest, objective recommendation from other satisfied clients and professionals who have worked with us.
We are also proud to have been the first law firm in Cheltenham to gain membership of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme – a mark of excellence for the home-buying process.
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Specialist advice on declarations of trust
If you’re thinking about owning a property jointly, our advice always is to give some thought to how you would want the sale proceeds to be divided between you should circumstances change and the property needs to be sold.
A declaration of trust is a document that clarifies the position in respect of who is entitled to what after the sale. If you’re living together, you may wish to go further and have a more comprehensive cohabitation agreement – our family law team can provide expert assistance on this.
618+Combined years' experience
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