Services to help with the legal side of life’s big events

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Father playing with children and toy cars illustration

Services to help with the legal side of life’s big events

Why choose us?

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Lawyers when you need them

We get lawyers to do the important things, and let technology handle the admin. Then we pass the savings on to you.

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Friendly, helpful people

We make everything clear online. But sometimes you want to talk to someone. Give us a call and chat to someone nice and experienced.

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Simple, honest prices

You should never be guessing how much you’ll have to pay for legal work. We tell you exactly how much it’ll cost before we start.

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LegalZoom made my experience as a first time buyer a brilliant one.

Kayleigh Bailey

All our personal services

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Buy a home

Found your dream home? Great, now  you just need a dedicated conveyancer to sort out the legal side.

From £495 + VAT

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Sell a home

Got a buyer? Don’t worry, we’ll help  you keep everything on track – and you can monitor it all online.

From £495 + VAT

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Buy and sell a home

Need to co-ordinate buying and selling at the same time? We’ve got the tech and the people to support you.

From £990 + VAT

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Make a Will

Make it easier for the people you leave behind. You can make a will online or by talking to a solicitor. It’s simple.

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Lasting Power of Attorney

Who should make decisions for you if you’re ever too ill to think for yourself? Choose now and make it easy for them.

Want some help?  Give us a call on

0300 4563 472

Mon to Thu: 9am to 5.30pm, Fri: 9am to 5.00pm

Want some help?
Give us a call on

0300 4563 472

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5.30pm

Frequently asked questions

What is a Will?

A Will is a legal document that sets out what you want to happen to your money, property and things when you die.

What’s a Lasting Power of Attorney?

It’s a legal document where you nominate a friend or relative to look after your affairs if you can’t do it yourself anymore. There are two types – one for Property and Finance, and another for Health and Welfare.

What’s a Living Will? (And what’s an advance statement?)

A Living Will is a document that allows you to refuse medical care or treatment if you’re ill or have an accident, and can’t make decisions or communicate. It’s also called an ‘advance decision’ and is legally binding – so your family and medical staff have to follow it.

An advance statement sets out your likes and dislikes, and anything you want to make you more comfortable. So that might be things like whether you’d like to be cared for at home or in a hospice, who you want to be consulted about your care, right down to the food you do (or don’t) want to eat. Advance statements aren’t legal documents, so your family or carers don’t have to follow them – but they’re useful guidance for people to know how you’d like to be treated if you can’t tell them yourself.

What’s conveyancing?

It’s the process of transferring legal ownership of a property from the seller to the buyer. And it covers all the admin and legal to-ing and fro-ing you need to get a purchase recognised by law. Conveyancing kicks off when someone accepts an offer on their property, and wraps up when the keys change hands. It normally takes between eight and twelve weeks, depending on the circumstances of the transaction. In between, there’s an awful lot of paperwork. We’ll handle it for you. Our mix of personal service and tech back-up means you get the best of both worlds – individual attention with efficiency and great service.

What are the main delays in conveyancing?

In our experience, conveyancing can be held up by many things, and it’s important to note that often these are out of the control of your conveyancer. Typically, delays in the conveyancing process are caused further down the property chain, usually when waiting for information from other parties involved in the transaction like a mortgage offer or a leasehold information pack from a landlord.

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