We understand that life brings change. You could be leasing your first flat, buying a property with a partner or friend, remortgaging your family home to obtain a better deal or to release some equity, expanding your property empire, utilising your right to buy or moving into a retirement home. You could be in a dispute with your neighbour over a right of way or boundaries or you may wish to extend your lease. Whatever your situation we have years of conveyancing experience and knowledge to guide you through the legal process to a successful outcome.
We pride ourselves on the high quality personal service we offer. Your dedicated conveyancer will explain every detail of the process and make sure all deadlines are met. We work quickly, efficiently and accurately to ensure that your transaction is as smooth as possible. Communication is of the upmost importance and you will be kept informed at each stage of the procedure.
Accredited under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme
Witts Moloney is accredited under the prestigious Law Society CQS Scheme which recognises the quality of standard for residential conveyancing practices giving absolute assurance to you, our client. Membership means that we follow best practice, meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service, whilst satisfying the requirements of regulators, lenders and insurers. Buying or selling a property is probably the biggest transaction you will ever make, and having CQS accreditation indicates that we have the necessary skills and experience to guide you through the process successfully. It gives you a guarantee that we will provide you with the very best service and conveyancing advice.
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A change in circumstances often means you may need to change your Will. Please click here for more information on the wills service we offer. We also offer service in Family Dispute and Residential Property if you would like to know any more information about either of these areas.