Property services

What work can we do for you?

Our conveyancing team acts on behalf of our deputyship clients on all stages of the process involved in buying or selling freehold or leasehold property.  They also carry out residential property transactions in probate matters and for our trust clients.


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Our team is Katherine Forster, a Senior Associate Solicitor, Suzanne Shaw, Property Secretary and Karen Robinson, a Licensed Conveyancer.


Please note that we are not able to act on purchases of property where a mortgage is required.

 How much do we charge?

 Stages of the process:

The precise stages in the conveyancing process vary depending on the circumstances of your matter.  However, key stages in a transaction are set out below and our costs include the following:

On Sale:

 On Purchase:


Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as Land Registry fees.  We handle the payment of the disbursements on your behalf to ensure a smoother process.  Potential disbursements can be, but are not limited to, the following:

On Sale:

On Purchase:

How long will it take?:

Typical timescales for a typical conveyancing transaction may be 6-8 weeks from the date that you instruct us to completion of the transaction but this depends upon many factors, such as:

and many other factors.

We will keep you fully informed throughout the process of any factors that arise that may affect the timescale of the matter.