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Property

What is Property Law or Conveyancing?

In its simplest form Property Law deals with anything relating to property and land. The term conveyancing, which is often used in this field of law, refers to the transfer of a title from one person to another.

What areas of Property Law do you specialise in?

  • Residential transactions
  • Commercial transactions
  • Purchases & Sales
  • Mortgages & Re-mortgages
  • Home Equity Plans
  • Transfers of Equity

If you don’t see what you’re looking for here please give us a call, the chances are we’ll be able to help.

Why should I use your Property Law Solicitors?

Our solicitors specialise in successfully dealing with a wide variety of property matters from initial advice through to completion. We are members of the Law society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), which means that we meet the high standards that the Law Society sets to ensure that we give our clients a professional and quality conveyancing service.

The Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS)

CQS logo

We are proud to have achieved the standards of practice and integrity required to be accredited by the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme.

This scheme’s logo is your guarantee that our practice will provide you with a professional and quality conveyancing service in accordance with the scheme rules.

What you can expect from us:

  • when you contact us to discuss your sale or purchase we will explain clearly the steps in the process and what you can expect from your solicitor
  • we will tell you what the costs will be
  • we will keep you informed of progress in your sale or purchase
  • we will work in line with the quality standards of the Law Society’s CQS.

We will:

  • treat you fairly
  • be polite and professional
  • respond promptly to your enquiries
  • tell you about any problems as soon as we are aware of them
  • ask for your feedback on our service

If you want to complain about a solicitor, please ask for details of our firm’s complaints procedure.

If you have any other concern about the firm as a member of the CQS, please contact the accreditation office at the Law Society:
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7316 5550

Our Property Team

With 70 years experience between them the expertise and advice that Myron Handzij and his team offers can simplify and shorten the legal process, provide you with a realistic assessment of your situation, as well as providing you with the comfort of knowing that all the legal requirements and issues will be managed professionally.

To help make things a little easier we offer:

  • Home visits
  • Out of hours appointments
  • Off street parking
  • Disabled parking and facilities

Who will I be dealing with?

Sarah Bright Property Law Myron Handzij property law Majid Hussain
Property Law
Sarah Bright Myron Handzij Majid Hussain
Property Law
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How much will it cost?

In keeping with the new Transparency Rules (01.12.2018) we are happy to provide further information concerning the costs relating to residential property and conveyancing transactions.

Details are provided on the following:

PLEASE NOTE:

  • The figures in these PDFs are for standard transactions.
  • If unforeseen events occur, additional costs may result but we will always discuss these with you.
  • Additional costs will also apply in relation to new builds, indemnity insurance policies or additional searches e.g. a flood search.
  • Please contact us direct for a personal quote on 01535 662644 and ask for a member of the Property Team.

WTW Solicitors also provide guides explaining the legal process of:

For any commercial property transactions please call our Property Team on 01535 662644.

We promise to be up front about our costs and we will also discuss what payment methods are available. We understand that the costs for legal services can be a real worry for clients so click on Legal Fees to find out more.

Free Initial Enquiry

We would be delighted to explain how we can help you. For your free, initial enquiry, please: