Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accredited Member
Conveyancing is the name given to the process of investigating and transferring land. In this process your solicitor’s overriding obligation is to protect your interests.
At Adams Harrison, we have a residential conveyancing team to help take the stress out of moving home. Our aim is to make the conveyancing process as smooth and as stress free as possible.
We investigate all matters fully in order to protect your long term property and financial interests, while still moving quickly and with a minimum of fuss.
Many people are unfamiliar with the conveyancing process, and we appreciate that even those who have experience of it may be unaware of what actually happens, or even question why it is necessary. We have therefore set out a brief guide by way of explanation.
At Adams Harrison we aim to follow the EASY approach to conveyancing.
E – Efficient and proactive. As an accredited member of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme we must provide you with a highly professional level of service.
A – Accuracy and precision. All our staff are fully trained with a wealth of knowledge and experience about the conveyancing process.
S – Support. Moving home can be stressful and we hope to ease this process by making sure that we are both contactable and approachable.
Y – You. We are there to answer any queries you may have during the course of your transaction. This can be by the most convenient method for you. You will have access to your dedicated fee earner’s email address and direct dial telephone number. You will also have the contact details for their secretary who may be able to provide you with further assistance.
By using us you can feel assured that we will make the process of moving home as EASY as possible.
Please follow this links to more specific infomation about aspects of conveyancing:
- Conveyancing – why do we need it?
- What does conveyancing involve?
- After completion
- Glossary of conveyancing terms
The most often asked question we get is how much conveyancing will cost. To get an initial estimate please use our Fee Calculator below. For an accurate free quotation please use the form to the left.
If you would like to see a detailed guide to our conveyancing costs please go to Residential Conveyancing Fees