Brighouse Wolff Solicitors were delighted to be one of the first legal practices in the country to secure Membership of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) – the mark of excellence for home-buying services.
Buying a property probably represents one of the most important investments you will make during your lifetime. Whether you are buying or selling a house, it can prove to be a stressful time. At Brighouse Wolff our experienced Residential Conveyancing Teams are here to ensure that your transaction runs as smoothly as possible, from initial instruction through to completion.
You need to have confidence that the transaction is being handled properly and also that you are making the right choices. Our Conveyancing Departments will give you the independent and impartial advice you need, based on sound legal principal and also years of experience. Our aim is that you benefit from our expertise, so the whole process will be as painless and stress-free as possible.
All the stages involved in your transaction can be explained to you and your questions answered. Before you instruct us, we will be more than happy to give you a quote for the likely costs and disbursements involved.
We do not aim to compete with those offering a cut price conveyancing service (with a minimal service to match), but we do aim to provide the best possible service at an affordable price.
We aim to open a file within 5 days from receipt of taking formal instructions.
What is included in our fees
Conveyancing fees: Our legal fees are fixed fees (unless otherwise agreed prior to accepting instructions). Our fees do not include 3rd party fees such as Landlords administration costs, notice of transfer and charge fees (payable to Landlords/their Agents) apportionments of ground rent and/or service charge.
Deed of Covenant fees, Share Certificate fees: Such fees are normally associated with leasehold flats or leasehold/freehold houses in which a management company retain control over maintained areas upon the estate.
3rd party fees will only become known throughout the process of the transaction.