Quality & stress-free conveyancing

We are fully accredited with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme. One of the most important aims of the scheme is to ensure that transactions run as smoothly as possible. We know that each and every transaction is different so we don’t just put you through some standardised process.

As part of our commitment to the scheme, our team will:

  • explain clearly the steps in the process of buying or selling your home and what you can expect from your conveyancing solicitor;
  • tell you what costs will be involved;
  • keep you informed of progress in your sale or purchase; and
  • work in accordance with the quality standards of the scheme.

Don't take our word for it

Many thanks for all your hard work with the sale and purchase of our homes. We are very grateful for your help and advice through this sometimes stressful process. We are now settled into our new home and have finally finished unpacking boxes.
We just wanted to say thank you for all your support during our recent sale and purchase. You were always friendly, professional and supportive.
Thank you so much for your help and kindness with our move. A very professional and friendly service. Highly recommended
Thank you Jackie for seeing us through a difficult time for us with a safe and caring pair of hands. You do a wonderful job. We are busy but enjoying being in our new house.
Thank you very much for your professionalism in dealing with this matter, it was a pleasure to have yourself and Machins represent me. A job well done by all!

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