Moving house can be as stressful as it is exciting. That’s why our conveyancing solicitors in Guildford and London not only recognise the importance of being thorough on the legal side, but also of keeping you informed and guiding you through the whole process. Our clients know they are in good hands, so they return to us time and again. We provide an accessible, pro-active service and the creative thinking to find a way out of problems when they arise. We are also prompt in returning calls – be they from you, estate agents or property lawyers acting for the other side.

 You can probably find a property lawyer to do the work for less. But as with so much in life, you get what you pay for. So if you are looking for a thorough, high-quality service from someone you can get hold of and that takes the time to talk things through, give us a call.We have acted on behalf of clients on every continent. So dealing internationally is familiar territory. We can courier or email documents to you, sign them on your behalf under a Power of Attorney, and keep you updated by email or phone depending on your needs.

Satisfied clients return to us over and over again. Here are a few of their comments:

"You certainly made the process easy for me and I will definitely recommend you to my friends should they require legal work"

"Thank you again for your excellent and superb efficiency. It is as ever an absolute pleasure doing business with you"

"We are so happy that you were recommended to us and helped make what is usually a pretty stressful business as pain free as possible"

"We won’t hesitate to ask you if we need similar service in the future"

For further details, please contact Mike SladeSamantha Chubb, Paul Richardson, or Alex Munday-Muir.

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