Q and A - Solicitor Conveyancing Service
Why have conveyancing done by a solicitor?
Standard conveyancing services follow a set of steps that works for standard conveyancing, but a qualified solicitor is a legal professional with the expertise to spot subtle anomalies in the Contract of Sale, call the other party out on any non-standard practices, should they arise, and ensure your rights are protected and upheld throughout the conveyancing process. Your property may well be the biggest investment you ever make, why take a risk? Having a solicitor complete your conveyancing is the right choice to make.
Will the process be difficult?
Most conveyancing matters are very straight forward. Your solicitor is someone who has handled many conveyancing matters before and knows the process well enough to explain it to you in plain language. Being a qualified solicitor they also have the expertise to protect you your rights and interests.
I already know what papers to submit, can I send them right away?
Certainly, you may send papers immediately. As you may already be aware, originals or certified copies may be required and these should be posted rather than sent electronically. The solicitor will review the documents and let you know if anything additional is required. The sooner you send the documents. The sooner you provide the documents the sooner the matter can be settled. However, processing times may also depend on the progress of the other party and their conveyancer.
Do you handle all kinds of conveyancing?
Yes. Chebib Lawyers are experienced in conveyancing matters relating to residential and commercial properties, investment properties, purchases and sales.
Are you covered by professional indemnity insurance?
Yes. Your solicitor is covered by professional indemnity insurance.