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Conveyancer and solicitor FAQs

Where are your conveyancers and property solicitors based?


In-Deed’s conveyancing solicitors are located all over England and Wales. In-Deed brings them to you, providing you with the best solicitors available in the country without you ever having to leave your home.

Check out the ‘Do I need my solicitor to be local?’ question to find out more about how the appointed solicitor will work on your case.

Are all your conveyancers and property solicitors qualified?


Yes, all our property solicitors are fully qualified, and are regulated under the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), and accredited under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). They have been checked by In-Deed’s Director of Panel Management to make sure that they really are the best available, and are experts in what they do, dedicated to providing top-notch customer service.

Not all conveyancing solicitors have the same level of qualifications, and, in order to receive the best level of service, you want a qualified solicitor with a wealth of conveyancing experience behind them. At In-Deed, we can guarantee that all our solicitors meet a strict set of criteria set out by our Legal Services Director.

You only have to look at the excellent feedback and comments that we receive from satisfied clients on Trust Pilot to be assured that you will receive great value and a high quality service if you instruct with us.

Are all conveyancing solicitors the same?


At In-Deed, we guarantee to provide you with one of the best conveyancing solicitors in the UK. You know you will work with a solicitor who is fully-qualified and experienced. All of our conveyancing solicitors are accredited under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Sadly, this is not always the case with other law firms and conveyancers. As with any profession, there are poor, average, good and fantastic levels of service, which is dependent on the firm and property solicitor handling your case.

To instruct an In-Deed solicitor, call our team of experts on 0800 038 6886.

Do I need to use a conveyancer or solicitor for my conveyancing?


No, you don’t have to have professional representation. There is no legal requirement for you to instruct a conveyancing solicitor, and you can choose to do the conveyancing yourself.

However, conveyancing is a complicated, time-consuming process, and it involves a number of legal documents, making the process risky if you don’t know what you are doing.

And you won’t have the professional indemnity insurance that all conveyancing solicitors are obliged to carry by the Law Society to protect you.

Furthermore, a lot of mortgage lenders will insist that a professional does the work, which would create an issue with sorting out your finances.

The low-cost, fixed-fee, highly-recommended service that In-Deed offers will ensure that your transaction is smooth and stress-free. Give us a call on 0800 038 6886 to discuss your plans and needs.

Does In-Deed carry out commercial property conveyancing?


Yes, we do.

Because the commercial conveyancing process is slightly different from the residential option, and with the legal costs varying, if you want an accurate commercial conveyancing quote, you can call one of our advisers on 0800 038 6886 or drop us an email at [email protected], and we will be very happy to help you with your commercial property sale or purchase.

What sort of conveyancing service can I expect?


Some conveyancing firms try to make more money by juggling a high volume of cases at once. But a heavy case-load means that your sale or purchase may be relegated to the back of the queue. Or, even worse, your case could be passed around a team of solicitors, or even sent offshore, which means it won’t get the consistent focus your case needs.

At In-Deed, every customer has a UK-based personal conveyancing solicitor who works with you throughout the entire process; they really get to know you and your case!

Furthermore, at In-Deed, we have systems in place, which mean our property solicitors only handle a set number of cases. This means every customer receives a high quality, personal service that’s specific to their needs.

To find out more, why not give our waiting experts a call on 0800 038 6886? Or you can drop us an email at [email protected].

How and when can I contact my conveyancing solicitor?


When you formally instruct with In-Deed, we will assign you an experienced and proactive conveyancing solicitor. Using the contact information you provided to us, we will send you an email that confirms your details (personal, information about the home and finances, and a breakdown of the fees), and your appointed solicitor’s contact details. We recommend that you store this email in a safe but readily accessible place so that you always have it to hand should you want to contact your solicitor.

The email will give you the conveyancer’s name, which firm they work for, the address of their office, and the contact numbers and email address.

Your conveyancing solicitor will be able to confirm when their specific business hours are, but these are usually 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday. If you need to contact your solicitor outside these times, then please don’t hesitate to either call and leave a message, or send an email, and they will get back to you as soon as they can.

In-Deed, though, is available seven days a week, and, on most weekdays, until 20:00. So we provide additional assistance and support to you, working hard to keep your conveyancing transaction moving along. Please don’t hesitate to call one of our advisors on 0800 038 6886, or drop us an email at [email protected], and we will be happy to help you.