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.

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