Why use a qualified lawyer?. We explain the importance of using a qualified person.
Solicitors Conveyancing - Why use a qualified conveyancer?
It's a simple fact of living today: Everyone needs to save some money, and most are feeling the pressure of poor economic times. For this reason it is becoming a sore temptation for many to try to undertake the property sale/purchase legal work themselves. The do-it-yourself culture is encouraged for the house-selling process in an attempt to save cash by cutting out the estate agent. Opinion varies wildly on the usefulness / necessity of the Estate Agent, but there should be no doubt about the importance of using a trained and qualified solicitor
to do your conveyancing
Conveyancing is a complex process, which facilitates the transfer of title of ownership from one person to another. It also often involves the precisely timed action of transferring sizable amount of monies between lenders and property buyers / sellers. There are many things that can go wrong during the conveyancing process, and for this reason a solicitor is very well insured, minimizing their exposure should something go awry. This will not be the case with an individual, who would not be able to get such insurance at a cost-effective rate.
Don't be a cheapskate, and get a sensible legal quote using the form above. You won’t regret spending the cash.
Author: Terry Davies
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