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Using a Conveyancing Lawyers Inverness

A number of different options exist for those looking for conveyancing services - from licensed conveyancers and banks which employ paralegals to offer conveyancing advice to law firms which offer a more personalised service to clients.

South Forrest
01463 237171
8 Ardross Terrace
Inverness

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Macritchie Law Accountant
01463 236008
7 Broadstone Park
Inverness

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Ledingham Chalmers Solicitors
01463 713071
Kintail House
Inverness

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Allen & Shaw
01463 225555
23 Academy Street
Inverness

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Mckenzie Law Practice
01463 713718
6 Queensgate
Inverness

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Cowan Douglas Law
01463 243183
22 Queensgate Business Centre
Inverness

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Macneill & Critchley
01463 232081
9 Ardross Street
Inverness

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R W Mcclurg & Co
01463 732300
52 Union Road
Inverness

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Fleetwood & Robb
01463 226232
11 Queensgate
Inverness

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Torquil Macleod & Co
01463 729713
5 Longman Road
Inverness

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Using a Conveyancing Lawyers

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Your choice of conveyancing lawyer will be vital to the procedure of buying or selling a home that many people find one of the most stressful experiences of their lives. You will want to feel confident that your conveyancing lawyer can comfortably negotiate the various hoops you will have to jump through so that you can get on with the rest of your life.

To help ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible TakeLegalAdvice.com has asked a panel of conveyancing lawyers what advice they can give to those buying or selling a home.

Why use a conveyancing lawyer?

A number of different options exist for those looking for conveyancing services - from licensed conveyancers and banks which employ paralegals to offer conveyancing advice to law firms which offer a more personalised service to clients.

People sometimes believe a conveyancing lawyer is not required for what they assume is a box-ticking process of bureaucracy. In reality your conveyancing lawyer will play a key role in a series of legal requirements that are growing increasingly complex.

Matthew Stubbs, conveyancing lawyer at London firm Balogun Kirvan , says different clients have different requirements when it comes to house purchase. “Some clients want a quick, easy and cheap fix and there are many companies who provide this type of service. Other clients, however, require a professional service.” He warns that many transactions turn out to be more complex than anticipated.

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