Our Legal Services
About PWJ Solicitors
We have served generations of individuals and local businesses, providing comprehensive legal advice.
Easing the Burden
Buying or selling a property can be a stressful and complicated experience; whether your home, part of a commercial or buy-to-let transaction. Our specialist legal team will take care of all aspects of the process for you, whatever the focus of your transaction, providing a detailed estimate for the cost of the work involved.
We have extensive experience in all areas and can provide a comprehensive and efficient service, ensuring that all aspects of the transaction run as smoothly as possible, and that you are not left with any undisclosed problems once completion has taken place. We will work closely with your estate agent to ensure that your chain runs smoothly, and can also act for your mortgage lender in most cases to make the process as cost-effective and efficient as possible.
We can provide you with advice on all related issues – whether different forms of joint ownership and their tax and legal ramifications; Lease or tenancy agreements; schedules of condition or dilapidation; or even adverse possession, easement or Lease extension applications for your new property. We can also check for you that your Wills properly provide for the onward inheritance of your new property.
Our team of conveyancing experts have been accredited by the Law Society as part of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, and are proud to have met, and continue to meet on an ongoing basis, the requirements imposed by the Law Society.
Our solicitors can assist with:
- Buying & Selling Residential Property
- Buying & Selling Commercial Property
- Investment Property
- Mortgages and Remortgages
- Equity Release
- Joint Ownership & Declarations of Trust
- Property Tax Issues & Tax Reliefs
How we Charge
We aim to be as transparent as possible about how we calculate your legal costs. Our charges relate mainly to the time spent on your legal matter, plus any addition expenses such as court fees. You can learn more about the sale or purchase of a property from the links below.
September 19, 2020 Stamp Duty ‘Holiday’
August 4, 2020 The Administration of Estates During COVID19