Property solicitors at Bishopsgate Law act for property clients nationally for property transactions in England and Wales. Fixed fee with no hidden extras. Save on legal fees. Fast efficient property conveyancing from a friendly team. No Move No Fee.
We carry out conveyancing for property sale or purchase, remortgage, lease extension or equity transfer, and we operate a remote service where clients never have to visit our offices.
Bishopsgate Law property solicitors are ready to help make sure your property sale or purchase goes smoothly. Get an online conveyancing quote from us 24/7 using our quote calculator:Get your quote now ››
The legal fees in the conveyancing quote supplied to you are fixed and guaranteed, with no hidden extras. We clearly set out what we do and the fees and changes you will pay when we send you a conveyancing quote.
Our No Move No Fee policy makes sure that if your sale or purchase does not proceed past exchange of contracts your payment towards our legal fees will be refunded.
Bishopsgate Law property solicitors is an SRA-regulated law firm and an accredited member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process.
Our property solicitors act for conveyancing clients nationally for property transactions in England and Wales. Our clients do not need to visit our offices.
Bishopsgate Law is trusted by the country's leading mortgage lenders. Solicitors usually need to be on the panel of your chosen mortgage lender in order to act for you, as your solicitor will be acting on behalf of your lender as well.
Client care is a top priority. Our property solicitors will keep you fully informed about the progress of your property purchase or sale throughout the process, and our aim is always to help make your home purchase or sale as straightforward and stress-free as possible.
Conveyancing is an important and sometimes complex process that must be gone through when a property is bought or sold. Whether you are buying or selling property, choosing Bishopsgate Law property solicitors for your legal conveyancing will help make sure your home move goes smoothly.
Our property lawyers can carry out conveyancing for property sales, property purchases, property sales and purchases and new build property purchases.
Property solicitors at Bishopsgate Law can carry out remortgage conveyancing.
Property solicitors at Bishopsgate Law can carry out lease extension conveyancing.
Property solicitors at Bishopsgate Law can carry out transfer of equity conveyancing.
We act for commercial property law clients.
Our property solicitors and conveyancers understand your requirements when buying or selling your property, and you can trust us to look after the legal process required for your property sale or property purchase to take place and to keep you fully informed and up to date at all times.
A dedicated team of two is allocated to work on each conveyancing file to ensure continuity of service and effective communication with our clients as their matter progresses.
We have more than 90 staff including solicitors, trainee solicitors, a notary public, licensed conveyancers, chartered legal executives, conveyancers, paralegals, legal assistants, a client care team, compliance team, accounts and administration.
Bishopsgate Law is an SRA-regulated solicitors practice. We act for property conveyancing clients nationally for conveyancing transactions in England and Wales. Our offices are in London and Hertfordshire.
Bishopsgate Law is open for business. We are dealing with the Coronavirus situation with our Business Contingency Plan in operation to allow us to continue provision of our services. We are functioning fully with our staff working remotely, and have systems in place to provide our services while making it unnecessary for clients to visit our offices.
Free guide about conveyancing. The buying and selling legal process, what a conveyancing solicitor does, exchange of contracts and completion dates, searches, disbursements, why we need to do identity checks - all explained.