Our experienced team of conveyancers will take care of all the legal aspects of moving house and help you understand your rights and liabilities, making sure that the transaction runs as smoothly and as quickly as possible. We also offer no-move no-fee insurance which protects you from legal costs if the purchase falls through. Our useful guide to conveyancing gives you more information about the process.
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Hegarty Solicitors provide a recognised quality standard for our conveyancing services through our accreditation under the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS).
For more information about our conveyancing services contact a member of our Residential Conveyancing team today or you can use our handy online calculator to find out how much your conveyancing will cost.
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I am buying my first home through the Help to Buy Scheme, how does this affect the purchase of a property?
Help To Buy is very popular with purchasers of New Build properties. The procedure can be complex and it is therefore very important that your solicitor is familiar with how the scheme works. Here at Hegarty Solicitors we are pleased and proud to hold Stakeholder Status with Help To Buy. Click here to find out more
What else should I think about?
A home is an asset which you may own entirely or in a shared arrangement with somebody else, usually a spouse, partner, relative or friend. Any breakdown in your relationship with a co-habitee could lead to a messy wrangle over rights to the property. So it is sensible to agree and formalise entitlements from the outset in a properly drafted co-habitation agreement. Contact one of our family law specialists to find out more.
Making a will sets out how you would like your possessions to be dealt with when you die. Your home could well be your most valuable asset and so you should make sure that it will be inherited in the right way, by the right people. Our wills, trust and wealth management specialists can help you take care of these arrangements, as well as advising you on tax efficiency and trusts.
Landlord and tenant disputes
Moving to your own property from rented accommodation needs some careful planning. Landlords can be quick to challenge tenants on unpaid notice period rent, or on the condition in which they leave their property. A housing specialist can advise you on the preparatory steps you should take and, if a dispute arises, help you resolve it quickly.