Residential Property : Dorset Conveyancing Solicitors

Dorset Conveyancing Solicitors

Conveyancing Solicitors in Dorset - Bournemouth & Poole Property Solicitors.

When it comes to buying or selling a property you want a legal team that is prompt, efficient, cost-effective and knowledgable.

Coles Miller's conveyancing department, based in Poole, Bournemouth, Broadstone, Christchurch and Wimborne in Dorset, have helped thousands of clients sail through the moving home process, making us one of the leading conveyancing practices in the area.

Here at Coles Miller, our conveyancing solicitors want your sale or purchase to go without a hitch and are committed to giving you as much help and guidance as they can.

Specialist conveyancing experts

Our team all specialise solely in residential conveyancing and so their experience, knowledge and expertise is unsurpassed. This enables transactions to progress smoothly and their attention to detail helps avoid legal problems arising in the future. 

Obtaining an estimate

We are more than happy to meet with you at any of our offices or speak to you by telephone to discuss the costs involved in buying or selling a property. We will always follow up with a written estimate of the fees.

Leading case management systems

Our investment in modern case management systems means that we can offer more efficient and reliable service to ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible.

Expert Legal Advice

In the course of your house move, should other problems arise such as boundary or family disputes, or tax issues, we'll be able help. As one of the largest law firms in the area, we offer a comprehensive legal service and will be able to call upon the expertise of our other departments and specialist lawyers to help resolve the situation.

Personal Consultation

Our team of conveyancing solictors are more than happy to meet with you at any of our four offices to answer any questions you may have and we will always offer an appointment (no additional charge) to go through the papers in detail prior to exchange. However, if this is not convenient, matters can be undertaken by post, telephone or fax without the need to meet at all.

Useful Downloads

pdfStep by Step Guide to the conveyancing process

 

pdfMoving House Guide

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