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Our Fees

We offer a fixed fee for this type of service which is based on the value of the property in question. The prices below are provided as a guideline only.  Before proceeding we will provide you with an accurate quote which may differ from the below based on the facts of your case.

We provide a “start to finish” service, including advising on title issues, dealing with the mortgage lender (if any), registering title at the Land Registry and the calculation of your stamp duty land tax / land transaction tax liability which you will be required to verify. Our property team consists of solicitors and paralegals who specialise in property work.

The below prices do NOT include VAT, which will be added at the prevailing rate.

Get your Quote

To get a no obligation quotation contact us on the number below:

Call: 01554 755 101


There may be additional tax due on this matter which would be separate to the estimated cost. Please visit the below links for more information:

WRA Land Transaction Tax Calculator (Properties in Wales)

HMRC Stamp Duty Tax Calculator (Properties in England)

In certain circumstances, where the matter is unexpectedly complex, the above fees may not apply:

  • if legal title is defective or part of the property is unregistered
  • if you discover building regulations or planning permission has not been obtained
  • if crucial documents where we have previously requested from you have not been provided
  • if there is more than one mortgage involved
  • If there are 2 sellers who have separated and are using different solicitors then this will create an additional charge depending on the extent of work involved and could be charged on an hourly basis

Disbursements are costs related to third party services which we pay on your behalf. We have not included the following disbursements which may be required depending on the facts of your matter:

Search Fees £130

Land Registry search £3 each

Bankruptcy search £20 each

Electronic Land Registry Fee £20 – £270

Postal Land Registry Fee £40 – £540

Land Registry copy of the title and plan £6

Land Registry documents referred to within the title £3 each

Search Insurance from £20

    There may be additional fees based on the nature of your sale or purchase. For instance, if the property is leasehold there will be an additional fee.

    We pay a referral fee of £100 to Smith’s Estate Agent for every customer they refer to us.

    Electronic Transfer fee £30 each

    Leasehold fee for a flat £150 

    Help to Buy Isa Fee £50 

    Help to Buy Loan £100 

    New Build Fee £100 

    Indemnity Policy Fee £40 

    Considering a Survey £50 

    Drafting a Statutory Declaration £60 

    Removing additional charges £40 

    Registering a charge with Companies House £75 

    Dealing with removal of additional charges £40 each 

    Arrange an indemnity policy £40 

    Unregistered Property fee £60 


    Meet the Team

    Juliet Phillips-James

    Supervisor, Solicitor
    Qualified: 2008

    Juliet is part of our dynamic Director team and is committed to retaining our reputation for high quality client service and experts you can trust. Juliet is also a highly experienced member of our private client team. She is held in very high regard by clients who often refer their friends to us – the ultimate testimonial to the quality and delivery of Juliet’s advice.

    Sarah Lewis

    Qualified: 2002

    Sarah joined the practice in 2017 bringing with her valuable expertise and extensive experience in the field of Conveyancing and Property law. Having built an admiral reputation, Sarah continues to receive referrals and recommendations from clients across the UK which is testimony to the quality and efficiency of her service.

    Kate Clarke

    Qualified: 2006

    Kate specialises in both commercial and residential conveyancing, as well as Wills and Probate. She also specialises in elderly client work and is particularly sensitive to their needs. She has worked in a variety of small local practices and larger international firms and has a wealth of experience in her field.

    Toyah Thomas


    Toyah joined us in August 2018 having graduated with a Law Degree in 2016 and thereafter gained valuable experience in a Swansea firm. Toyah is training to become a Licensed Conveyancer and presently assists the senior Director with conveyancing matters. Toyah enjoys walking with her dogs and spending time with her husband and family.

    Denise Watson

    Legal Assistant

    Private Client secretary and Personal Assistant to Juliet Phillips-James.

    Fern Palferman

    Legal Secretary

    Private Client secretary and Personal Assistant to Kate Clarke.

    Teresa Rees

    Legal Assistant

    Private Client secretary and Personal Assistant to Sarah Lewis.


    Our PRocess

    Purchases & Sales

    Stage 1

    Taking Instructions

    At this stage your solicitor will establish contact and collect the relevant documents and information from everyone involved to get the process started.

    Stage 2


    This is where your solicitor does their due diligence. On a purchase they perform searches on the property as well as reviewing the deeds and related paperwork to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into. If they catch anything out of the ordinary, they will discuss it with you and work out how to move forward. When you’re selling a property they will draft the contract and respond to the buyers solicitors’ queries.

    Once all enquiries are satisfied they will invite you to sign the contract deed and if purchasing provide them with your deposit.

    Stage 3

    Exchanging Contracts

    At the point where contracts are exchanged the sale and purchase of the property becomes binding on all parties and a deposit is paid and a completion date agreed. The ‘completion date’ is when the purchase monies are paid in full and ownership of the property is transferred.

    Stage 4


    This is the day that the transfer of ownership is completed. Solicitors will confirm the transfer of funds due, mortgages are redeemed, and the keys are released from your estate agents – congratulations on your new home!

    Stage 5

    Post Completion

    Following completion your solicitor will set about arranging removal of mortgages on a sale and the payment of the SDLT or  LLL tax due, and the registration of the transfer of property with the Land Registry.

    Mortgages & Re-Mortgages

    Stage 1

    Reviewing the Mortgage

    When it comes to mortgages your solicitor is required to review the offer as well as the other property documents (e.g. deeds). They’ll check over your mortgage offer and make sure all the conditions are met. They may have to carry out some searches on the property at this point to satisfy your mortgage lender.

    Stage 2

    Arranging Completion

    Once your lender and you are content with the offer and that conditions are being met you sign the Mortgage Deed. Your solicitor then gets an up-to-date settlement figure for your existing mortgage and they set a date to transfer all of the funds.

    Stage 3


    On the day the funds are transferred to the solicitor from your new lender they will settle any existing mortgages and transfer any left over money to you. Finally, they register your new mortgage at the Land Registry.