A Personal and Residential Conveyancing Service
The property market in England and Wales affects everyone, shaping where and how we live, work and spend leisure time. Beyond this, the market also plays a vital role in the wider UK economy. As such, Freeman Johnson understands the importance of property/ residential conveyancing to homeowners. Property will always be a pillar of the firm.
Across Freeman Johnson, the firm performs efficient and friendly residential conveyancing work for each client – all while delivering value for money. Your conveyancing lawyer will have the expertise to understand your exact circumstances, objectives and priorities. Every case is unique, so you need conveyancing lawyers who understand this.
The foundation of our service is Freeman Johnson’s membership of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, which is maintained by the Law Society to provide a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practice. You should accept nothing less than a firm that has taken the time and care to attain this standard.
North East Coverage
Freeman Johnson covers the North East by maintaining offices in Darlington, Durham, Northallerton and Spennymoor. Each office has at least one full-time property lawyer who specialises in residential conveyancing work, with support staff also on hand.
Crucially, the firm hosts frequent team meetings to maintain a constant dialogue among all residential conveyancing lawyers. This network can prove invaluable support for cases which might present unique challenges. In every case, we want clients to feel like their conveyancing lawyer has exceeded their expectations.
Contact the residential conveyancing team
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions concerning conveyancing. We can act for properties anywhere across England and Wales. Helen Taylor heads up the team, but you can read profiles on all of our residential conveyancing lawyers below:
Please contact us at any one of our four offices here.
Check out the section below for the most frequently asked conveyancing questions.