23 January 2019
When you buy or sell a property, you have to go through a series of legal hoops to transfer the property from one person to another. This process is called conveyancing. It's generally easiest to use a qualified professional service to do this. Depending on where you live, you may have the choice of using a conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor. What's the difference between the two? When might it be better to use a solicitor rather than a conveyancer?