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Alderson law has been reaccredited to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme for the 8th year running.  This means that we are recognised for following best practice, having the appropriate expertise, and offering the utmost in client care in dealing with residential sales, purchases, re-mortgages and gifts/transfers of property.

The Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) was set up by the Law Society to provide a reliable point of reference for home buyers and sellers when searching for a Conveyancing Solicitor.

CQS accreditation symbolises a firm’s skill and expertise in offering quality residential conveyancing advice and providing clients with all the information they need to understand costs and timescales.

CQS solicitors can, therefore, explain all the steps involved in buying or selling a home, and keep their clients updated throughout the process. Although it’s important to note that the standard isn’t only concerned with the buying and selling of homes — it also covers re-mortgages, transfers and deeds of gift.

For more information please contact Julie Farrell-Knowles, Alderson’s head of residential conveyancing, at Whilst COVID-19 may be affecting many areas we are open for business, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch.