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Simple process
  1. Request a quote
  2. One of the UK’s leading solicitors will then contact you with their best quote and advice within 24 hours
  3. If you like what you see and instruct them we will send you the FREE rewards and further details via email
  4. If you would like additional quotes or have queries then let us know and we will approach additional solicitors on our panel

We are here 24/7 if you have any queries or issues during the legal process. 

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Our solicitor panel and services are unique. Why? What makes us different to the competition? 

Firstly, when you sign up with our solicitors we provide you with £100’s worth of rewards as a thank you. This provides our clients with unique rewards saving £££’s online shopping via the benefits of the Online Discount Club as well as My Legal Club membership for FREE. You are under no obligation to receive or use the rewards. 

Secondly, many of our solicitors refuse to work with other comparison sites and third-parties operating as a “middle man” because they charge large fees and set the legal fees the solicitor can charge. Many of the best solicitors do not work with those third-parties so by going elsewhere you will not have access to the same standard and number of solicitors available via My Legal Club.

You are free to choose a solicitor yourself but we have saved you all the time and stress! We are experienced lawyers who have created successful legal panels in the past. We cherry-pick our solicitors ensuring they are:

  • Experienced solicitors regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA)
  • Accredited by the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). This is vital as many lenders will not work with a conveyancer who is NOT CQS
  • Highly recommended by other customers with high customer ratings and reviews
  • Constantly monitored by us. We monitor customer service, average quote size, speed of completion, amongst many other factors. We can expel solicitors from our panel if they do not meet the 5* service standards we expect for our clients.
  • Committed to a level of service we have made every solicitor sign ensuring our clients receive a 5* level of customer service
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Requesting a quote from My Legal Club is a must for anyone looking for a conveyancing solicitor. Our solicitors and package of services are unique and can not be found anywhere else. When you request a quote you will receive:

  • No-obligation quotes from a selection of the UK’s leading solicitors
  • Fixed fee with no hidden charges
  • Certainty that you have a leading solicitor cherry-picked by industry experts to meet your needs and deliver a 5* service
  • Access to £100’s of rewards for FREE and no-obligation if you sign up with our solicitors as a thank you from us
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When our clients sign up with one of our conveyancing solicitors we provide them with FREE lifetime access (with no-obligation) to Online Discount Club and My Legal Club. Each person signing the mortgage receives the FREE rewards as a thank you for using our services. Our clients save £100’s and even £1000’s via everyday shopping and legal fees via this unique set of rewards!

Online Discount Club benefits include:

  • Access to the Online Discount Club portal with unique discount codes for use with leading UK retailers
  • Unique offers via email and SMS
  • Club Individual benefits with leading UK restaurants

My Legal Club benefits include:

  • FREE online will
  • FREE Lasting Power of Attorney for health & welfare
  • FREE legal advice
  • Up to 25% off our solicitor’s legal fees
  • Up to 15% off documents in our online legal document library (including online divorce, probate, change of name, etc) 

Further information is available further down this page and across the My Legal Club website. Terms and conditions apply. 

Every service offered by our solicitors
  • remortgage
  • residential conveyancing (buying / selling)
  • commercial property / buy to let
  • review and draft contracts
  • early exchange of contracts to ensure you are protected and can be confident of completion
  • carry out local council searches
  • review the survey
  • deal with the Land Registry
  • provide you with legal advice and guidance throughout
  • transfer the funds to pay for your property
Access leading & accredited 5* solicitors

If you do NOT instruct the right solicitor you risk significant delays. If the person you instruct is not acceptable to the lender (e.g. assuming you are buying with a mortgage or arranging a remortgage) then this can cause significant delays and costs to you. The leading solicitors are not just regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA), they also hold CQS accreditation via the Law Society and should be Lexcel accredited (or at least working towards it). Lexcel accreditation is not easy for a solicitor to secure and shows they operate to a very high standard. Lexcel can result in solicitors receiving discounts on their professional indemnity insurance (which can be very expensive).
Solicitors with CQS and Lexcel accreditation must have met, and continue to meet, extremely high standards of service.
We select, monitor, police, and assess the performance of our solicitors every month. We do not have to work with solicitors in conveyancing but we do so for a reason.
They ensure and deliver the best service to our clients.

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Our solicitors are committed to a 5* service which includes keeping you informed, responding to your queries, and ensuring you are 100% happy with the services provided.
If you have any issues or queries in respect of the solicitor or service you can contact My Legal Club 24/7:

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Conveyancing FAQs

How do My Legal Club choose a solicitor?

My Legal Club has carefully cherry-picked a bespoke panel of the leading conveyancing solicitors across the UK.

There are two key aspects to how we choose our solicitors.

1) how we select solicitors to join our panel
2) how we select which solicitor is best suited to you

The solicitors we work with are unique. Most comparison or “middleman” websites use someone else’s panel – e.g. they talk about working with 200 conveyancers. The obvious issue with that is they have not carefully selected those firms. They also cannot monitor that volume of firms in respect of standards and service. Many of our solicitors refuse to work with other comparison sites and third-parties operating as a “middle man” because they charge large fees and set the legal fees the solicitor can charge. Many of the best solicitors do not work with those third-parties so by going elsewhere you.
We cherry-pick solicitors ensuring they are:

  • Experienced solicitors regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA)
  • Accredited by the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS). This is vital as many lenders will not work with a conveyancer who is NOT CQS
  • Highly recommended by other customers with high customer ratings and reviews
  • Constantly monitored by us. We monitor customer service, average quote size, speed of completion, amongst many other factors. We can expel solicitors from our panel if they do not meet the 5* service standards we expect for our clients.
  • Committed to a level of service we have made every solicitor sign ensuring our clients receive a 5* level of customer service

We review the information you provide in the quote form and select a solicitor that is best suited to you. If you want us to introduce you to other solicitors on our panel you are free to request this and we will of course fulfill this request.

How long does a remortgage take? How long does conveyancing take?

It is important to remember that your solicitor will want to complete the legal process as quickly as possible. None of our solicitors will sacrifice customer service and communication for speed as our focus is a 5* service.
It is important to remember though that the solicitors do not receive their fees until the process is complete so it is not in your solicitor’s interest to delay matters.
With remortgages, the industry average is 4-8 weeks but we have seen cases complete within 2 weeks.
With buying and selling houses the industry average is 12 weeks but again we have seen our solicitors complete much quicker than this. The main problem with any form of conveyancing is the delays incurred by people or other businesses which are out of your control e.g.

  • You may be in a chain if buying and/or selling a house and other people can slow this down
  • If you are using a lender to provide a mortgage or remortgage they can often hold things up
  • Clients themselves sometimes delay matters by not having the paperwork ready or available
  • If searches are required then delays can be suffered depending on the organisation processing the searches
Do I need a local solicitor?

No, you do NOT need a local conveyancing solicitor.
There are three misconceptions about using a local conveyancing solicitor, namely:

  • The solicitor knowing the area may help
  • I may get a cheaper quote as I am local
  • It will result in the conveyancing completing sooner
  • It is more convenient for me if I can just pop in and see my solicitor

Whether you choose a local solicitor is a different matter but you do NOT need your solicitor to be local.
Our solicitors can secure your identification document using modern methods meaning they do not need to have your identity verified in old fashioned ways (e.g. by visiting the solicitor’s office in person).
The location of the solicitor is irrelevant. Any local knowledge has no impact upon the conveyancing process which is heavily transactional and document-based.
On the contrary, in our experience when researching potential solicitors to join our panel, a lot of local conveyancing firms are more expensive than their national counterparts. We believe many local firms know that some clients are not going to research the market and are going to contact their local solicitor. In addition, the less work a solicitor receives the greater the pressure is to increase prices to make ends meet.
The speed in which conveyancing completes depends on a number of factors so the location of a solicitor is irrelevant. Any chain and the pace at which they move, along with any issues caused along the chain, your own efficiency in responding to queries and providing information, along with time spent waiting on surveyors, lenders, and for search results, etc mean there are a lot of factors which impact upon the speed of a conveyancing transaction.
There is no need for face to face meetings or visits in a conveyancing transaction. The only benefit we can think of is that rather than sending documents to the solicitor via stamped addressed envelope you can hand them in the solicitor directly. This apart there is no extra convenience gained by selecting a local solicitor.

Why do you recommend a solicitor and not a licensed conveyancer?
It is possible to perform the conveyancing yourself or by using a conveyancer but this is not something we would recommend. Conveyancing solicitors are experts, have vast experience, can look out for potential problems and you gain peace of mind as you are protected by their professional indemnity insurance meaning that if a mistake happens, or something is missed, you can claim against their policy for any losses suffered.
Our solicitors are also accepted by every lender meaning you will not suffer delays or heartache later down the line by your lender refusing to allow the solicitor to proceed.
Our solicitors also have all the leading accreditations available in conveyancing ensuring you can trust their quality and service levels.
Why are the legal fees associated with conveyancing different with each solicitor?
Most solicitor’s legal fee pricing is pretty similar. Where a solicitor is based, how good their internal systems and software are, their business model and a number of other factors impact upon what price a solicitor will provide for a quote.
There are three factors to consider in any quote:

1) The solicitors legal fee (profit costs)
2) Is the solicitor providing a full quote with no hidden charges? Sometimes quotes can appear cheaper because the quote has not been provided in full
3) There are disbursements (additional fees) and supplementary fees required to complete the process which is not related to the solicitor’s legal fee. Examples are:

Stamp duty fees
Land Registry fees
BACS (cost of the banking transfers)
Searches (local searches etc)
VAT on the legal fee

When do I need to pay my solicitor conveyancing fees?
1. The solicitor’s legal costs are usually paid for at the end. E.g. when the process is completed.
2. Some disbursements (e.g. transactional fees) such as local searches or official copies will be paid for up-front by you. You will have received confirmation of these within any quote before you instructed the solicitor. Other disbursements are paid at the end.
3. Some solicitors ask for some money up-front e.g. 10% of their legal fees but most do not.
What does a quote look like? Why is there a list of other fees?

Quotes can be misleading. Some companies only quote you for their fees to make the cost seem attractive. This quote may not include their VAT and/or the disbursements. What are disbursements? Disbursements are the fees which you must pay for, not limited to but including, bacs transfers, land registry fees, fees for the searches, etc. Many companies leave these items off resulting in you receiving a bigger invoice than you expected. Make sure your quote includes all VAT and disbursements to ensure you have accurate information and can budget correctly.
An example of the quote headings when buying a house is below:
Legal Fee
VAT
Disbursements & Supplementary fees:
Land registry fees
Stamp Duty
Search Pack
OS1 search
Bankruptcy search (per name)
ID check (each one)
Electronic file holding
CHAPS

Conveyancing definitions. What do all the key words and phrases mean?
Certificate of Title – Form submitted to a mortgage lender requesting mortgage funds once checks have been completed against the property.
Chain – The buyers and sellers involved linking the properties being bought and sold.
Completion – The date the transaction of buying/selling a house is legally completed. This is the day you move. This date will be set after contracts are exchanged.
Conditions of sale – The terms attached to the contract in which the buyer and seller agree to buy/sell the property.
Contract – A written and binding agreement between the buyer and seller including all information relating to the house sale/purchase transaction. You will exchange after completion dates are agreed upon.
Conveyance – A document transferring ownership of a property from a seller to a buyer.
Deposit – Money paid to sellers on the exchange of contracts
Disbursements – Expenses incurred such as Land Registry fees and searches
Early repayment charge – A payment to your lender for ending or repaying the mortgage sooner than the end of the term. This will be confirmed in your mortgage documents.
Environment Search – Search designed to reveal the presence and records of flooding, landfill sites, contamination, etc.
Exchange of Contracts – The date when contracts are exchanged and a date is agreed and confirmed for completion.
Fixtures and fittings – Items to remain in the property or to be removed.
Freehold – Freehold is a title explaining ownership. This includes all the land (unless otherwise stated) and is forever.
Ground Rent – A charge payable to the owner of freehold land on leasehold properties.
Guarantor – A person who indemnifies a borrower making the guarantor liable in any default by the borrower.
Indemnity insurance – An insurance policy to cover losses arising from title defects and mistakes.
Joint tenants – When owners own the property in equal shares.
Land Registry fees – A fee(s) payable for obtaining copy documents and registering changes of ownership of a property.
Land Registry – Responsible for recording ownership of land.
Lease – The document where a landlord contracts with a tenant in respect of a property for a fixed period. Any ground rent and service charges are confirmed, rent payable, and what you can do with the property.
Leasehold – Ownership of land for a term of years. Leasehold relates to the property.
Leaseholder – Also a tenant.
Local authority search – Are there any issues or regulations which restrict the property? As an example a conservation area, whether there are any proposals for new highways or public transport in the area, amongst many other items including any planning permission.
Mortgage Deed – The mortgage document.
Mortgage fees – Fees payable to your lender in respect of the arranging and administering of the mortgage.
Redemption figure – The amount needed to fully repay your mortgage.
Registration – Registering the updated property details with the Land Registry.
Search – Checks carried out against the property to reveal any problems or issues.
Stamp Duty – Stamp Duty Land Tax. Charged by the government on completion of buying a property.
Structural survey – A survey specifically looking at elements relating to the property and its structure.
Subject to Contract – An agreement prior to contracts
Tenants in Common – Similar to joint tenants but whereas with joint tenants if one person dies ownership transfers to the other owner with tenants in common upon the death of the first owner their share passes in accordance with the terms of their will.
Title Deeds – Document with background information about the property’s ownership history.
Transfer of Equity – Transferring ownership of property commonly when you get married or divorced. The “equity” transfers.
Valuation – Valuation of a property for the lender to value the property and help assess and calculate a mortgage.
What documents do I need to have ready for my solicitors when selling a house?

Not limited to but including:
1. Proof of identity and address
2. Energy performance certificate
3. Management information pack
4. Fittings and consent form
5. Existing mortgage details
6. Acceptance of offer

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We are not a comparison site. Conveyancing is the legal work associated with a remortgage, transfer of equity, or buying and selling a house. Conveyancing can cost between £350 and £1600 including disbursements and supplementary items such as searches, BACS fees, etc. The costs vary depending on many factors such as the price of the property and the solicitor involved. All of our solicitors sign an SLA (services level agreement) to aim for consistency of service standards excluding price. Whilst the prices quoted by our solicitors are similar please note solicitors price matters at their sole discretion and each solicitor is free to quote and produce quotes in line with their own terms of business. We select which solicitors to recommend and introduce at our discretion.