Conveyancing in Fleet

Conveyancing solicitors Fleet

Behind every successful property transaction are lawyers with accuracy, timing and attention to detail. We'll help you to get the deal done.

Our conveyancing lawyers in Fleet have been advising clients in Fleet and around Surrey and Hampshire on residential conveyancing matters for many years.

Morr & Co's conveyancing solicitors know Fleet and the surrounding areas very well, having advised families, individuals and investors in the region for many years. High-quality conveyancing and supportive legal advisors can be the difference between success and failure, or deciding to pull out of a transaction.

Previously Wheelers Solicitors prior to merging with Morr & Co at the start of 2020, the Fleet residential conveyancing team have a wealth of experience in helping clients buy and sell residential property.

Our residential property team in Fleet also assist residents on a wide variety of residential property related services including property disputes, buying freeholds, extending leases, party-wall disputes, and title transfers.

The team  hold the Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation issued by the Law Society.

Find out more about the wide range of property services our team provides.

Find out more about the wide range of services our team provides including divorce and family, employment, and wills and trusts services.

Tulia Ristow - Conveyancing

Tulia Ristow

Senior Associate Solicitor

Residential Conveyancing

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Fleet conveyancing team testimonials

I've used them before and found their service to be very informative and professional.

Recent conveyancing client

Rated 5 out of 5

Handled the conveyancing of my new property with professionalism and efficiency. Communication was excellent!

Recent conveyancing client

Rated 5 out of 5

Jonathan and team were very helpful. Always giving good advice and explaining the process

Recent conveyancing client

Rated 5 out of 5

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