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How To Train Your Conveyancer

Damian Miles

Publisher: Damian Miles

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Summary

You are moving home - congratulations. This is an exciting time for you. 
It's also a stressful time for you. Moving home is considered one of the most stressful things you can do in life, right up there with bereavement and divorce. 
Part of the stress is the sheer expense of moving. A good part of that expense, is paying a legal advisor (conveyancer, solicitor, lawyer) to 
(i) Give you all the information your require so your move makes financial and happiness sense, and 
(ii) Ensure you actually do become the legal owner of your new home. 
You would hope that your conveyancer is a professional who will fulfil both (i) and (ii) above, while also: 
1 - Giving you good customer service, and 
2 - Not adding to the already stressful situation you are in. 
As you are reading this book you are either: 
1 - Starting out on your move and want as much information as you can get, to enable you to make your move a success, or 
2 - Already having difficulties with your conveyancer, and want to know how to get your move back on track. 
Well congratulations, this book is for you. 
I am a conveyancer with over fifteen years experience, and know the moving process back to front. More importantly for you, I know how conveyancing firms work. I know what it is like to be the person on the other end of the phone / email or letter to you. I know what it is like to be handling a hundred separate moves at the same time, with each one of those hundred people expecting to move free of conveyancing problems or delays. 
In this book I'll share with you a selection of thoughts (sorted into alphabetical order) on how you can: 
1 - Get the most out of your conveyancer, and 
2 - Help ensure your conveyancer doesn’t cause you problems.

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