Conveyancing for the modern world

Buying, selling or remortgaging? Our property experts give you the legal support you need, by protecting your interests and saving you money wherever possible.

Conveyancing for the modern world

Buying, selling or remortgaging? Our property experts give you the legal support you need, by protecting your interests and saving you money wherever possible.

Conveyancing for the modern world

Buying, selling or remortgaging? Our property experts give you the legal support you need, by protecting your interests and saving you money wherever possible.

How much will conveyancing cost me?

Our free quote generator will give you a conveyancing cost estimate, based on the details you enter.

Three simple steps

Our user-friendly system makes conveyancing a breeze

Get a Quote

Using our simple online tool, you’ll be able to get a quote to see how much our services will cost.

Create an Account

Once you’re ready to start the conveyancing process, create an account and you’ll be ready to go.

Start Your Journey

Whether you’re moving homes, buying an investment property or simply remortgaging your house, we can help you with any queries you may have. Once you’ve got all the correct documentation from us, you’ll be able to remortgage or officially say hello or goodbye to your property.

Three simple steps

Our user-friendly system makes conveyancing a breeze

Get a Quote

Using our simple online tool, you’ll be able to get a quote to see how much our services will cost.

Create an Account

Once you’re ready to start the conveyancing process, create an account and you’ll be ready to go.

Start Your Journey

Whether you’re moving homes, buying an investment property or simply remortgaging your house, we can help you with any queries you may have. Once you’ve got all the correct documentation from us, you’ll be able to remortgage or officially say hello or goodbye to your property.

We believe in affordable legal services

Our clients have seen first-hand how affordable, reliable and well-versed we are with legal services.

Conveyancing packages to suit your needs

Fixed-fee estimates ensure the process is transparent. Nobody likes hidden costs.

  • Sale
  • From £495 +VAT
  • • No Move, No Fee
    • Online case tracking
    • SMS updates
    • Direct Lawyer Contact
  • Purchase
  • From £495 +VAT
  • • No Move, No Fee
    • Online case tracking
    • SMS updates
    • Direct Lawyer Contact
  • Purchase & Sale
  • From £990 +VAT
  • • No Move, No Fee
    • Online case tracking
    • SMS updates
    • Direct Lawyer Contact
  • Remortgage
  • From £200 +VAT
  • • Online case tracking
    • SMS updates
    • Direct Lawyer Contact

Conveyancing, the Beaumont Legal way

Our online portal allows you to complete your conveyancing, at your convenience.

Calculate your quote

And get started with the conveyancing process now.

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Something you need to know? Hopefully these FAQ can help.

How much will my conveyancing cost?
Our instant estimate can advise what our conveyancing services could cost you. We understand that the conveyancing fee is a big motivator when it comes to choosing your solicitor, so we keep our costs as competitive as we can. One reason it’s so difficult to get most law firms to commit to a clear upfront estimate is because there are lots of different variables to consider when buying and selling property. Client feedback shows us that getting a conveyancing estimate from a law firm is a refreshing change.
Our online conveyancing tool allows us to securely swap important documents almost instantly, keeps you directly in touch with your solicitor, and gives you electronic notifications whenever your case progresses. Convenient and cost-effective.
How quickly will I be able to move home?
Conveyancing depends on many variables, but our online tools can significantly cut the original administration timeframe. For a leasehold property, the average timeframe is 8 to 12 weeks. For freehold, it’s less at 6 to 8 weeks.
How will I be kept up-to-date with my case?
Have you ever felt left out of the loop with conveyancing? Or heard people complain about the lack of communication when dealing with a conveyancer? We’ve taken this reputation and rethought the process, so you receive great service, all the time. With our online service, you won’t be waiting on late letters and missed post, just simply fill in all of your forms online. Alongside being secure and convenient, you’ll also be notified through our online tool, once your conveyancer completes each significant step of the process.
What happens if my purchase falls through and what will it cost?
Our promise to all our clients is; ‘no completion, no fee’. You should be aware, however, there is occasionally money that we might not be able to return. This is because in most cases, we use your deposit money at some point in the conveyancing process for what we call ‘disbursements’. This is money paid to third parties such as when we confirm certain details with the land registry, or do searches on a property you want to buy. Naturally, if we’ve already made a payment to such a third party, then we can’t return that money, but we’ll happily return whatever’s left of your deposit without taking any fee for ourselves.
When should I instruct a conveyancer?
As soon as you decide you want to move. It’s common for the process to start slowly and then seemingly happen all at once, so it’s important to be prepared with the correct documentation
Who will be looking after my case, and how do I contact them?
Our team is contactable through our online conveyancing portal, by email, or direct phone line.
What is Stamp Duty, and does it apply to me?
Stamp Duty Land Tax, more commonly known simply as ‘Stamp Duty’, is a tax payable to HMRC by most people who purchase a property in the UK. Whether Stamp Duty applies to you (and how much you have to pay) depends on two things; how much you paid for your property, and whether or not the property is the only property you own. If the property you buy is the only property you own then you won’t have to pay any Stamp Duty if you paid £125,000 or less for it, whereas if the purchase price is more than £125,000 then you will have to pay Stamp Duty.

Alternatively, if the property you buy is in addition to another property you already own (such as a buy-to-let house or a summer home), then there is no threshold and you’ll have to pay Stamp Duty regardless of what the purchase price was.

For a more detailed explanation of what these costs might be for you, see our Stamp Duty and Stamp Duty On Additional Properties articles.

What's the difference between freehold and leasehold?
When you buy the ‘title’ (ownership) to a property, then your purchase will be registered as either ‘freehold’ or ‘leasehold’. A freehold purchase includes the land the property is built on, whereas a leasehold purchase buys the property but not the land. To examine the difference between the two, it’s helpful to think of a property and the land it’s built on as being two separate entities. The most common leasehold properties are apartments. These are rarely freehold because the property (the apartment) is part of a greater entity (the apartment block), which itself is built on land already owned by the ‘freeholder’ (usually the developer who built the apartment block). This means that for leasehold purchases you’re buying the property together with the right to live on that land for a specified number of years which can be anything from a few decades up to a few centuries.

About Beaumont Legal

We’re a strong, digital-first legal team with a caring core.

Yorkshire heart, UK mind

While we love our head office in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, our reach is far and wide. We have customers from across the UK.

People first

Buying a house, dealing with a loss or trying to resolve a dispute can be a stressful time. We understand this, so have hired a team of warm, friendly staff who are always happy to help.

Up with the times

We’re a forward-thinking company, utilising technology to better our services. Our primary offering for legal services is all online, meaning no lengthy face-to-face meetings or waiting on hold on the phone.

Have a question? Our friendly team can help you out, so get in touch.

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