Conveyancing Solicitors Lichfield

Conveyancing is the legal process for the sale, purchase or re-mortgage of your property. EPO are trusted conveyancing solicitors.

Eddowes, Perry, and Osbourne have a wealth of experience and knowledge that can take care of the whole process for you whether you’re a first-time buyer, seller, re-mortgaging, buying to let or need a transfer of equity after a divorce or separation.

We have been buying and selling properties since 1650 and have an excellent relationship with many local estate agents to ensure that your move proceeds smoothly and efficiently.


We are members of the Law Society conveyancing quality scheme. The scheme requires practices to undergo a strict assessment, compulsory training, self-reporting, random audits and annual reviews in order to maintain CQS status.

It is open only to members of the Law Society who meet the demands standers set by the scheme and has the support of the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the Building Societies Association, the Legal Ombudsman and the Association of British Insurers.

Eddowes, Perry, and Osbourne's conveyancing team will advise and handle the whole process on your behalf.

Conveyancing Solicitors


Our residential property specialists provide advice on:









Quality and Personal Conveyancing Advice you can trust.

If you would prefer to speak to one of our conveyancing team members direct, please contact us on: 0121 686 9444.

Conveyancing FAQs

Conveyancing is the legal name used for selling and buying a property.

Solicitors, Licensed Conveyancers and Legal Executives specialise in the legal process of selling and buying a property.  A conveyancer will go through the legal process to transfer property ownership from one person to another.

The freeholder of a property owns it outright, including the land it's built on. If you buy a freehold, you're responsible for maintaining your property and land, so you'll need to budget for these costs. Most houses are freehold but some might be leasehold – usually through shared-ownership schemes.

You only own a leasehold property for a fixed period of time. You'll have a legal agreement with the landlord (sometimes known as the 'freeholder') called a 'lease'. This tells you how many years you'll own the property. Ownership of the property returns to the landlord when the lease comes to an end.

This will depend on if it’s leasehold or freehold property, along with many other variables i.e. mortgage offers and searches etc.

If you would like more information about your individual conveyancing process, then please don't hesitate to contact our offices today.

Searches' or 'property searches' are completed by your solicitor. They work with the local authority (and other organisations) as part of the home-buying process. They use these to find out any information about the property. As well as any local development plans that may affect the home you plan to purchase.

As soon as a sale or purchase has been agreed on a property you will need to instruct a conveyancer to initiate the process.  The Estate Agent will then prepare a Memorandum of Sale which will contain all the relevant details and contacts of all parties involved in the matter and will distribute amongst them.

If you have sold through an Estate Agent, they may recommend a solicitor to you however it’s always best to ring around for quotes and conduct your own research to find a firm that is suitable for your needs. 

It’s not always best to go with the cheapest quote, you may find it beneficial to look at Google reviews before deciding.

In recent years there has been an increase in ‘factory conveyancing’ firms which are volume based and lack the personal service that a smaller firm may provide.

The exchange of contracts is when both parties swap and sign the contracts. This is the point where you as the buyer will be asked to put down your deposit. This is a crucial stage of buying a home and is legally binding. If you pull out after exchanging, you will lose your deposit and legal proceeding could be issued.

Completion is when both parties hand over the keys to the property and you can move into the property.

For more information on purchasing and selling a property please contact one of our conveyancing experts on 0121 686 9444 or 01543 386 982.

The conveyancing process is critical to any property sale or purchase. Conveyancing Lichfield ensures that the legal aspects of local property transactions are carefully carried out in a timely manner. Furthermore, conveyancing solicitors in Lichfield ensure that the interests of clients are represented and protected throughout the sale or purchase process.

Conveyancing in Lichfield: What does it involve?

The conveyancing process encompasses an essential range of legal procedures that need to be carried out during a property transaction. Typically, this will include property searches, contract drafting, title transfers, and the completion of the transaction.

Conveyancing Lichfield will carry out thorough searches to uncover if there are any potential issues that could impact the value or ownership rights of the property. It’s also the role of the conveyancing solicitor to prepare legal documents, such as contracts and deeds. They will ensure the transaction is completed according to legal requirements, giving buyers and sellers peace of mind.

Experienced conveyancing in Lichfield provides buyers and sellers with a thorough legal service, guiding them through the legal process and providing support and advice.

Do you need a solicitor for conveyancing in Lichfield?

A conveyancing solicitor is not a legal requirement when buying or selling a property in the UK, but choosing to do your own conveyancing is fraught with risk. Conveyancing solicitors Lichfield can ensure that all of the essential legal requirements are met, mitigating the risks associated with property transactions.

Experienced conveyancing solicitors in Lichfield have the expertise and experience to quickly identify legal pitfalls, ensuring they’re addressed and allowing the transaction to proceed smoothly.

Using a Lichfield conveyancing solicitor for your property transaction gives you valuable peace of mind, knowing that someone with experienced and professional legal knowledge is looking after your interests.

Do you need a Lichfield conveyancing solicitor?

If you’re buying or selling a property in Lichfield, then you are likely to need the services of a conveyancing solicitor. Whether you’re buying a first home, selling your current property, or a landlord, tenant, or property developer, a conveyancing solicitor will ensure that the transaction will proceed smoothly.

Whether it’s a residential property purchase, land purchase, or lease agreement, conveyancing solicitors will ensure that any property transaction is legally watertight.

Experienced conveyancing solicitors in Lichfield

The experienced conveyancing legal team at EPO Solicitors can ensure your Lichfield property sale or purchase progresses smoothly. We take care of the legal requirements and processes associated with a range of different property transactions.

We provide a transparent, open, and accessible service that ensures the transaction progresses smoothly and efficiently. With our attention to detail and excellent customer service, we’ve established ourselves as the first choice for anyone requiring conveyancing services in Lichfield.

Some of the areas our conveyancing solicitors provide advice on include:

● Freehold Sale & Purchase

● Leasehold Sale & Purchase

● Re-Mortgages

● Buy-to-Let

● Equity Transfers

● Equity Release

● Probate Sales

● Lease Extensions & Purchase of Freeholds

Contact our conveyancing team today for a free quote.

Happy & confident with the service

I felt happy & confident with the service and have recommended. Contact via phone was good and a reasonable quote quickly.

Jane Mckay

Very approachable

Kimberley explained everything to me along the process and was very approachable.

Karen Griffins

Professional, friendly and reassuring

EPO were my parent’s Solicitors for years – dealing with conveyancing and probate for both Both Kimberley and Karen were professional, friendly and reassuring throughout the whole stressful process.

Sarah Moss

In safe hands

I can’t thank David Smith enough for the way in which he handled my divorce. His friendly and approachable manner was much appreciated, throughout what was inevitably a difficult and emotional time. He also fought my corner with tenacity, leading to a fabulous financial settlement. At a time of such uncertainty, it is reassuring to know that you are in safe hands……I would not hesitate to recommend David to anyone going through the same experience.

Huge thank you to David

Huge thank you to David for making a horrible stage of my life, going through a hostile divorce a whole lot more bearable. Don’t know how I would have got through it without you.

Always kept me up to date, very responsive

Always kept me up to date, very responsive. Upbeat even when the purchaser was being a pain! My father has used EPO for many years. Your fee seemed at the right level given the work you carried out and your strong level of expertise.

Graham Clark

Nothing was too much for him

David really made me at ease and helped me through the whole process. Nothing was too much for him and he always made time for me.

Brilliant to buy and sell with and extremely helpful

Extremely helpful and patient with our neverending purchase and the many queries involved. You were recommended to me by my Great Aunt who had sold her home with your help. Easy to contact – you’ve been brilliant to buy and sell with and extremely helpful and kind through both processes! 10/10

Hannah Smart

Great, clear advice delivered in a personable manner

David’s advice was critical in resolving a complex family matter. Without his involvement, the case would have stalled. He helped me to understand the legalities of the situation and provided direction in what I found to be a highly confusing situation. Great, clear advice delivered in a personable manner.