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Our Property & Conveyancing Team

Fees

Our fee promise

At GP we understand the prospect of receiving a bill from your accountant or solicitor can be daunting, and so our fee promise is:

  • Wherever possible we will provide a fixed fee for your matter so that you know exactly what we are going to do and how much it will cost. More than 98% of our matters are fixed fee.
  • For those matters where the fee cannot be fixed; we will tell you why and let you know ahead of time what your costs are likely to be, including for best and worst case scenarios.
  • We promise to achieve the best result possible for you. We do this by focusing only on what matters and by keeping your goals and best interests in mind at all times. This enables us to keep our fees, and your costs, down.
  • Our clients know how much we charge, before any work goes ahead and are kept fully aware and updated throughout the process. No surprises. No shocks.

Click here for Conveyancing prices. Or download the Conveyancing pricing brochure in the resources section below.

Resources

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Getting Charged with Drink Driving on an E-Scooter or E-bike Despite it seeming like an easier way home after a night out, there are significant laws in place regarding drink driving on an e-scooter or e-bike. Although the law does not class this in...

De Facto Property Settlements
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If you and your partner are not legally married, not related by family, and live together on a genuine domestic basis – chances are you are in a de facto relationship. [1] It is common for de facto couples to acquire property together throughout the...

Offers to Settle and Seeking Recovery of Costs
Offers to Settle and Seeking Recovery of Costs

When can an offer to settle be made? When disputes arise, an offer to settle may be made at any time throughout the course of the matter.Why present an offer to settle?  If early settlement is possible in the circumstances, then resolving a matter by...

Do I need an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA)?
Do I need an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA)?

Firstly, what is an enduring power of attorney? Unlike a Will, which protects your interests after you pass away an enduring power of attorney operates when you are alive, but you have lost capacity.What is capacity? Capacity is the understanding...

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