Standards rewarded with Conveyancing Quality Scheme status
Burd Ward Solicitors is delighted to have been awarded Conveyancing Quality Scheme status from The Law Society.
John Burd and Michael Ward at Burd Ward said: “The scheme is only open to members of The Law Society who meet the demanding standards set and is a recognition of the high standards of service we provide to our residential property clients.”
“It is also a signal to future homebuyers of the excellent service level we provide at what is often a stressful time for many people.”
Michael (pictured), director at the firm added: “At Burd Ward we are very fortunate to have a team of staff who care about their clients and work tirelessly to ensure they receive a service which is second to none, which is evidenced by the CQS accreditation.”
Buying a home is the largest purchase most people will make in their lifetime, so it is essential that it is done to the highest standards. There are many different service providers, making it difficult for homebuyers to identify those which can ensure safe and efficient levels of service.
Burd Ward have undergone rigorous assessment by The Law Society in order to secure Conveyancing Quality Scheme status, which marks the firm as attaining a high standard in the residential conveyancing process.
It is Burd Ward’s policy to endeavour to achieve the highest possible standards as the firm is very aware that when buying a house it is a particularly stressful time for clients.
The firm does its utmost to relieve that stress as much as possible.
Contact Michaela Barker or Paul Mead for a free, no obligation quote for your legal fees on 0151 639 8273 or at email@example.com. Michaela and Paul will also be happy to answer any queries you may have.
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