Registering Title Deeds
Title deeds are documents showing the chain of ownership for land and property. Our Property & Conveyancing specialists can support you with registering title deeds. Title deeds can include: conveyances, contracts for sale, wills, mortgages and leases. You must now register all land or property if you’ve:
- Bought it
- Been given it
- Inherited it
- Received it in exchange for other property or land
- Mortgaged the property
Why choose Howells to register your deeds?
We aim to provide the best quality legal service at competitive prices meaning you will receive the best service no matter what the price you pay.
Our Property & Conveyancing specialists are highly regarded in the industry and receive fantastic feedback on their professionalism, whilst being down to earth and offering a personalised service to each client.
Guidance and Support
Our team are here for you. We aim to make the process stress free and easy. We will be with you every step of the way and we are there to offer advice to keep your mind at ease. We also communicate regularly, openly and sensitively. We are always ready to listen.
What we quote for is what we do and we make sure you are fully aware of the mystery about the legal process so you have no fears or worries.
2 steps to contacting Howells:
We’ll listen carefully to you, clarify what you’re trying to achieve, and then explain if and how we can help you. We will take some initial information and liaise with a legal professional regarding your case. If it looks like we can help, we will book you in for a consultation with a legal professional.
Our experienced Conveyancing team enjoy nothing better than being recommended by your family and friends to use us for your conveyancing needs. They enjoy meeting clients on a face-to-face basis to give that support and reassurance at this stressful time. Our team are highly skilled and use the latest conveyancing technology but still offer the friendly and personal service that clients prefer. They understand that they’re not dealing with ‘cases’ but with people, not bound up in legal process but in real lives.