LAW firm Chadwick Lawrence has become a member of the Conveyancing Association.
The move follows the success of the firm’s conveyancing department in the current challenging market.
Sarah Haller (pictured), partner and head of domestic conveyancing, said: “We are delighted to have joined the Conveyancing Association.
“We believe it gives our commercial property solicitors a competitive edge which we will share with you in a cost effective manner and our expertise ensures that no detail will go unnoticed.”
The Conveyancing Association is a non-profit making body representing conveyancing operations throughout the UK with a view to shaping the future of conveyancing.
It is the voice of the commercially-minded, service-focused conveyancer, ensuring that it has real influence on those who make the decisions that affect the market.
The association aims to be the first point of contact for all industry stakeholders or interested parties who need to discuss conveyancing.
As a member, Chadwick Lawrence – which has offices in Huddersfield, Leeds, Wakefield and Halifax – will process a wide variety of conveyancing and property transactions acting for both private and corporate clients.