PCS LEGAL are an established firm of Licensed Conveyancers and Probate Practitioners regulated by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC). Our staff are dedicated and highly trained in dealing with all aspects of your proposed transaction whatever the circumstances may be.
We are committed to delivering a better customer experience and a level of service not normally associated with legal firms. We invest significantly in the development of new technology platforms in order that we can deliver better communication and increased flexibility.
As a progressive legal firm we are committed to ensuring all clients receive the highest possible standard of advice in relation to their house or flat Purchases and sales as well as Re mortgage, Will advice, Probate, Estate Planning and Commercial Transactions.
Our property lawyers have extensive legal experience in all fields of property law and are suitably qualified to deal with all your needs.
Fast and Efficient
We provide a fast and efficient service with a free, no obligation quotation at your request. Welcoming cooperative and fully qualified staff are on hand to answer any queries you may have in relation to your transaction.
To arrange a quote or for more information visit our website at www.pcslegal.co.uk or call us on 0845 505 8888
*Share to Buy ltd does not directly endorse or recommend PCS Legal or any other firm of solicitors or conveyancers and takes no liability for the service you receive, and can give no guarantees to levels of service, but recognises from its commercial experience of working with PCS Legal that they seem to offer a comprehensive service staffed by professionals with high levels of knowledge specific to Shared Ownership and affordable housing transactions. Share to Buy ltd does not receive any commission or referral fees if you use PCS Legal, although PCS Legal may from time to time choose to advertise on sharetobuy.com and at home shows hosted by Share to Buy ltd. You are not obliged to use PCS Legal or any other specific firm for your transaction and should take independent legal advice before entering into any complex financial transaction, including house purchase, sale, staircasing or other related transactions.