Conveyancing & Wills
We have access to panel of Solicitors ready to complete the legal work required for your property transaction. With a wide range of lenders, you need to choose the right Solicitor.
Conveyancing is the process of transferring a property from one legal owner to another. There are three separate stages to go through when you are buying or selling a house; agreeing the sale, exchange of contracts and completion.
Once you have found a home, you will need to instruct some Solicitors to act on your behalf. We have access to a panel of Solicitors and will ensure they are approved to work with the lender we have recommended for your mortgage.
Say Hello To Digital Move
Digital move is a conveyancing platform that brings together clients and conveyancers, helping to dramatically reduce the time it takes to move home. You get access to an online portal to track case progress, upload documents and communicate directly with the legal team handling your transaction. We provide no obligation quotations and can instruct at the click of a button to get you moving quickly.
(This isn't a service we provide in-house. We have access to a panel of trusted partners)
Start conveyancing journey immediately - no waiting around for paperwork to arrive
Start-to-finish view of your conveyancing journey
Greater communication between all parties
Real-time progress updates
Digital verification/transactions - easier and more secure
Available 24/7 on desktop, tablet or mobile
Have You Got A Will?
Your will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die (all these things together are called your ‘estate’). If you don’t leave a will, the law decides how your estate is passed on – and this might not be in line with your wishes. No will means laws of 'Intestacy' dictate where your estate goes and this can be stressful and expensive. Will writing is not part of the Openwork offering and is offered in our own right. Openwork Limited accept no responsibility for this aspect of our business. Will writing is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.