I need a letter on solicitors headed paper to say I have had advice about the transfer of deeds of my property. How much will it cost?

28th Aug 2019

I am happy to continue without the advice however the firm representing my ex partner require this as a minimum.  I am based in Peterborough.

CATEGORY: Conveyancing & Property

LOCATION: CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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  • Curwens LLP

    Good Morning.  My name is Pam Rowan and I am based at Curwens in Royston.  I will be happy to make an appointment to meet with you (a meeting taking about 30 minutes) in order to advise you about this.  You will need to bring the Transfer Deed with you and a copy of the Title together with two forms of ID (a driving licence and Passport).  After our meeting  I will then prepare the letter for you to take away the same day.

     I anticipate one hour's work which will be £195 plus vat which will be payable by debit or credit card at the time of the meeting.

    If this is helpful and agreeable, I look forward to hearing from you.  If you would prefer to email, then my email address is pamela.rowan@curwens.co.uk

    Kind regards,

    Pam

     

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