Buying a property can be an exciting but also daunting process. There are different legal aspects that should be considered. Sherwin O’Riordan LLP can assist you with expert legal advice for all questions around buying a residential property.
Buying a house for the first time, moving home or adding a property to your portfolio can all be equally stressful and exciting. It’s a big move with huge financial consequences, and you need to know that you have an experienced solicitor working for you, properly handling all the legal issues.
Our conveyancing experts have helped thousands of people buying a new home. We are with you every step of the way, from pre-contract right through to completion and it’s our job to make the whole process as smooth as possible. We have supported our clients buying everything from rural, urban, leasehold, freehold and new builds to listed properties, and we can make that experience work for you.
We are also a full-service law firm, meaning that our conveyancing specialists can access other expert teams across the firm like Probate, Litigation, Tax and Trusts to make sure that, whatever you need, we can help.
We will assist you throughout the process of buying a property, and advise you of any legal issues and how best to deal with them. We will also advise you in relation to your mortgage. We will ensure that your purchase Deed is stamped with the Revenue Commissioners within the requisite time and we will register your Deed with the Property Registration Authority.
Our main aim is to bring you step by step through the process of buying your property in a timely and efficient manner and explain to you, in plain English, without the legal jargon, where we are at with the process, what if anything we require from you as the client and the next steps.
However, our services go even further.
The time of buying a house is a good time to re-consider your Will and Inheritance Tax issues generally. We have a dedicated team who can advise you on these matters and this could save you problems later on.
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