Anyone who has ever moved house will agree that it is one of the most challenging life events both physically and emotionally that anyone can go through.
In a recent poll two thirds of people voted moving house top of their stress list with it triggering more anxiety than starting a new job, divorce and relationship breakdown.
Moving house is one of life’s most stressful experiences as it involves having to cope with change. You are not just changing your home and getting to know the new one, you might be in a new area, have to find new schools for your children, take on a new commute to work enrol with a new GP and dentist.
It is important to do everything that you can to make sure that moving house does not become an overwhelming experience.
You should get reputable conveyancing solicitors to handle all the legal aspects of the property transaction. They will be able to make sure that your move goes to plan and runs to schedule.
At Dixon Stewart we will provide you with an indication of the fees involved at the outset and there are no hidden extras.
At Dixon Stewart we have over 50 years of helping our clients with the house moving process. The moving process involves lots of paperwork and it is vital that all aspects are correctly completed. We pride ourselves on dealing with the paperwork quickly and efficiently so that the legal process from our side does not cause any hold ups. We are able to advise you of any delays that there may be in a chain and provide you with regular updates. Communication is the key. Our offices are conveniently located in the High Street which can enable better communication.
There are other things you can do to make moving house less stressful but if you instruct Dixon Stewart to deal with the legal process for you then we will at least take some of the strain.
Contact us on email@example.com or call into the office for an estimate of fees if you are thinking of moving house
A law firm that has been offering expert legal help and advice to individuals and businesses in and around Christchurch and New Milton for more than forty years.