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P.George & Co was founded in 1995 and has established itself as a specialised conveyancing and property practice, our office is based in Crouch End, North London. We are accredited by the Law Society with the Law Society's Quality Conveyancing award. Our aim is to ensure that all our clients receive specialised service at an affordable price. In dealing with us you can be assured that our main concern is that your needs are fully catered for.

Please feel free to browse through this site, using the contact and quotation form provided with any questions and queries you may have. You will also find in the contact section a map to help you find us. If you wish to peruse or print a step by step procedural explanation on buying or selling a house or flat please visit the conveyancing section.

To guarantee our customers the satisfaction they expect when they come to us, we provide an array of services within our sector. Before this though, we make sure that we understand your needs and requirements. P. George & Co is an accredited specialised property firm dealing with all aspects of residential and commercial conveyancing and other related

P.George & Co is a specialised Conveyancing firm, accredited by the Law Society with its Quality Conveyancing award. We provide a high quality conveyancing service giving personal attention to our clients whilst applying our in depth knowledge of this field of law and the local area. Our fees are extremely competitive in relation to the service we provide

Qualified in 1991 with a niche City firm and became Head of Property Litigation department before forming P George and Co as a boutique property practice in 1995. Nick Demos' assistant since 1996 with vast experience in residential conveyancing transactions, refinancing and preparation of wills. A trainee legal executive. Extremely conscientious and

Depending on the size and complexity of the estate our fees may vary to reasonably reflect time spent on the matter. Usually probate will be charged at the principal's hourly rate and/or a percentage of the estate. A fixed fee may be given on straightforward IHT exempt Estates or on application for probate not requiring a full IHT Return. Please call

What are the legal aspects of buying a house? The first thing that you will need to do is to obtain a quote by telephoning / faxing or emailing our offices for a request for a quote. Unless you are a cash buyer you will need to arrange a mortgage. There are many independent advisers who are qualified to help you with this. The more cautious buyer likes

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