Bonallack & Bishop granted Conveyancing Quality Scheme accreditation by the Law Society

Law Society Conveyancing Quality Accredited

In recent years, the amount of regulation surrounding conveyancing has increased greatly making life more difficult for lawyers and those looking to buy or sell a property. Indeed, something as innocuous as a solar panel can cause enormous problems for those who are not up to speed with the complexity of property law.

It is crucial therefore that the solicitor you instruct for your conveyancing needs is a genuine specialist. How to you check specialist status though? The clearest indicator is their membership of specialist legal panels such as those operated by the Law Society.

In the case of conveyancing, you want to check that your solicitors are part of the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme – a panel dedicated to lawyers specialising in the sale and purchase of properties. One need only to look a the list of companies who rely upon members of this panel to see how well-respected it is; HSBC, Santander and Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank all rely on the panel’s expertise.

It is not easy to earn a place on this panel; the Law Society subjects all applications to thorough assessment to ensure that there is a sufficient level of expertise and previous success doing conveyancing work.

When instructing a lawyer for your conveyancing work, it is important that you choose a member of the Scheme and Bonallack & Bishop’s Salisbury based conveyancing team meets that requirement.

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New Addition to our Divorce Team – Mark Eyles

We are delighted to extend a very warm welcome to solicitor Mark Eyles who has just joined our divorce team – one of three very high quality appointments we have made to brand-new positions in just three months. Mark comes to us specialising in high net worth financial disputes arising out of relationship breakdown and children matters – skills and experience enormously valued by clients and ourselves alike.

Mark is a member of Resolution (the Solicitors Family Law Association as was) and is a fully trained Collaborative Lawyer, following guidelines set down by Resolution in order to resolve cases in a far more amicable, fair and cost effective way that might be possible in court. In addition he is also a Resolution accredited specialist in Children matters. We strongly champion Collaborative Law as an extremely effective, person friendly, approach to dispute resolution and are extremely happy to welcome another expert practitioner aboard.

In addition to his Family Law expertise, Mark also specialises in the peculiar complexities of Police and Armed Forces pension cases and has extensive experience in cases involving company assets, taxation issue and overseas assets. Was that large palette of talents not enough he has also established himself as a very effective advocate in court. We are very aware that divorce solicitors with Mark’s levels experience and specialist knowledge are rare diamonds indeed and feel absolutely certain that his family law clients in the Salisbury and Amesbury area will benefit enormously from having him available to them.