How to Get in Touch with Conveyancing.Lawyer
One of the advantages of choosing a real law firm rather than a panel manager, is that we’re really easy to get hold of.
Our main conveyancing office is in Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire, and we have other offices in Grantham and Lincoln, Lincolnshire. However, we can handle conveyancing all over England and Wales.
℅ Bird & Co Solicitors LLP
38 Kirk Gate
All our clients are given a direct phone line for their conveyancing team when the file is allocated to the lawyers. It is always best to use those details.
In the meantime, if you want to speak to us about a quote, ring 01636 616354.
We try wherever possible to use email for communications, as it is far easier and quicker.
You will be given a direct email for your conveyancing team, but the general email is email@example.com.
Visits to the Office
Of course, if you’re local or passing by, we’d be pleased to see you. It’s usually best to make an appointment, and bear in mind that although all Conveyancing.Lawyer post goes to Newark, it may be that your conveyancing solicitor is based in one of our other offices in Grantham or Lincoln.
Our office hours are 9am to 5:30pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4:30pm on a Friday, although because we’re dedicated to serving our clients you might well find people working out of hours. If you specifically need to see us at another time, let us know and we will try to help you.
If you’re wanting to check out who we are, the best way to do that is via the official sources of information such as Companies House, the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and the Law Society.
Law Society “Find a Solicitor” page (note that Conveyancing.Lawyer is a listed trading style)
Solicitors Regulation Authority (our SRA ID is 442827)
Lastly, our firm’s main website is at www.birdandco.co.uk.
An Important Note on Security
Our Client Account details are listed in our terms and conditions and are not scheduled to change. If you receive an email asking you to send money to an account other than the one listed in our terms, please advise us immediately. You should always ensure that your email account details are secure and that your computer security is up to date with appropriate firewalls and virus or malware protection. Do not send emails about your conveyancing transactions from insecure wifi networks; always use VPN if on a public network. If you call us we may ask security questions to verify your identity. As lawyers we are required to keep your affairs confidential except where we are legally obliged not to; we cannot therefore discuss your matter with anyone other than the client.