Conveyancing Solicitors in Southend on Sea


If you’re looking for clear-cut advice from expert conveyancing solicitors in Essex, it’s time to contact the team here at Hook & Partners.

Our property team can manage all aspects of your property sale or purchase in Southend on Sea, Westcliff on Sea and Leigh on Sea, including:

Equity transfers

If your circumstances have changed, and you are now looking to transfer shares in your property to a spouse or other family member, you’ll benefit from the support of our specialist solicitors and paralegals. These conveyancing experts will talk you through your options, then work tirelessly to ensure your needs are met quickly and with minimal hassle.

Equity release

Are you over 55 years of age? If so, you could release equity from your home in order to enjoy a more comfortable retirement. Freeing up capital from a property can also enable you to carry out vital home improvements, pay off existing debts, or even provide financial help to your children. Talk to our conveyancing solicitors today about the equity release schemes that are currently available.

Lease extensions

Extending the lease on your home is important if you want to make sure the property retains its market value. Our lease extension solicitors can manage every aspect of the extension application, from overseeing the initial RICS valuation to administering a Section 42 Tenant’s Notice to your freeholder and negotiating new terms.

Mobile home conveyancing

Thanks to their relative affordability, there’s been a surge in demand for mobile homes and lodges. But even though the process of buying or selling a mobile home is straightforward, there are plenty of legal pitfalls for inexperienced owners. To make sure the conveyancing process runs smoothly, contact one of our mobile home solicitors, who will be happy to manage ownership transfers in Southend, Leigh on Sea or Westcliff on Sea.


We’ve helped thousands of clients successfully remortgage their properties. If you’re coming to the end of your residential mortgage term, be sure to seek the advice of one of our conveyancing solicitors, who will be able to handle all the necessary paperwork on your behalf and ensure the new mortgage has been registered with the Land Registry when the process is complete.

What to look for in a property solicitor

There are plenty of conveyancing solicitors in Southend, Leigh on Sea and Westcliff on Sea offering their services to home movers – but how can you be sure that the property solicitor you choose will have the specialist skills and practical experience needed to navigate the legal side of your relocation?

The solicitor you choose will, of course, need to have expert knowledge of the latest conveyancing legislation. They must have a thorough understanding of the complex processes involved in buying and selling a property, and they should be assisted by support staff who will work quickly and diligently to bring each case to completion. Ideally, they will also need to be regulated by a suitable governing body; it’s the only way you can be sure they’re delivering a premium service.

However, it’s also important that your chosen conveyancing solicitor in Southend on Sea has a personable approach to their work. After all, the solicitors you eventually instruct to handle your move will eventually become your confidantes – if you have any worries or concerns at any stage of the process, you need to know that your team will only ever be an email or a phone call away.

Why choose Hook & Partners?

We have been helping homeowners in Southend, Leigh on Sea and Westcliff on Sea relocate for over four decades, and during this time we have developed unparalleled knowledge of even the most complex areas of residential property law.

Our property solicitors are proud to provide a conveyancing service that’s fast, flexible and reliable – three traits that are central to ensuring a smooth, hassle free process for our clients.

What’s more, we are fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and boast up to date accreditation with the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS).