Your Residential Property Solicitors

Clough & Willis is a specialist team of property solicitors and we have been awarded membership of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) - the mark of excellence for the home buying process.

If you are buying or selling, you need to ensure that the person representing your interests is a fully-qualified specialist.  For legal advice regarding any aspect of property law, contact our team today. From our offices in Bolton and Bury, we have helped hundreds of clients find the resolution they deserve. Contact us by calling 0800 083 0815 or fill out an online enquiry form on this page.

Our services

Our experienced team can offer advice and guidance in the following areas:

We offer:

  • The expertise of trained solicitors
  • High level of service and communication
  • Continuity of service - you will deal with your solicitor throughout
  • No call centre, no gimmicks
  • Independence - that is to say:
    1. Of bank or estate agency ownership 
    2. Of tied relationships (we do not pay referral fees to third parties for your work)

 All of the above is the minimum you should insist upon when dealing with what is probably your biggest investment - your home.

We are here to help you through what tends to be a stressful time.  Our lawyers are always at the end of the phone if required to reassure and assist.  We are a high quality and personal solicitor driven service and competitively priced too!

It is because of the level of service and our competitive pricing that we often act on sales and purchases in the London, South East area and nationally. 

Therefore, before you instruct a solicitor please contact us for a free no obligation quote. 

Contact us

Talk to us today by either calling us on 0800 083 0815 or by completing our online enquiry form, which you can find on the side of this page. Our offices are located in Bolton and Bury, but we are able to provide our services to people throughout the country. 

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