Residential Conveyancing & Pricing

Worried about that move? Don't know what is going to happen and when? It pays to get the right help at the right time.

Let us look after you. Our friendly and experienced team will explain everything you need to know at every stage of the transaction. First class service and advice is guaranteed.

Moving home is one of the most stressful experiences we are faced with in modern day living. Here at Smith and Graham we have a dedicated professional team to help guide you through the whole process.


Sharon Crosby

Sharon Crosby is a Licensed Conveyancer and the Head of our Residential Conveyancing Department.  She is born and bred in Hartlepool but now resides in Stockton.

Sharon has worked within legal practice for over 30 years, twenty years of which has been spent dealing with a wide range of property matters across many areas of England but particularly Hartlepool, Teesside and County Durham. 

Sharon is used to dealing with volume conveyancing and very much loves a challenge!

Andrea Tudball

Andrea first joined Smith & Graham in 1990 and left in 2006 to start her family, rejoining the residential conveyancing team as a Conveyancing Assistant in 2011.  Andrea has several years experience working within conveyancing and enjoys this area of work.

Diane McKenner

Diane joined Smith and Graham in March 2018 and previously had 6 years experience working in this area.



Any work we carry out will be based on a fixed fee. The amount we charge will depend if your matter is a sale or purchase and the cost of the property. Other charges you will need to consider are also dependant upon a number of factors. Please read our guide below for pricing information and further costs that you may incur.

Note; If your matter requires additional work that is not included in the estimate, you will be informed of this and what additional costs will be at the earliest possible time. Matters typically exceeding the quoted fee when they are particularly complicated, for example where a lease has to be exhausted as part of the purchase of a leasehold property, or when there are issues on the title.

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