At Neil Kilcoyne & Co Solicitors, our expert lawyers are able to provide a range of conveyancing services from our offices in Glasgow

Leading Conveyancing Lawyers in Glasgow

How we can help?

Conveyancing Lawyers in Glasgow

At Neil Kilcoyne Solicitors, we know that buying or selling a property can be a stressful process. That is why we combine a professional approach with a personal service, to make sure that the conveyancing process is as smooth as possible for you, and first-time buyers

Free, no-obligation consultation

If you would like to sell or purchase property, we can help. We have solicitors available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for advice.

What Can We Do For You?

Our Conveyancing Services


Selling a Property

In Scotland, when you are selling a property, it must be transferred using a written contract which is formed with various documents exchanged by us, the conveyancing solicitors, and the buyer’s solicitor.

Once the offer has been accepted and the contract agreed, the conveyancing process begins, which involves the formal transfer of ownership of the property from the seller to the buyer.

Our conveyancing solicitors in Glasgow can help guide you through the process.

Buying a House

Whether you are a first-time buyer or you have purchased a house before, you will need a solicitor for buying a house. Our conveyancing team can help you conduct searches, prepare and review legal documents, and coordinate with other parties involved in the transaction.

Equity Release

Our conveyancing solicitors offer guidance and assistance to clients who are considering obtaining an equity release product. An equity release is a financial product which allows homeowners to access the value of their homes without having to sell the property.

These products include reverse mortgages, home reversion plans or a lifetime mortgage.

Commercial Property Conveyancing

At Neil Kilcoyne & Co Solicitors, our conveyancing team can provide legal advice on the process of transferring ownership of commercial property. We can assist with legal documents and coordinating with other parties involved.


What are the ID Requirements?

Photographic ID

We require a valid photographic ID

This can either be:

  • Valid Passport
  • Valid Driving Licence

Proof of Address

We require proof of your current residential address (dated within the last 3 months)

This would normally include items such as:

  • Full UK driving licence
  • Council Tax bill
  • Utility bill statement
  • Bank account statement


Conveyancing covers the legal process of the transfer of ownership from one person to another. It is our conveyancing solicitors’ responsibility to ensure that your move goes smoothly and the ownership from the seller to the buyer passes over safely. It’s important that both parties understand the conveyancing process. 

  1. Acquire a conveyancing solicitor and begin the initial stages
  2. Begin enquiries and conveyancing searches
  3. Secure your mortgage and house survey
  4. Sign the Contract (conclude missives)
  5. Completion

The conveyancing process usually takes between 8–12 weeks on average. However, it completely depends on the chain that is involved. For example, if the chain involves multiple parties that need to sell their own property, before they can complete the sale of their new one, this can delay the process by months.

There are a number of costs involved with the purchase of a property which depend on a number of factors, including whether you are not you are a first time buyer. It doesn’t matter if you’ve purchased a house before or this is a first purchase, you’ll need an expert solicitor for buying a house. That’s where we come in.

To obtain a quote we require to know:

  • Whether you are a first time buyer
  • the purchase price of the property
  • Whether you are obtaining mortgage finance to assist with the purchase
  • Whether you are buying a new build

You are entitled to legal advice before and during police questioning. We have solicitors available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for advice.


Instructing Neil Kilcoyne & Co Solicitors will ensure that the process of buying or selling a property goes smoothly. We can assist you by:

  1. Preparing and reviewing legal documents 
  2. Conducting searches on the property 
  3. Coordinating with other parties 
  4. Providing legal advice