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Conveyancing Solicitors Llanelli

At DPA Law, we specialise in providing professional and thorough conveyancing services in Llanelli and the surrounding areas. Our seasoned team of solicitors is dedicated to ensuring a seamless, stress-free experience as you navigate through your property transactions.

Our services

Whether you're buying, selling, or remortgaging a property, our comprehensive conveyancing services cover every aspect of the transaction.


Our Conveyancing department can assist with:

  • Freehold Property

  • Leasehold Property

  • Gifts

  • Remortgages

  • Transfers on Divorce

  • Transfer of Equity 

  • Probate Sales

Why choose DPA Law?

  • Experienced Team: Our solicitors have years of experience in handling a wide range of property transactions. We ensure that every detail is attended to, preventing any issues down the line.

  • Transparent Pricing: We offer competitive and transparent pricing with no hidden fees, providing you with clear cost estimates from the outset.

  • Personalised Service: We believe that every client is unique, and we tailor our services to meet your specific needs and circumstances.

  • Local Knowledge: Being based in Llanelli, we have an in-depth understanding of the local property market and regulations, enabling us to provide informed and accurate advice.

Contact the Team

Embark on your property journey with the trusted advisors at DPA Law. Contact our Llanelli office today on 01554 749144 or email us at

  • What is a conveyancer?
    A conveyancer is a specialist lawyer who specialises in the legal aspects surrounding the sale and purchase of a property.
  • What is conveyancing?
    This is the branch of law that deals with the legal aspects of buying and selling a property.
  • What is the difference between a Freehold and Leasehold property?
    When you own a freehold, you solely own both the building and land it stands upon. When you own a leasehold, you will be subject to a lease and only have the right to live in the property for the set number of years stated within the Lease. Even though you own the property, you will not own the land it stands upon and will need to seek the freeholder’s consent before making any alterations. You would also need to pay ground rent and service charges to the freeholder/management company.
  • What is a service charge?
    A Leaseholder will need to pay rent for the property to the freeholder or management company each year, this is known as ‘ground rent’.
  • What is ground rent?
    A Leaseholder will need to pay rent for the property to the freeholder or management company each year, this is known as ‘ground rent’.
  • How long will conveyancing take?
    Every case is difference and therefore it’s hard to give an exact timescale. However, on average, Buying or selling a home normally takes between 2 to 3 months. Please note that if the property is a leasehold or is a part of a chain it may take longer.
  • What is a chain?
    When there are several houses and people buying and selling at the same time, this is called a chain. People will normally try to sell and purchase a house simultaneously to avoid additional costs of owning multiple properties. When there is a chain, all properties involved will need to exchange simultaneously. Due to this, the process can only go as fast as the slowest link in that chain.
  • Why do I need to provide proof of ID?
    To comply with the money laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations Act 2017, proof of ID is required in conveyancing matters. Solicitors and conveyancers are obligated to check the identity of any prospective clients to prevent and protect themselves against money laundering or fraud. Two sets of in date ID will be required, being photographic ID and residential ID.
  • I am purchasing a property; do I need searches?
    If you are purchasing a property with a mortgage, you will be required to have searches conducted. As part of the Mortgage Lenders requirements, searches must be carried out to ensure that the property has no hidden issues. If you are a cash buyer, you can proceed without searches, however, this is risky, and we would always recommend that searches are carried out to ensure that there are no hidden defects or issues that you need to be aware of.
  • When purchasing a property, what searches are required?
    There are three main searches that will be ordered when purchasing a property. They are: - Environmental search, - Water & Drainage search, and - A local Search However, depending on the location of the property, some additional searches may be required. For example, a coal search. Your conveyancer or solicitor will also do an official search on the property by way of an OS1 or OS2.
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