Whetham & Green provides an approachable, individual legal service in Mid-Sussex taking care of all of your important situations. Established in 1948, we have been providing comprehensive legal services, specialising in residential and commercial conveyancing, wills, probate and powers of attorney. John Green has been senior partner for a number of years, and can arrange tailor made wills and affordable legal practice with no hidden charges. Talk to us at our offices, call us to find out more or ask us about home visits for those who find it difficult to visit us.
|Address||54 Crecent Road|
|Phone Number||014 4423 3403|
Products & Services
Freehold and Leasehold
Houses, flats and other properties
Mortgages and Remortgages
Transfer of Ownership
Professional, efficient & friendly manner to reduce your stress
Free, fixed quotations
Freehold and leasehold
Commercial Property transactions both within & outside of the Mid Sussex area
Considerable experience in the negotiation and renewal of business leases
Leases of Offices, Retail Shops, Restaurants and Factory Units.
Acting for Landlords and tenants, regularly dealing with the grant of licenses to Assign and Rent Deposit deeds
From Our Website
We are conveniently situated in Burgess Hill and provide a range of legal services for clients in Sussex and beyond. We are a traditional high street style practice with specialised services for both private and commercial clients. It is our aim to make the legal process easy and smooth for all those we deal with.
We offer a caring and helpful service to clients during a sad and stressful time, ensuring the administration of their loved-ones estate proceeds as smoothly and efficiently as possible, with the minimum of distress. We are governed by the needs of the client and are able to offer as much (or as little) assistance as required, whether it be in obtaining the Grant of Probate or administration of the estate from the beginning to its conclusion.
The average process of selling, buying or re-mortgaging your home can take between 6-12 weeks. It can be quicker or slower depending on the parties in the chain. Below is a general summary of the process for conveyancing of residential property. Obviously, this is a guide, as your actual transaction will be dependent on a number of circumstances.