Tassells are pleased to confirm that their application to remain part of the CQS has been successful.

CQS was created by the Law Society to encourage best practice amongst solicitors firms who carry out residential conveyancing. It is designed to give buyers, sellers and lenders confidence in their dealings with an accredited firm.

Tassells was one of the first firms to obtain CQS accreditation. This involved the rigorous examination of our management structure and an in-depth investigation of our personnel. CQS member firms are required to promise to carry out work to the highest standards and to demonstrate absolute financial and professional integrity. For this reason Banks and Building Societies now look to CQS accreditation when appointing firms to carry out mortgage work on their behalf.

An accredited firm must undertake to maintain the required standard at all times and ensure that all its conveyancing lawyers complete compulsory training. The firm must also submit itself to detailed scrutiny by the Law Society once a year as part of the re-accreditation process. This is the process which has been successfully completed.