Tinsdills joins CQS
Alexia Drew, 19th June 2012
Staffordshire based law firm Tinsdills Solicitors have announced that they have achieved the requirements for the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme and are now CQS accredited. The scheme recognises high standards of practice management and client care within law firms that undertake residential conveyancing work.
Andrew Burrows, Partner and Residential Property Department Head said:
"I am delighted that Tinsdills has achieved the Conveyancing Quality Scheme. This accreditation demonstrates the high standard of case management that we carry out in residential property matters as well as our commitment to client satisfaction. Moving home can be a stressful time and in an ever competitive market consumers are looking for the best experience and quality service to minimise potential problems. This accreditation will be the sign to consumers that Tinsdills provides that level of quality that they are looking for."
The Law Society launched the CQS in order to provide a recognised quality standard for residential Conveyancing practices. Firms must undertake a rigorous assessment before winning accreditation. The CQS is supported by the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the Building Societies Association and the Association of British Insurers.
Congratulations to Tinsdills Solicitors
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