RG Solicitors becomes RG Law

RG Solicitors is regulated by the CLC (Council for Licensed Conveyancers instead of the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority) and has rebranded RG Law.

This is a natural transition after 11 years of specialising in conveyancing, Wills and probate. ‘We want to focus on our core business and be the best we can in providing an excellent customer experience. We also want to grow the Wills and probate side of our business that really compliments our conveyancing clients. Clients buying a property are acquiring an expensive asset so it makes sense to also have a will in place.’ said Matt Gillies, Managing Partner.

Conveyancing is in RG’s DNA and the positive feedback that is evident from Trustpilot shows they are consistently getting it right for their clients. They are experts in second-hand property conveyancing and are building a positive reputation in newbuild conveyancing, working with developers and Housing Associations on social housing conveyancing.

What will change… in reality, nothing. There are minor differences between the two regulators, but this will not change the way RG manages its cases, the advice customers are given, the money they hold or the fees they charge. The SRA promises to consumers are here http://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/using-solicitor/what-to-expect.page#expect and the CLC handbook for consumers is here https://www.clc-uk.org/handbook/consumer/. You will see that the rules for the SRA and the CLC are very similar.

‘We are really excited about the future and the continued growth and development of our employees and our brand.’ said Karen Marsh, Sales and Marketing Director.