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Transfer & co-ownership

MAKING THE PROCESS AS PAINLESS AS POSSIBLE.

Sometimes, relationships and property partnerships don’t work out. All too often this means trying to work out who owns what share of a joint property. Or perhaps you want to add a person to an existing mortgage…Whatever your situation, we are here to help you through that process. We can also arrange a legal agreement before you buy a property jointly.

Co-ownership – If you buy a home jointly, whether with a husband or wife, fiancé, friend or colleague, the last thing on your mind is who owns what share in that property.

Single or Joint – A property can be owned by up to a maximum of four people. Where two or more people own a property, it is important that there are documents recording the shares, particularly if they are unequal.

Transfer of ownership – The purpose of the transfer is to release or add a person to the ownership of the property and/or to the mortgage where one exists.

 

Meet the team

Alison  Treble
Alison Treble
Partner
Giles Griffiths
Giles Griffiths
Associate Solicitor
Jessica Castella
Jessica Castella
Solicitor
Margaret  Goddard
Margaret Goddard
Chartered Legal Executive
Caroline Boa
Caroline Boa
Chartered Legal Executive
Natalie Howell
Natalie Howell
Chartered Legal Executive
Debra Morley
Debra Morley
Chartered Legal Executive

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