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Are you transferring a property to a family member? Is the property transfer part of marriage or a divorce?

There are several routes you can go down if you want to transfer property to family members or a loved one. We can support you in finding the right solution for your unique needs.

The types of transfers you can do and the different taxes you might have to pay all depend on a variety of things. We can support you with:

  • Transferring property to your spouse/civil partner
  • Divorce or dissolution and transfer of equity
  • Transferring property to your children
  • Severing joint tenants or tenants in common
  • Gifting property to your spouse/civil partner or children

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With our extensive knowledge and understanding across many key areas of UK civil law, we're able to provide bespoke legal advice that's tailored to your circumstances.

We know that the law can feel extremely complex and we are there to guide our clients with our down-to-earth approach and jargon-free legal advice.

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  • We offer our Residential Conveyancing matters on a Fixed fee basis with flexible payments.
  • Where we agree a fixed fee with you from the outset of the case, you will know how much your case will cost exactly. The Fixed Fee agreed will depend on:
    1. The complexity of the case
    2. The amount of supporting evidence that we need to consider
  • The estimates described below represent the range of the fees for most standard applications. Upon our initial assessment of your situation, we may agree on a fixed fee.
  • Our charges do not include VAT, which we will add to your bill at the prevailing rate which is at 20%.

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