Changing the ownership of a property

Whether you wish to add a new partner onto the title deeds of your property, or transfer the legal ownership after a divorce, separation or bereavement, Mooney Everett Solicitors in Ormskirk, West Lancashire, will ensure the legal process is completed efficiently on your behalf.

If there is a mortgage on the property, we will need to get permission for the transfer to take place and, possibly, a release from the mortgage obligations. We contact the Land Registry on your behalf and ensure that there are no restrictions on the title deed preventing the transfer.

Our expert property solicitors will oversee every stage of a transfer of title, providing the supporting documentation you will need in order to evidence the completion, including a copy of the new title deeds from the Land Registry.

As part of our comprehensive service, we will also advise you on any implications for you and your family that may arise from the transfer, including whether you will need to update your will or take tax planning advice.

From our convenient offices in Ormskirk, with no hidden costs and a same-day response promise, our friendly property lawyers will make your property transaction straightforward and hassle-free. We always speak in plain English, not legal jargon. We explain all the processes clearly, answer any questions you may have and keep you updated along the way.

For more information, contact Susan Ward, head of residential property, on 01695 574111 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required to arrange an initial consultation with one of our conveyancing specialists in Ormskirk.  We also offer Skype meetings at a time that suits you.

  Mooney Everett Solicitors is open on Saturday mornings.

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