Need to transfer the ownership of your home?
Want to be released from your mortgage obligations?
Following a divorce or separation, co-owners of a property may need to change the ownership arrangement. Whether this is as a result of a court order or by voluntary agreement, the transfer of equity is a legal transaction that should be completed by a licensed conveyancer.
Permission will have to be sought from your mortgage company and any other secured lenders and the transfer must be registered at the land registry to be binding.
We can negotiate with your mortgage lender for consent to transfer and release from mortgage obligations depending on your circumstances. We make sure that the conditions of your divorce or separation agreement are met and evidence is provided to the court.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist residential property solicitors provides conveyancing services throughout Staffordshire and Cheshire. To find out more, contact our conveyancing solicitors or call 01782 577000.
To receive a conveyancing quote, simply click on the conveyancing quote box below and enter your details.
What clients say
“Thank you for all your help. Everything has been easy and stress free” Matthew Taylor
“Just want to say a big thank you for all your help. You have been very efficient and it has been a pleasure to deal with you. Our whole family will definitely use your company for all future conveyance requirements.” Carole M
“Kerry, we just wanted to say thank you so much for all your hard work conveyancing for the sale and purchase of our property. You really were fantastic and made the whole process simple and stress free. We will definitely be returning in the future and have already been recommending you to friends and family” Mr & Mrs I
I would definitely use you again if need be!” Alison
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