/ In this package, our legal experts have addressed the following questions:

  • What does it mean to be “co-owners” of the property?
  • What will happen to my property if I die?
  • How can I change my tenancy from Joint Tenants to Tenants in Common with the Land Registry?
  • Who bears the responsibility for the mortgage while our financial affairs are being settled?
  • What is the process if one partner wishes to keep the property?
  • How can we decide how much money should be paid in consideration if the property is transferred from joint names to one person's name?
  • Will the stamp duty be payable if I buy my partner’s share?
  • How can we sell the property?
  • How should the sale proceeds be divided?
  • What is the procedure if my ex-partner and I cannot agree to sell the property?
  • How will the court decide what to do if my ex-partner and I disagree on whether to sell the property?
  • What is the court procedure if my ex-partner and I disagree on whether to sell the property?
  • Why is it important that I make a Will or change my existing Will?
  • How can I regulate who can live in the family home? Learn more about Occupation Orders.
  • Who should be the respondent to my application for an occupation order?
  • How can I apply for an occupation order?
  • How will the court decide whether to grant my application for an occupation order?
  • In case of emergency, can I make an urgent application for an occupation order?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
  • What does it mean to be “co-owners” of the property?
  • What will happen to my property if I die?
  • How can I change my tenancy from Joint Tenants to Tenants in Common with the Land Registry?
  • Who bears the responsibility for the mortgage while our financial affairs are being settled?
  • What is the process if one partner wishes to keep the property?
  • How can we decide how much money should be paid in consideration if the property is transferred from joint names to one person's name?
  • Will the stamp duty be payable if I buy my partner’s share?
  • How can we sell the property?
  • How should the sale proceeds be divided?
  • What is the procedure if my ex-partner and I cannot agree to sell the property?
  • How will the court decide what to do if my ex-partner and I disagree on whether to sell the property?
  • What is the court procedure if my ex-partner and I disagree on whether to sell the property?
  • Why is it important that I make a Will or change my existing Will?
  • How can I regulate who can live in the family home? Learn more about Occupation Orders.
  • Who should be the respondent to my application for an occupation order?
  • How can I apply for an occupation order?
  • How will the court decide whether to grant my application for an occupation order?
  • In case of emergency, can I make an urgent application for an occupation order?
* Based on a £300 average hourly rate for solicitors across the country.
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