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Transfers of property can be required for a wide variety of reasons
Transfers of property can be required for a wide variety of reasons, such as transfers following separation or divorce (which often have to be completed within fixed timescales), to beneficiaries as part of estate administration, gifting to family members or into trust as a means of tax planning.
Do not be tempted by those firms offering a straightforward conveyancing service: this is a specialist area of the law, and you could be at risk of not being informed of many of the wider implications of a transfer of property.
If you are considering gifting a property then you should seek expert advice from our highly qualified and experienced Wealth Protection team, who will be able to advise you on the effects of such transfer with particular reference to the tax liability, for both you and the recipient, now or in the future.
We offer our clients considerable experience in drafting transfers where an additional party is being added to a property title, ensuring that everybody’s interests are protected. We may in certain circumstances recommend that you also enter into a declaration of trust, or also that you should prepare or review your Will.
Our specialist team are experienced in dealing with transfers of property. If you would like to speak to a member of the team, please contact 03333 058375 or email WealthProtection@psg-law.co.uk
We work closely with our Family Law team, providing assistance to those going through separation or divorce and are required to make a transfer of property or properties, so you can be assured of high level expertise at all times.
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