My maiden name is still on the deeds of the property I am selling….
What to do if my maiden name is still on the deeds of the property I’m selling?
If your maiden name is still on the deeds of the property you are selling we will need to see your marriage certificate. We will either need you to send the original which we can copy and then return to you or a copy that has been certified by a local solicitor.
What happens if I change my name when buying a property?
I got married recently and my identification is still in my maiden name. Do you need me to provide any other information? Yes, we will also need you to provide your marriage certificate. We will need you to send the original. We can photocopy it and then return to you. Or you could send us a copy that has been certified by a local solicitor.
How much will it cost me to change the names on my property deeds?
How much will it cost me to change the names on my property deeds? This depends on whether you have an existing mortgage or not and if the property is leasehold or freehold.
A Transfer of Ownership is required when you wish to transfer part or all of your property to another person. This can be vital for several reasons, but most commonly it’s due to a relationship breakdown. The process allows you to legally add or remove a person from the property title deeds, leaving at least one of the original owners in place.
However, if no original owner is remaining on the title deeds, you would require our conveyancing services, as this would become a sale or a purchase rather than a Transfer of Equity, even if no money changes hands.
How much will it cost me to change the names on my property deeds and what is included in the price?
Drawing a Transfer Deed to transfer the ownership of the property
Obtaining relevant signatories
Dealing with your lender’s consent to the transfer (where applicable)
Dealing with your remortgage (where applicable)
Dealing with your landlord’s requirements for the transfer (where applicable)
What is not included?
Anything not listed as included above
Depending on your circumstances, Stamp Duty Land Tax may be payable. This has not been included in the quote. If SDLT is due, an additional £75 + VAT will be added to your quote for completing and filing the SDLT return. Land Registry Fees are due and will be payable based upon the purchase price. The Final Search Fee will be £20 plus VAT and Title Search Fee will be £20 plus VAT for a freehold or £30 plus VAT for a leasehold. We also have an additional fee scale you may wish to refer to.
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