Are you transferring for inheritance reasons, to a new partner, or as part of a portfolio re-structuring? What ever the reason the process and steps are very much dependant on what you are trying to achieve. We cannot stress enough the need to get advice to protect the asset in accordance with your end goal. We are always discussing these matters with clients and each time there are ways to achive the end result and avoid the pit falls which can trip you up either now or in the future, if you do not get the legally correct advice. (Please Call)
Buying, selling and transferring property to a family member can be straight forward. To this end and as long as everyone is happy to proceed peacefully (without conflict) the costs, timescales and stress can be kept to a minimum.
If everyone is in agreement the work can be kept to a minimum by using differing lawyers in the same firm. This has the added benefit of avoiding the extra expenses and adversarial nature of the transaction. It can also keep the red tape and missives to a minimum, which is all good for you the clients. If this is the case and you wish to save money just give us a call and we can put you in the right direction.
The existence of having a loan over the property that is being transferred can restrict and limit the levels of savings. It may be that you wish to gift the property to your son or daughter, yet with a loan over the property this will restrict your options. Like may things in life savings are made by keeping things simple and straight forward. Many firms can over complicate the transaction which can delay and increase the price to you the client.
” Our advice is simple call today and see if we can point you in the correct direction. Even if you use another firm we are always happy to help. We say this because for many clients its about the end result and in property law there are differing routes, each with its own benefits “.
Who to trust ? Information is in abundance, everyone has a story. Yet what applies to you, Facts may have been given in error, internet advice may be out of date or for the wrong laws. Could a quick call help?
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Knowing & Asking Is Always Better Than Assuming What Is Happening.
Assumptions create 70% of all conveyancing stress and issues. We make assumptions every minute of every day. Something happens and we instantly assign meaning to it. That is an assumption. Yet conveyancing and the residential legal system in Scotland is constantly changing and so does what your solicitor is reqired by law to do and what is required of you. We start imagining and reasoning what is going on, we look at social media and ask friends, what they think, what they experienced. We rationalise an entire assumed story based on assumptions and we believe it. One assumption leads to another assumption; we jump to conclusions and we take it personally. Almost all conflicts and desisions we take are based on assumptions. Assumptions are nothing more than false stories that we are telling ourselves. They create a big drama for no reason because they aren’t based on fact. If you really want to avoid the stress of moving, ensure that your experience is a possitive one and you are informed, why not just ask your property solicitor?