Top Tips for Transferring your House to your Spouse
a) A Standard Transfer
· You need to transfer property from “Parent to Child”, “Husband & Wife” to “Wife Only”, “Sister and Brother” to “Brother Only”, “Business Partners to one sole Partner”, “Friends to one sole Friend”;
· You have no financial agreement or desire to exchange money between parties;
· All parties must be alive, with no court documents.
b) A Court Order / Binding Financial Agreement / Prenuptial Transfer
· You are going through a divorce or going to Court;
· You have stamped and signed Court Orders or a Binding Financial Agreement;
· You are amicable, and on speaking terms with the other party.
c) A Deceased Estate (Deceased Persons) Transfer
· Death of a partner with surviving spouse wanting to assume sole ownership;
· Death of a partner with surviving spouse wanting to add children;
· Transmission, Probate, and Death Certificate have been completed.
You Want To Sell Your Property After A Successful Transfer
· Children inheriting property but opting to sell rather than hold;
· “Death of a Partner” with surviving spouse opting to sell.
What You Need:
A Licensed Conveyancer to make your transfer easy and stress-free!
Call Us About Your Transfer
Give us a call and one of our Licensed Conveyancers will explain the process step by step. To start all we need to know is:
· What type of property is it?
· Who are you transferring to?
· What is the purpose of the transfer?
If your happy with the process and wish to proceed, we can start the process in just a few minutes.
Our transfer process can be done entirely online via phone, post, and email.
There’s no need for you to travel. We’re here to make it easy.