Your Property Rights

Your local residential property solicitors

We are residential property solicitors in Exeter. For most of us, our property isn’t just an investment but the roof over our head and a home full of memories for us and our loved ones, so it’s important to protect it properly and make sure you understand your rights now and in the future. Our experienced residential property lawyers can help with a range of property agreements and transactions, including declarations of trust, transfers of equity, and remortgaging .

  • Are you buying a property jointly and want to protect your investment?
  • Do you want to transfer a share of your home to a spouse or child, or remove a co-owner following a separation?

Whether you want to set out the terms of a joint ownership, transfer some or all of the shares in a property, or raise money from your home, we strongly recommend taking advice from a specialist residential property solicitor.

We’re here to help

Your matter will be handled by a designated residential property lawyer who will support your case from start to finish and keep you informed throughout the process, although the whole team will have knowledge of your case and will be happy to assist.

We will start by meeting with you to understand your circumstances and requirements. We will help you to understand your rights and your options, as well as any risks.

Contact us for a quote or to book an initial consultation. If you are considering remortgaging, get an idea of costs by looking at our conveyancing fees here.

A trustworthy and reliable service – actually recommendable.

Residential Conveyancing Fees

Declarations of Trust

Transfer of Equity


Property Ownership Disputes

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