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Property Ownership Dispute Solicitors

Sadly, it is often the case that disputes arise over the ownership of property at the end of a personal or business relationship.

These disputes may relate to who gets to live in or use the property after the breakdown, whether one party can buy out the other or how much each party should receive if the property has to be sold.

One party may not be recorded as the legal owner but contributed money when the property was bought, has paid for improvements to the property or has contributed to paying the mortgage.

It is very common for there to be no written agreement to describe what was intended to happen and in the difficult circumstances surrounding a relationship breakdown, you may now not be able to agree.

This can be a very complicated area of law, but we will explain your options and what outcomes you may expect to achieve. At every step, we use plain English, not legal jargon.

Make the first step to getting things sorted. Call us today for a Free Initial Chat on 01482 459229.

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Sarah Thomsen
Associate Director – Head of Civil Litigation

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