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David Willburn

DIVORCE SOLICITOR

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Wilburn@goldenblatt.co.uk
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+1 3456 789 00

‘A highly astute divorce lawyer who takes charge of cases and ensures they are kept moving with purpose’(Legal500), I have particular experience in divorce and matrimonial finances, often involving high value assets with complex business.

A property’s “title” refers to the legitimate owner of the property, who has legal ownership and the rights that go along with it. Among the most important legal rights that property owners have is the ability to transfer their ownership interest in the property to another, either completely or partially. A transfer of title is needed when possession of a property is transferred from one person to another, or when a person is added to or removed from the list of owners on a property. Ghasemi Law will be there for you every step of the way and make every effort to ensure that your transaction goes as smoothly as possible. You can rest assured that your legal experience with the firm will be free of unnecessary hassle.

Title Transfer

A property’s “title” refers to the legitimate owner of the property, who has legal ownership and the rights that go along with it. Among the most important legal rights that property owners have is the ability to transfer their ownership interest in the property to another, either completely or partially. A transfer of title is needed when possession of a property is transferred from one person to another, or when a person is added to or removed from the list of owners on a property. Ghasemi Law will be there for you every step of the way and make every effort to ensure that your transaction goes as smoothly as possible. You can rest assured that your legal experience with the firm will be free of unnecessary hassle.

Removing a Name from Title

There are various ways to hold title to a real estate property. Sole Ownership, Joint Tenancy, and Tenancy in Common are the most common ownership arrangements. When a single owner holds title to a property, the ownership arrangement is “Sole Ownership”. However, if a title is held by two or more individuals, the owners are usually considered to be “Joint Tenants” or “Tenants in Common.” The main difference between the two is in survivorship rights.

    • Joint Tenancy
      When one joint tenant dies in this title ownership arrangement, the deceased tenant’s interest in the property is passed onto the remaining joint tenants. This ensures that the deceased owner’s interest in the property will not go to his or her estate after death.
    • Tenants in Common
      When one of the owners dies in this title ownership arrangement, the deceased owner’s interest in the property is transferred to the beneficiaries of his or her estate. This ensures that the deceased owner’s interest will not be passed onto the surviving joint owners.

Types of Property Ownership

There are various ways to hold title to a real estate property. Sole Ownership, Joint Tenancy, and Tenancy in Common are the most common ownership arrangements. When a single owner holds title to a property, the ownership arrangement is “Sole Ownership”. However, if a title is held by two or more individuals, the owners are usually considered to be “Joint Tenants” or “Tenants in Common.” The main difference between the two is in survivorship rights.

    • Joint Tenancy
      When one joint tenant dies in this title ownership arrangement, the deceased tenant’s interest in the property is passed onto the remaining joint tenants. This ensures that the deceased owner’s interest in the property will not go to his or her estate after death.
    • Tenants in Common
      When one of the owners dies in this title ownership arrangement, the deceased owner’s interest in the property is transferred to the beneficiaries of his or her estate. This ensures that the deceased owner’s interest will not be passed onto the surviving joint owners.
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There are various ways to hold title to a real estate property. Sole Ownership, Joint Tenancy, and Tenancy in Common are the most common ownership arrangements. When a single owner holds title to a property, the ownership arrangement is “Sole Ownership”. However, if a title is held by two or more individuals, the owners are usually considered to be “Joint Tenants” or “Tenants in Common.” The main difference between the two is in survivorship rights.

    • Joint Tenancy
      When one joint tenant dies in this title ownership arrangement, the deceased tenant’s interest in the property is passed onto the remaining joint tenants. This ensures that the deceased owner’s interest in the property will not go to his or her estate after death.
    • Tenants in Common
      When one of the owners dies in this title ownership arrangement, the deceased owner’s interest in the property is transferred to the beneficiaries of his or her estate. This ensures that the deceased owner’s interest will not be passed onto the surviving joint owners.

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