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Declaration of Trust Services Northampton

A declaration of trust, also known as a deed of trust, is a crucial legal document that outlines financial agreements among co-owners of a property. It provides a comprehensive record of each individual’s initial contributions to the property, ongoing financial responsibilities, and contingency plans in case of property sale, dispute, or buyout scenarios.

Contact our Northampton Office directly or get in touch with a member of our Declaration of Trust team by completing an enquiry form below. Your peace of mind is just a click away.

Co-ownership in Northampton Properties: When Should You Contemplate a Declaration of Trust?

If you co-own a property in Northampton with a partner, friend, business associate, or family member, a declaration of trust can play an essential role in various circumstances, including:

  • Unmarried Cohabitation: If you are purchasing property with your partner but aren’t married, a declaration of trust can safeguard your interests and clearly define each party’s rights and responsibilities.
  • Joint Ownership with a Friend or Business Partner: When buying a property with a friend or business associate, a declaration of trust becomes indispensable in delineating each party’s responsibilities and rights. It helps avoid potential conflicts and ensures a clear understanding of ownership arrangements.
  • Funds from Friends or Relatives: If you receive funds from friends or relatives for your property purchase, creating a declaration of trust is essential. This document becomes crucial in recording their contributions and outlining the repayment terms or sharing of proceeds.
  • Unequal Contributions: When parties have made unequal contributions to the property purchase, a declaration of trust can define each tenant’s share and responsibilities, ensuring fairness and clarity.
  • Death of a Co-owner: When a co-owner dies, a declaration of trust becomes invaluable in determining the deceased’s percentage of property ownership. This information is necessary for the executors or administrators to administer the estate.

Understanding Joint Tenancy and Tenancy in Common:

  • Joint Tenancy: A joint tenancy is a legal arrangement where two or more individuals jointly own a property. In this arrangement, if one owner passes away, their share automatically passes to the surviving owner(s) through the right of survivorship. Spouses or partners commonly choose joint tenancy.
  • Tenancy in Common: Tenancy in common is a form of property ownership where each owner has a specific share of the property. Unlike joint tenancy, there is no right of survivorship. If one owner passes away, their share can be inherited by a beneficiary of their choice. This type of ownership allows for more flexibility and individual control over shares.

At Tollers, our specialist Declaration of Trust lawyers in Northampton are here to guide you through the process, ensuring that your property agreements are protected and your best interests are safeguarded. We understand the importance of clarity and fairness in property ownership arrangements. To learn more about our Declaration of Trusts services, click here.

Local Deed of Trust Solicitors in Northampton and Beyond

Tollers is an established law firm and a leading provider of legal advice and services in Northampton. Our highly skilled lawyers specialise in offering expert legal advice on various matters, including Declaration of Trust services, property transactions, lasting powers of attorney services, and estate planning. We strive to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible, ensuring you clearly understand your legal rights and standing.

With offices conveniently located in Northampton, Corby, Milton Keynes, Stevenage, Kempston, and Oakham, we are conveniently located to serve you. We also offer home visits for a small additional charge, making ourselves accessible and convenient to you.

Talk to Tollers – Northampton’s Declaration of Trust Experts

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with a member of our Declaration of Trust team, you can contact our Northampton Office directly or complete an enquiry form on our website. Protecting your property agreements and securing your peace of mind is just a click away.

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During our 50 plus years in Northampton, the firm has gone from strength to strength, and we moved in 2016 to our current home at 1 Waterside Way. Northampton is one of the biggest Towns in the UK, and since opening our first office, we have seen the town double in size. The requirements for legal services have become even more important for private individuals and businesses.

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