How can we help?

When two or more people buy a property together and their financial contributions are unequal, a declaration of trust can protect everyone involved by making sure that those contributions are recognised and an agreement is in place in case the relationship between the owners breaks down.  A declaration of trust can only refer to financial contributions for the property and a more detailed agreement, such as a such as a Deed of Arrangements which our Family Department will be able to help you with, may be more suitable.

Why use us?

We aim to build and maintain genuine relationships with clients and be professional and approachable.  We are cost effective and offer flexible appointments in the office, at your home, on the telephone or with on-line video-conferencing.

Our expertise

Our senior private client specialist is a solicitor who has over 25 years’ experience dealing with matters such as this.  We are able to guide clients when they are receiving a gifted deposit or when they are buying properties for letting rather than to live in, when the dynamics will be different.  

Our costs

Our standard charge for a declaration of trust is £300 including vat


Our Guide to Declarations of Trust

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