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Property transfer disputes

Our specialist dispute resolution solicitors have extensive experience resolving disputes over property transfers, whether you are alleging it was done fraudulently, or if you were unduly influenced into transferring it. We can help you find the most efficient cost effective solutions to your dispute. For more information on your rights call our experts 01616 966 229.

We have acted for many clients who have had a property transferred from their name, into someone else’s, either fraudulently, or when they were put under pressure by someone to do it. This can sometimes involve family members, and we have expertise in acting for clients in such situations, to make sure that their best interests are protected. 

Clients in these types of cases are often vulnerable, and have sometimes been subjected to violence and abuse by third parties, and we strive to act sympathetically to their needs. As a full service law firm, we can then often assist with other aspects that arise out of the claim, such as welfare protection, and estate planning, to try and protect the client from future abuse.

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Private property sales

We have also acted in claims where people agree privately to sell their property to someone, and all of the paperwork is signed, but then the purchase monies are never received. 

If solicitors were involved in any of the transactions, there may also be a professional negligence claim against that firm and our dispute resolution team specialise in these types of cases also, enabling such a claim to be brought at the same time, if appropriate.

If you are involved in a dispute please either call us on 01616 966 229 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of our specialist team will contact you.

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