You may already own a property but have found a better mortgage deal or you may be a co-owner of a property needing to re-mortgage to buy a greater share of your property.

You may be older in age and, because pension returns are poor, have been tempted to look at “Equity Release” – a way of unlocking the value of the equity in the property to produce a lump sum or regular income of both.

Either way, our specialist residential property team can offer advice and guidance upon the legal issues involved. We may sometimes recommend that you obtain specialist advice from an independent financial advisor or other expert.

We can work alongside your own financial advisor to ensure that your arrangements can be put into effect with appropriate legal documentation in place as smoothly and quickly as possible.

What our Clients say

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Excellent team! We first used AMD 13 years ago to supply our business (Studio 2, Exhibition and Display Graphics) with a shareholders agreement and T&Cs. Their advice then was invaluable and they continue to be a great support to our growing business.

30/01/2019
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“Extremely easy to work with” – I instructed Grant McCall of the Commercial Team to help me ‘formalise’ a Partnership Agreement.

I corresponded both with him as well as a member of his team, and it was very straight forward. More than likely will use the Firm again. Firmly recommended.

18/09/2018
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From sale agreement to completion in one month for our commercial property, really good smooth personal service. I highly recommend.

22/05/2019
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Katie Hughes

Director and Solicitor

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Laura Wilkinson

Solicitor and Head of the Residential Property Department

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Amanda Easton

Conveyancing Executive

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Tony Moore

Consultant Solicitor

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Lucy Andoniou

Conveyancing Executive

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