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Joint Mortgage Legal Issue on Second Property (BTL) After Divorce

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  • Joint Mortgage Legal Issue on Second Property (BTL) After Divorce

    Whilst there are lots of articles and advice for divorcing couples about the matrimonial or first (residential) home and joint-mortgages, does anyone have advice on the legalities of moving a joint-mortgage (to a sole name) on a second (buy to let) property, where the wife owns 100% through a tenants in common trust and on the land registry (and she pays 100% of the mortgage) but the decree absolute has now been granted and the ex husband wants to take his name off the joint mortgage. Can she stop him doing this? Can he force this? What are the legal options?
    Last edited by NicJKM; 15-01-2020, 10:25 PM.

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    It is a common problem in the United Kingdom, many couples face joint mortgage legal issues. We have solved any problems like this, you should ask a qualified solicitor who is able to understand both types of problems divorce and property disputes. I would suggest hiring a law firm that will take care of your complete legal issues.