Snuggled up on the sofa and watching telly with your partner in your new home is like a fairytale come true.
And just so you know, we hate to be the dark cloud in the form of Mr Evil Conveyancer hanging over your happiness.
There are a few legal issues to consider when you move in together – but it’s all in your best interests. You definitely won’t want aconveyancing nightmare on your hands (if the time ever comes).
We promise that there are only 5 simple steps you need to follow to ensure that this nightmare doesn’t happen to you.
If the house is not in your name, then things can get tricky when sharing the profits on sale, especially when you have contributed to the deposit or mortgage payments, or another form of financial commitment, such as paying for any major work on the house.
If you put the deeds of your property in joint names from the beginning, it reduces the potential crisis of the named owner asking you to leave the property.