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These lifetime mortgages offer homeowners, typically aged 55 or older, the opportunity to raise cash from their home without having to move out. We are able to advise you on all areas related to equity release from your property. This is a major financial transaction that needs serious consideration and sound advice from an independent financial adviser as well as a lawyer.
While the equity release may allow you access to money tied up in your property, you will need to consider the impact of the reduced value of your estate on your heirs as well as how the equity release will affect your state pension or other benefits.
Once you have decided to go ahead with the equity release, our team of experienced lawyers can act for you during the transaction.
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