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Equity Release and Lifetime Mortgages - Jarmans Solicitors

Help with Equity Release and Lifetime Mortgages

An equity release or lifetime mortgage is a way of releasing capital from your home to fund other projects.

If you are aged 55 or over you can choose from a range of schemes that are suited to your circumstances and that will provide you with the capital that you need for things such as travel, later life care, or extra income in retirement.

Jarmans Solicitors are not financial advisers so we can’t give you advice or options on schemes; you will need to talk to a specialist financial advisor for that, but we can give you the legal advice that you need if you do decide that later life lending is for you.

Why do you need legal advice?

It’s important that you take independent legal advice when you are considering an equity release scheme and is usually required by your equity release provider.

Our team of specialist solicitors will sit down with you and ensure that you understand the equity release contract, including all of the risks and rewards connected to it. An equity release contract is designed to last for your lifetime or until you move into full time residential care (or the survivor/second of you if you are joint borrowers) and is connected to your greatest asset, your home, so it’s vital that you are fully aware of the benefits and risks of signing a contractual agreement.

If you are over 55 years old and have already spoken to a financial advisor about releasing your home’s equity, contact us for independent legal representation.

Seniors Now Choose to Get Cash from Equity Release

UK homeowners are now able boost their finances to supplement their hard-earned retirement pot through the release of funds (equity) from their homes.

Take that Trip of a Lifetime or Dream Cruise you have been promising yourselves for years but always seems so far away from enjoying.

Whatever you decide to do with the money you are safe in the knowledge that you will keep ownership of your property.

Need help?

We offer legal advice for all your Equity Release and Lifetime Mortgage needs. If you would like to contact us or book a consultation with a member of our team please fill in the ‘Make an Enquiry’ form or call us on 01795 503907 or email enquiries@jarmans-solicitors.co.uk


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