At Hogan Dowling McNamara Solicitors we expertly combine our wealth of property, probate and conveyancing knowledge and experience for clients who wish to make a voluntary transfer of property during their lifetime. Voluntary transfers often take place between family members and the property is transferred as a gift without any financial exchange. We offer practical legal and taxation advice to ensure the smooth transfer of property to the new owner. We deal with any potential obstacles attached to the property before the transfer takes place. Our extensive experience enables us to minimise our clients’ tax liabilities by ensuring they benefit from all available reliefs and exemptions.
Review the donor’s solvency
Prepare Declarations of Solvency
Draft Voluntary Deeds
Draft Deeds of Transfer
Advise on Capital Gains Tax, Capital Acquisitions Tax and Stamp Duty
Advise on Tax Reliefs and Exemptions, such as Business Relief, Agricultural Relief and Small Gift Exemption
Our conveyancing team has provided expert advice to multiple clients on the legal and taxation implications of voluntary transfers.