Paulette St Hilaire

Experienced licensed conveyancer Paulette St Hilaire has been practising more than 10 years, delivering expert conveyancing services in the North of England and throughout country. She became licensed by the Council of Licensed Conveyancers in 2003.

Paulette always ensures that she has sufficient time to devote to each individual client who has instructed her so she can offer the highest standards of service.

About Paulette St Hilaire

Qualifications:
CLC Licensed Conveyancer
Qualified:
2003
Specialist areas:
Residential and commercial conveyancing, shared ownership, new builds and remortgages
Solicitors' Practice:
Chadwick Lawrence LLP


Paulette specialises in:

  • Cohabitation Agreements - for unmarried couples buying as tenants in common
  • Property Law
  • Transfers of Equity

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Make sure you have all your paperwork organised if someone is helping you with finances when buying a house


Whenever anyone is helped by friends or family with money towards buying a house, they will need to make sure not only that they have proof of the source of funds but also whether the money is a gift or a loan.

Lenders particularly will need to know this as well because they'll need to establish whether someone else is going to have a charge on the property - this could affect whether they wish to lend to you.

The more you can organise these matters before the 'business end' of a conveyancing transaction, the less delays there will be and less chances of something going wrong!