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yes we both have two children from previous marriages, we both have made proper wills bequeathing all to the surviving spouse , my concern is the surviving spouses name is XXXXX XXXXX the deeds of the house, I understand getting your name on the deeds after death is more expensive and difficult .my with and i have one joint bank account current and savings for 29 years allthe morgage and expences are jointly shared. i am now given to believe if both are names are XXXXX XXXXX house deeds during our life time it is a simple matter and less expensive ,getting your name on the deed after the death of a spouse is time consuming the cost being in thouands than afew hundred.regards XXXXX XXXXX
mortgage is paid up and all bills are paid up from our joint account which originally was my account.my partner then was a low paid worker 29 years ago and has never earned more than me .my spouses name was added to my bank account to facilitate managing the outgoing expences . regards alan howson
I would like to know what the difficulty is when the spouse whoes name is XXXXX XXXXX deed dies first .the problems of the surviving spouse getting there name on the deed. would it not be better to do it whilst both are alive
regards XXXXX XXXXX
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