Please give me as much detail as possible.
I need a bit more information please. I am going off line shortly and will be on and off all day (experts on here are also practising lawyers) but will be back later (on and off) today when I will deal further once I have your reply.
Thanks. It only ring fences half the property.
The idea is that if a joint tenant dies, it passes to the other. If that one is in care, the council can take all the money in it (apart from £23k).
If it has the Joint Tenancy severed, then the share of one who then dies passes in accordance with their will.
If one goes into care, the council cannot sell the house from under the survivor but they do put a finacial charge on the half belonging to the person in care.
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