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You could put the house directly into their joint names that way they will both own half of the house.If you want your daughter to be able to stay in the house beyond your death you can create a situation where you also give her the right to live there for life.
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You need to transfer the property, register the transfer at the Land Registry and prepare a trust document if you want your daughter to have the right to live there for life so I think you will need a solicitor's help on this.
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