I did not use a solicitor for the divorce as it was amicable.....we just followed the Govt guidelines.
Iassume that there is no mortgage. If there is, you are going to be thesolicitor in any event, and it is simply not worth doing it yourself becauseyou will not save anything because the lender will insist on the solicitordealing with the lenders interest.
Inaddition, if there is a lender, you are going to need the lender's consentwhich they will not give, unless the remaining owner is good for mortgagepurposes.
I havedone many ID1 documents in the past, and I charged just 5 pounds. The solicitordoesn't certify that they know you they only certify that the photograph lookslike you, so there's no reason that anyone cannot deal with it.
Youtroll along with a utility bill and passport and driving licence andphotographs and most solicitors will do it if you just turn up. It isworthwhile telephoning first to make sure someone is available to deal with it.Just tell them that you need a conveyancing solicitor to certify an ID1.
Ask the cost. Don't pay more than £10
It takesunder 5 minutes.
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