helping you to release equity from your property


Unlocking the equity in your home through equity release can be a transformative financial solution, offering you new financial freedom and flexibility. 

Equity release is a powerful tool that has the potential to offer significant financial benefits if managed effectively. It allows homeowners to access the wealth tied up in their property, providing much-needed funds for various purposes, such as supplementing retirement income, home improvements, or debt consolidation. However, navigating the legal complexities of equity release requires expert guidance to safeguard your interests. At AmicusLaw, we understand the significance of this decision and the importance of ensuring a smooth and secure journey for our clients. 

Equity release enables homeowners to tap into the value of their property without the need to sell it. This can provide financial relief and greater flexibility in retirement or other life stages. However, it’s essential to recognise that equity release is not without potential pitfalls, including the impact on inheritance and long-term financial planning. At AmicusLaw, we are here to provide expert guidance to help you explore the benefits and drawbacks, allowing you to make an informed decision.  

Our Approach 

We approach every case with a personalised and caring touch, ensuring that your unique needs and goals are at the forefront. We’ll guide you through the entire process, from initial enquiries to completing the legal documentation, with transparency and clarity.  



If you are considering equity release, here are a few things you may not be aware of:  

1. Tax-Free Funds: Did you know that the money you receive through equity release is typically tax-free?  It’s a tax-efficient way to boost your retirement income or fund other financial goals. 

2. No Monthly Repayments: Unlike traditional mortgages or loans, equity release plans typically don’t require monthly repayments. Instead, the loan, plus interest, is repaid when you sell your home or when you and your partner pass away or move into long-term care.

3. Inheritance Protection: Equity release providers offer options for protecting a portion of your property’s value to pass on to your heirs. You can ring-fence a part of your home’s value, ensuring that you leave an inheritance for your loved ones.

4. Interest Rates Vary: Equity release interest rates can vary from one provider to another, so it’s essential to shop around and compare rates. 

5. Independent Financial Advice is Required: Before proceeding with equity release, UK residents are required to seek independent financial advice. This safeguard ensures that you fully understand the implications and risks associated with equity release and make an informed decision that’s right for your circumstances. 

For advice and support on releasing equity from your property, contact us today.





Sam Curtis

Sam Curtis

Conveyancing Assistant


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