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Tenants in Common is the way to go, according to our solicitor.

But I'm no legal brain.
Generally the recommendation for unmarried people, however if the house is expensive then IHT could come into the equation on the first death.
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That , or transferring ownership to the kids but putting a clause in the contract that the usufruct remains yours even if the property is sold . Put the value of that usufruct at one pound . At that value they can’t take it away from you. This basically renders the property unsellable until you are both dead
Good luck if you have a mortgage, the full value will be potentially liable to UK IHT as it's a gift with reservation,
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