My partner and I bought a home together two years ago. We got married six weeks ago and I am wondering whether I need to change my name on the house deeds etc. What documents will I need to change.
No, there is no need for you to make any changes unless you particularly want to. The title to the property will no doubt be registered at the Land Registry and all you need to do in the event of a future re-sale is to produce a certified copy of your marriage certificate showing the change in the name of the female spouse from her maiden name by way of proof that the parties are one and the same as those registered on the title.
You can, of course, forward a certified copy of your marriage certificate to the Land Registry, but this will need to be accompanied by a formal application form with which you are not familiar and which you may need to pay a Solicitor to complete on your behalf. Quite frankly, this is a total waste of money and is not essential.
What may be more important, since your marriage, is to review the manner in which you own the property. Had you bought the property as partners, the property may be registered in your joint names as Tenants in Common rather than Joint Tenants in which case you will now need to make Wills should you wish to ensure that the property will definitely pass automatically to the surviving spouse. Indeed, a Will, now that you are married, is something you should consider in any event.