Whether you are buying or selling a home the process can be very stressful.
Our practice takes pride in reducing this conveyancing stress by:
Direct communication with your solicitor either by email or phone;
Clearly outlining the conveyancing process;
Keeping you informed at all times;
Providing advice on the choices that arise;
Dealing with your bank or financial institution;
Showing flexibility in working with your work or personal situation; and,
Having extended business hours.
We are experienced with all forms of residential conveyancing including strata, community and
PEXA MEMBER – NSW is moving to electronic conveyancing (PEXA) and our practice is already in a
position to undertake electronic conveyancing.
RURAL CONVEYANCING AND TRANSFERS
We offer advice on intergenerational transfers of farming properties and family arrangements relating to these.
We offer a full service in this area including advice on retail and commercial leasing, PPSR issues, restrictions of trade, franchise agreements and licencing requirements.
Planning for the future
WILLS, POWERS OF ATTORNEY AND GUARDIANSHIP.
When you choose to use our services in this area your needs are our primary focus.
- will visit you to take instructions if you are unable to attend our office.
- explain the law and provide advice in plain English.
- make sure that your will or other documents are produced in a timely manner.
- explain in detail your will or other documents so that you have a full understanding of their effect.
- provide a secure storage of your will at no charge.
The only aspect of our service that is not flexible is the fixed fee that we charge.
EXECUTORS OF A DECEASED ESTATE ARE GENERALLY REQUIRED TO OBTAIN A GRANT OF PROBATE SO THAT THE ESTATE PROPERTY CAN BE DEALT WITH ACCORDING TO THE WILL.
An executor will be required to pay professional legal costs for the preparation and lodging along
with Supreme Court of NSW filing fees.
The filing fee is calculated according to the gross value of the estate’s assets.
In NSW professional fees to obtain the Grant of Probate are regulated by the Legal Profession Uniform Application Act 2014 which calculates the professional costs according to the gross value of the estate’s assets.