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3 Situations Where You Might Need the Services of a Conveyancing Expert

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Property ownership transfer from one person to another is a complex process. Some aspects of the process can confuse first-time buyers and experts. Mistakes in the process can lead to financial and other damages and losses, and you should hire an expert to help you. The experts understand property transactions better than you and can oversee a simple and successful transfer. Here are situations where you will need the services of a professional conveyancer. Read More»

Could Your Occupation Give You Priority Immigration to Australia?

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If you’ve always dreamed about living in the land down under but may have faced issues when it comes to migration, your plans may have been thwarted. Further, you may have been prevented from actually travelling to Australia as a tourist for some time due to pandemic-related restrictions. However, the situation is thankfully changing, and as tourists begin to plan their flights, the government may have thrown a lifeline to skilled workers. Read More»

Is Your Prospective New Property Affected by a Right to Light Clause?

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When two people agree to buy and sell a property, the process may be completed without any hassle, and the new owner can take the keys without any particular worry. However, sometimes additional clauses may come into the picture that could markedly affect how a particular owner can enjoy such a property should they proceed. These clauses are called “easements” and can come in many different formats, including what is often known as a “ Read More»

Top Ways a Commercial Lawyer Can Help You If You Run a Construction Business

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If you are a construction professional, you might have decided to start your own construction business. After all, you might like the idea of being your own boss. However, as the actual owner of a construction business, you should know that you face more challenges than you dealt with as a construction employee. For example, you likely have never had to hire a lawyer before, but you are going to need one now. Read More»

How A Conveyancer Assesses The Suitability Of Properties

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One of a conveyancer’s responsibilities is to ensure that their clients get a suitable property. Although you may be inclined towards buying a specific property, the conveyancer’s input will significantly influence your property buying decision. So, what assessments does the professional make? Below is a comprehensive guide.  Location Of The Property Location is a critical concern when buying real estate. Below are a few things you need to consider:  Who are your neighbours? Read More»

Estate Planning Elements

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Estate planning could seem like an easy task. It is for this reason that most people begin the process once they become senior citizens. Unknown to them, estate planning is a delicate and long-term process that should commence at the earliest possible stage. Below is an article discussing the various elements of estate planning.  Writing Wills Wills are a centrepiece in every estate management plan since they determine how the testator shares out their estate among the beneficiaries. Read More»

Important Things to Note About Divorce and Divorce Lawyers

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When getting married, no one thinks that their marriage will end in a divorce. Things do get bad, and couples work out problems by communicating or seeing marriage counsellors. However, sometimes, a divorce is the best thing, especially when it is clear that your marriage is doing more harm than good. Here are some important things you need to note about divorce and divorce lawyers. What Brings About Divorces? In most cases, divorces come about as a result of cheating and domestic abuse. Read More»

3 Conveyancing Mistakes to Avoid When Selling a Home

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Some real estate transactions are easy and straightforward. As long as the seller and buyer agree, the trade can occur without any problems. On the other hand, some property transactions have a strict procedure, and even if all the parties are in agreement, they can still be hectic. When selling a house, for instance, you will have to deal with intricate procedures and paperwork. Conveyancing is one of the procedures you will need to deal with when selling your property. Read More»

Little-Known Benefits of Property Conveyancing

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In Australia, many states recommend involving a real estate attorney before putting your house on the market or after you agree to an offer. Here are some little-known benefits of hiring property conveyancing services. Extensive Searches and Legal Expertise The property industry is very lucrative, and it is easy for you to fall prey to people trying to make fast money by selling you a house with some underlying issues. A property conveyancer will perform a thorough search on the property to check for any significant concerns. Read More»

Critical Questions to Ask an Estate Attorney during Will Preparation

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Most people put off writing their will for the simple reason that they do not want to think of life beyond death. Despite this, wills and estate attorneys advise people to take their time and ensure they have a will in place, especially if they have a lot of property. Therefore, if you are planning on drawing a will, this article highlights key questions you should ask your estate attorney.     Read More»