Top 3 Commonly Asked Questions About Conveyancing Answered.

There is more to buying a home than the suburb you wish to live in or the style of property you want to buy. The process of buying or selling a property is complex. Here are the 3 most commonly asked questions about the conveyancing process. Question 1:  What are the main steps in the…

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Why Property Settlements Should be Dealt With Sooner Than Later

Separation and divorce can be one of the toughest and most chaotic events in peoples’ lives and the last thing you may want to have to deal with is a copious amount of paperwork. However, in Family Law, there are particular timelines involved with separation and divorce and delaying the process of sorting out the…

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“Who should I choose … a solicitor or a conveyancer?”

If you are buying or selling property, you’ll need legal advice – and you’ll need it early. If you are selling a property, you will need a Contract of Sale before your agent can begin marketing your property. If you are purchasing a property, you should ask your legal advisor to check the Contract of…

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4 steps to help you prepare for property settlement

A property settlement can be a tricky and uncomfortable thing. But it’s a real part of the legal process when a relationship comes to an end. There are likely a lot of things going through your mind during this period, so it’s important to have a few guidelines to help you get through the process…

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Buyer Beware – Retain An Expert Lawyer To Act On Your Purchase.

Recently, the conveyancing team led by Evelyn Gardis, Partner, here at Taylor & Scott, was requested to act for a home purchaser. Unfortunately, the purchaser had been acting for himself. He had exchanged contracts with the vendor without having the contract reviewed and had not obtained finance approval. Having sought legal advice, our team leapt…

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