23 June 2022
Conveyancers are best suited to protect your interests as you purchase a property. Most people trust their conveyancing with the nitty-gritty of the exchange. As such, they don't bother to inquire about the due diligence or negotiation process. Below is an extract detailing some of the disclosures your conveyancer should make as you purchase a property. Ideally, they should help you grasp the conveyancing process. The Property Pricing Is the property reasonably priced?
25 February 2022
If you're in the middle of legal action and you need to serve documents on the other party, don't try to handle the process on your own. Instead, hire a legal process server. You might think that serving legal documents on someone is an easy process, but that's not necessarily the case. In fact, you can put yourself at risk for a variety of problems when you try to handle the process on your own.
10 November 2021
Under criminal law, the presumption of innocence is perhaps one of the most fundamental rights of an accused person regardless of the type of crime. Although the right might be difficult for the public to stomach in some cases, encroachment on the fundamental right should be resisted at all costs. However, did you also know that most accused persons are unaware that a plethora of rights builds on the presumption of innocence?
10 August 2021
Setting up a business is a significant step to take in life. However, it is advisable to employ your due diligence when investing for the best returns. If you want your business to grow and expand to national and international levels, ensure that you follow all the recommended legalities. A business lawyer can help you tick all the boxes in establishing a legally compliant enterprise. Here are four reasons to hire a business lawyer.
26 May 2021
As a property seller, you require the services of a conveyancer when selling your property. The professional will handle the legalities of selling your home and ensure you sell the property at the highest possible price. Below is an extract discussing the reasons why you should hire a conveyancer while selling your home. The Conveyancer Can Help Increase The Value Of Your Land Before listing the property for sale, the conveyancer will inspect it to determine whether it requires repairs and improvements.
18 March 2021
Every parent wants the best for their child, but not all parents agree on what the best really entails. Often, after separation, ex-partners struggle to agree on the terms of their child's care, and schooling can be one of the major points of contention. If you and your former partner can't agree on the best school for your child, here's a simple, four-step guide to follow. Step 1: Consider why your choice of school is best
24 November 2020
Good legal guidance is crucial when purchasing a new house. Therefore, if you are preparing for this process, you should plan on hiring a conveyancing solicitor. This specialist will help you navigate the legal intricacies of acquiring real estate. Consequently, you will avoid mistakes which could result in a lot of problems in relation to property ownership. If you have never handled home purchase in the past, consider these basic tips for a good outcome.
27 May 2020
Do you wish to write your will? Well, you need to hire a wills and estates lawyer to help you through the process. Below is a comprehensive guide on the benefits of hiring a wills and estates lawyer to help you write your will. The lawyer's first task is to examine your estate. It includes any tangible and intangible assets such as land, businesses, cash and stocks. He or she will review your current debt to determine the actual value of your estate.
22 October 2019
If you're fed up of sinking all of your money into household rent each month, then you may have decided to get your own slice of Australia and buy your first home. Congratulations — this is a momentous decision and will take a lot of planning if it is to go as smoothly as possible. Come up with a plan and make sure that you go through it, step-by-step, to stand the best chance of success.
23 January 2019
When you buy or sell a property, you have to go through a series of legal hoops to transfer the property from one person to another. This process is called conveyancing. It's generally easiest to use a qualified professional service to do this. Depending on where you live, you may have the choice of using a conveyancer or a conveyancing solicitor. What's the difference between the two? When might it be better to use a solicitor rather than a conveyancer?