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Buying or selling property is one of the most important decisions in a person’s life, and perhaps the most bewildering too. Who really wants to do all that paperwork themselves? Your conveyancer’s responsibility is to do everything – including calculating adjustments and filing of the documents. Leaving you to focus on negotiating the sale of the property, as the collating and organising all the required documents and adjustments are handled by Lember and Williams experienced conveyancing team. Our up-to-date conveyancing procedures have been streamlined over more than half a century, during which time we have brought smiles to the faces of thousands of satisfied clients with our commitment to professionalism and service.

For example, if council rates are paid by the current owner until a certain date, your conveyancer will calculate how many days have been paid, and how many of these days are post-settlement; and will arrange a financial ‘adjustment’ between buyer and seller to account for this. Having a conveyancer handle all of these items saves you time and stress.

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A conveyancer helps you save time and effort. Buying and selling property involves a lot of document preparation and review. Sometimes, it may seem like a good idea to try and save a trip to a lawyer or conveyancer, and do it without their services. However, this can lead to disaster, as you really do need to be on the ball and super organised to deal with the complex legal procedures involved in property transactions.

Items such as the contract of sale, land titles, transfer documents, and duties forms have to be processed seamlessly – and in a timely manner to meet your obligations. Lember and William’s experienced conveyancing and property lawyers take all the hassle out of this scenario.

LAW’s conveyancers know all there is to know regarding Queensland property transactions.

LAW’s conveyancing team is always right up to date with all Qld State’s requirements. Knowledge of all the documents that are required before, during, and after the sale of a property is essential to ensure a client meets all the obligations of settling your property by the settlement date. It’s important to work with a legal professional who is experienced in your specific state or territory, as every state has its own set of property rules. Your conveyancer can help you avoid any legal pitfalls.

If you have any questions about your property transaction, or the conveyancing process in general, or would like to request a quote, call us on (07) 5495 1499 to speak with one of our team members, and to make an appointment to come in and meet the team.

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