Melbourne Property Conveyancing Services at Respect Legal. Whether you are buying your first home, have purchased a new home or are selling your home due to a separation, our experienced team will guide you through the conveyancing process.
Make sure the most important decision of your life is handled by experts, with decades of experience.
Our conveyancing services:
Once your contract is signed we get to work on managing the complications of changing the property ownership into your name.
From the section 32 and contract of sale right through to settlement, we take care of the hard work so you can focus on your next move.
If problems arise, receive support and guidance from a trusted family law professional whose expertise go beyond those of other conveyancers
This is how we will guide you through:
Contract of sale and Section 32 review (recommended prior to purchase)
Support through building and pest inspections
Undertaking all necessary property searches
Liaising with the vendor or real estate agent
Discussions with your broker and/or lender in the lead up to settlement
Prepare your contract of sale
Discharge your mortgage
Prepare your Statement of Adjustment
Ensure your settlement day runs smoothly
Deposit sale funds in line with your instructions
Notify authorities of the change in ownership
This is how we’ll do it:
Preparing all necessary forms
We’ll help you purchase your new property with confidence through:
Answers to our most frequently asked questions
Do I need to pay stamp duty if transferring the property due to separation?
If the transfer of a property is made solely because of a relationship breakdown and the transferor or transferee were part of that relationship, then stamp duty may not need to be paid. We recommend seeking advice from a qualified conveyancer or property lawyer on this issue.
This is a legal document that discloses important information that will affect the value of the land being sold in a proprety transaction
It is typically provided to prospective purchasers before the property is sold. The document is prepared by the vendor’s legal representative after discussions with the vendor and gathering the relevant certificates from authorities. It is highly recommended that you have the Section 32 reviewed by a lawyer before committing to purchase a property so you understand what you are signing.