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Complementary Services

We provide other legal services that complement our core areas of practice.

Residential Conveyancing

Buying and selling residential property is a big deal, no doubt about it. Expert advice is essential.

If you are looking for experienced conveyancing lawyers in Canberra, we are an accessible, friendly, hi-tech choice.


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Step One

Online Quote

Obtain an obligation-free quote through our website.

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Step Two

Register as our Client

If you approve our quote, register as our client via our online smart-form. This form will capture all the basic information we need to act on your behalf. Please also provide our details to the sales agent.

Step Three

ID Check & Contract Signing

After we have prepared the contract for sellers or reviewed the contract for buyers, we will invite you to complete an ID check and sign.

We can setup in-person or remote ID checks (using Web VOI), and we also have various systems in place for remote signing.

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Step Four

Exchange and Settle

After Step 3, you can safely leave the rest to us. We will liaise with your bank and the other side to make sure settlement happens on time.

Family Law Conveyancing

We regularly assist separating couples to transfer real estate in accordance with family law orders and agreements.

We also work closely with family law practices to provide independent conveyancing services (note – we do not provide family law advice).


Free instant quote
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Step One

Online Quote

Obtain an obligation-free quote through our website.

Free instant quote

Step Two

Register as our Client

If you approve our quote, register as our client via our online smart-form. This form will capture all the basic information we need to act on your behalf. Please also provide our details to the sales agent.

Step Three

ID Check & Contract Signing

After we have prepared the contract for sellers or reviewed the contract for buyers, we will invite you to complete an ID check and sign.

We can setup in-person or remote ID checks (using Web VOI), and we also have various systems in place for remote signing.

Learn More about ID Checks

Step Four

Exchange and Settle

After Step 3, you can safely leave the rest to us. We will liaise with your bank and the other side to make sure settlement happens on time.

Wills, Powers of Attorney & Probate

Having a will and enduring power of attorney not only gives you peace of mind, it also makes everything so much easier for your loved ones.

Even if you’re not worried about the risk of dispute, loved ones need space and time to grieve and that can become impossible if the deceased’s last wishes were unknown or unclear or if legal issues arise. Everyone over the age of 18 years should have a will and it is especially critical after you have children.

Step One

Online Quote

Obtain an obligation-free quote through our website.

Free instant quote

Step Two

Register as Our Client

If you approve our quote, register as our client via our online smart-form. This form will capture all the basic information we need to prepare your documents.

Step Three

Estate Advice Appointment (Optional, but Recommended)

If you would like to meet with a solicitor to discuss your situation and inform your decisions, now is the time to book an ‘Estate Advice’ appointment.

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Step Four

Read and Check your Documents

We will prepare your documents and send them to you to read and provide comment.

Step Five

Signing Appointment (Optional, except for Powers of Attorney)

If you would like us to witness your documents, now is the time to book a ‘Signing’ appointment. This step will usually always be necessary for power of attorney clients, as a qualified witness is required. Otherwise, this step is optional (you can provide your own witnesses, if you prefer).

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