With people living exceedingly busy lives, it’s easy to put off those tasks we rarely think about – making a Will is usually one of them. Read More...
However, there are many good reasons to give that task priority. The reasons are never more apparent than when you consider what happens if you die without a Will.
Do you own a property with a swimming pool? Are you aware that there has been a significant change to laws in regards to swimming pools in NSW?
By the 29th of October 2013 all swimming pools in NSW must be registered.
This also affects the conveyancing process as home owners with swimming pools also need to obtain a Swimming Pool Compliance Certificate before they can be sold or leased. Read More...
The NSW Conveyancing Process Infographic.
to see the step by step process for buying property in NSW. Read More...
How does marriage or divorce affect a Will?
Many people are unaware that the day you get married your Will becomes legally invalid. Read More...
What is a Will?
Other estate planning terminology. Read More...
Law Society of New South Wales Guides to Buying and Selling Property
The Law Society of New South Wales has recently published guides to buying and selling property. These guides have some great information and cover the process in quite a lot of detail. However, if you would like a further explanation or have any questions, please give us a call on (02) 9984 1292. Read More...