Legal Services

Legal Services

Why choose a lawyer over a conveyancer?

Conveyancers are licensed to perform the administrative work associated with a property transaction. If legal advice or assistance is required in relation to a conveyance, a conveyancer will need to refer you to a qualified lawyer. Lawyers are trained and legally qualified to perform all legal and administrative work associated with a conveyance.

Many lawyers however, do not personally handle conveyancing matters and instead, delegate them to paralegals. Paralegals are neither licensed by a professional body nor legally qualified and is commonly therefore, a poor choice. 123 Conveyancing only uses lawyers for your conveyance. Even though we strive to deliver the cheapest conveyancing quotes across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, we do not sacrifice quality in order to be cost competitive.

Buying or selling a property is one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever need to make. The consequences of making a mistake can be expensive and devastating. If you have a specialised lawyer handling your purchase or sale, their qualifications and experience will help protect your interests.

In addition to the conveyance, lawyers are able to identify and provide advice in relation to other legal matters that may arise as a result of your sale or purchase. You can also be assured that when property is affected by family or estate disputes, we have the relevant skills and expertise in assisting you with these matters.

Many of our clients ask us to assist in the following areas:

1. Leases

Whether you are a landlord or tenant, it is important to seek professional advice prior to entering into a lease to ensure your rights are protected and to ensure that you understand your obligations.

123 Conveyancing is happy to assist with all your leasing matters.

Our services include:

  • Drafting of residential, commercial and industrial leases
  • Variation or transfer of leases
  • Assignment or subletting of leases
  • Reviewing proposed leases and negotiating amendments on your behalf
  • Exercising renewals and options of leases


2. Powers of Attorney

A Power of Attorney can be helpful if for some reason you are unable to manage your own affairs. For example, if you become ill, are confined to hospital, go overseas, or become unable to go to banks, government offices or real estate agencies, etc., your attorney will be legally authorised to do things for you when the need arises.

Our dedicated team of lawyers are able to prepare this document on your behalf.


3. Wills and Probate

If you do not have a will, the legal procedures involved in distributing your assets are complicated and time-consuming. This may cause your family expense, worry and even hardship. While the law provides a method which sets out who is entitled to your property, this method may not distribute your assets the way you like. Do not make this mistake. Prepare a will now to ensure that your family gets your assets.

Our dedicated team of lawyers are able to prepare this document on your behalf.


4. Family Law

Family law matters can be very emotional given the sensitive issues surrounding relationship breakdowns and separations that may involve children and financial disputes. We can minimise the stress from these matters. We understand that each family law matter is unique and personal and we want to listen to your story so we can assert your rights and obtain a favourable outcome for you.

Our services include the following:

  • Divorce
  • Property settlements
  • De facto relationships
  • Child orders, parenting orders and DNA testing
  • Child residence and contact
  • Maintenance
  • Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements


5. Debt Recovery

You may be in a position where you owe someone money or you may have money owed to you. In either situation, we can assist you.

  • If you have tried to collect your money from the other person/s and have had no luck, then we can help you by taking steps to recover your money from them on your behalf.
  • If you have been sued for debt and are not able to repay the debt or if you dispute the debt claimed, then we can take legal steps necessary to protect your interests.


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