Helping Australians navigate the complexities of transferring their legal interest in property

Knowledgeable and experienced staff will help you find the right transfer method to best suit your needs

Property specialists will help you navigate your way through the legal jargon to ensure a smooth effortless transaction.

Related Party Transfers

Transfers between parent and child, siblings and relatives etc.

Spousal Transfer

This is a transfer of property between Spouses and or De-facto partners. This form of transfer may trigger stamp duty concessions so speak to the team at Conveyancer.com.au today.

Deceased Estate Transfers

These are transfers, which take place as a consequence death of a Proprietor on Title either to remove them from the Title or to transfer property in accordance to the directions of a Will. The team at Conveyancer.com.au can advise on whether the Individuals may be eligible for stamp duty concessions and or exemptions depending on their specific situation.

Family Law Transfers

Transfers, which occur unfortunately due to the breakdown of a relationship. The team at Conveyancer.com.au will remain impartial to ensure all parties receive the same exceptional service and access to regular file updates and ongoing support.

Court Mandated Transfers

Transfers which occur as a consequence of a judgment/ ruling made by a Judge presiding over a case being heard in a court in Australia.

Not in Common Transfers (NICO)

Transfers of this nature arise during the subdivision or consolidation of land where there are different registered proprietors on each lot.

Buying or selling a property, is not the only reason to contact a conveyancer. The team at Conveyancer.com.au will help you navigate through the complexities of transferring property. Our specialised staff at Conveyancer.com.au will provide you with the knowledge to make this an effortless transaction.

The team at Conveyancer.com.au receive regular industry updates to ensure they provide their clients the correct information.