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    Purchasing a property can be an exciting yet stressful time for many. While some sales are straightforward and go through with little issues, others can take some work and negotiation to get through on time. Purchasing a home should be as stress free as possible, and with the team from Marocchi Law looking after your conveyancing, you won’t have to worry about a thing except moving out or moving in.

    We offer conveyancing services in Sydney and surrounds, for both commercial and residential property, for vendors and purchasers. Our services are tailored to meet your individual circumstances, ensuring you have all the right documentation to proceed with your property sale or purchase.

    Our conveyancing services include:

    • Residential conveyancing including community title schemes and strata purchases
    • Rural conveyancing
    • Commercial conveyancing
    • Drafting and perusing contracts of sale and legal documents
    • Drafting and perusing special conditions and annexures
    • Conducting searches over the property
    • Liasing with other law firms, sales agents, government departments and finance companies
    • Stamp Duty calculation and payment
    • Settlement figures and adjustments
    • Lodgment with the Office of State Revenue
    • Arranging and attending settlements
    • Lodging land title documents and advising local authority of transfer after settlement.
    Have You Already Signed a Contract?

    If you’ve already made an offer or signed a contract to purchase, it’s not too late to involve a conveyancing team. Contact the real estate agent selling the property requesting that a copy of the contract be forwarded to Marocchi Law and we’ll take it from there. You’ll receive a conveyancing quote to cover all legal costs associated with your purchase.

    Why Choose Marocchi Law for Conveyancing?

    When purchasing or selling a home or business, you need a conveyancing team with experience in a wide range of sale types. Whether you have a straightforward transaction, or there’s more involved, we can assist in getting your contract through as smoothly as possible, all while keeping you informed and on budget.

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    Our team, with over 30 years of experience, is committed to providing clear and effective legal support.

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    For any queries or support in Will and estate matters, contact us for professional and empathetic guidance.
    Who Can Make a Will?
    Anyone over 18 or those under 18 who are married (or planning to marry) can make a will, provided they have the mental capacity to do so. For unmarried individuals under 18, court approval is needed.
    How Much Compensation Will I Receive Through a Personal Injury Claim?
    The amount varies based on several factors unique to each case. It's recommended to consult a personal injury lawyer for a more personalised assessment.
    Do I Need a Lawyer to Help with a Super Claim?
    For complex superannuation claims, a specialist lawyer can be very helpful. They can navigate through the terms and conditions of the Super Fund to ensure you receive what you're entitled to.
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