Hunter Legal & Conveyancing offer an Estate Planning service to help clients and their families prepare for the future.
This includes the preparation and execution of your Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship. We go beyond to ensure that our client’s wills and estate planning are in place to look at the big picture, and ensure that all factors are considered and attended to.
This often includes consideration of superannuation, business interests, succession planning, trusts and other personal directives to friends and family.
We pride ourselves on the modern and tax-efficient approach that we take to our wills and other estate planning documents to ensure that our client’s wealth is properly managed and secured for the future.
We offer competitive fixed fee pricing for our Estate Planning based on your individual circumstances.
Please phone us for an initial consultation on 1300 224 828, we will schedule an in-person meeting. Our office is located at 5 Church St, Maitland NSW 2320. Alternatively please use our contact page.
Our staff will help you complete a questionnaire that will capture all the relevant information Hunter Legal & Conveyancing will require from you and provide you with any relevant information to your situation.
A property valuation is when a real estate agent visits a property, evaluates it and produces a sales appraisal document. The outcome, is to identify a expected sale price for the property.
The value is calculated by many factors, such as market demand, recent sales, land size, building quality, investment opportunity and council planning for that region.
It is not a legal requirement to have a property valued prior to selling. The document is not used for legal processes, such as identifying land tax or stamp duty. It is simply an appraisal so you have a better idea of the property’s value in the current market.
Yes. If the pest and building inspection produce findings of significance, the buying party can request their Solicitor or Conveyancer to negotiate with the selling party during the cooling off period.
Should the buyer decide to not purchase the property, they are able to withdraw from the sale during this cooling off period, and will be required to forfeit 0.25% of the purchase price.
Yes they can, although this will incur a substantial cost.
The Contract of Sale includes a clause for the cooling off period, noting a date and time of expiry. If a buyer wishes to withdraw from the purchase after the cooling off period has expired, they will forfeit the full 10% deposit. Additionally, the buyer may be sued for losses by the selling party.
For a property sale, we will perform the following: