Property Conveyancing Services for Transferring Real Estate

Posted on: 20 September 2019
There are times when you own a piece of property that you simply want to transfer. An example of a time when this would happen is if you own several plots of property located throughout a city or country. You may want to transfer the properties to different family members or friends as part of your end-of-life planning. One way to do this is to use property conveyancing services. Here are a few of the services you can use and what to know about each one.
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Why a Real Estate Solicitor Is Invaluable When Buying or Selling a Property

Posted on: 2 April 2019
If you are planning to purchase a property or perhaps you are a seller of a property, it is critical to ensure that your finances and assets are protected. For instance, if you are a buyer, it is crucial to ensure that you are purchasing a home worth the money that you are putting down for it—not to mention that it is essential to be certain that you will not be in any legal battles down the road in regards to the ownership of the property.
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Success Strategies When Challenging Your Parent's Will In A Probate Court

Posted on: 31 August 2016
The demise of a parent sometimes makes shocking revelations to the children left behind. Such is often the case when a child learns that he or she has been left out in their late parent's final will and testament. If you feel that you have a legitimate right to contest the will of your parent, proving any of the following cases in a court of law can boost your chances of getting a favorable outcome.
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Buying A House? How You Can Cancel A Contract And Escape Heavy Penalties

Posted on: 8 July 2016
Moving in to a new house is like a dream come true for many. However, that joy may vanish if you find that things are not as you expected after moving in. Maybe the house is not in the same condition as when you first saw it, or you discover a problem with the house that you were not aware of. So what can you do if you no longer like the house and you have already signed the contract?
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