Estate and Family Transfers of Land

What you should know

Are you an executor of an estate and need an Adelaide conveyancer to transfer land to the beneficiaries of the estate or to a purchaser of the land?

Have you separated with your spouse and need a conveyancer to transfer your house to yourself or to a purchaser?

Do you wish to transfer your property to a child or spouse as part of your succession plan or to effect a change in the joint ownership of your property?

You will need the advice and assistance of experienced conveyancers and property conveyancer lawyers such as Di Rosa Lawyers to ensure the transfer is smooth and secure.

Different types of transfers of property

There are many differing reasons why property is transferred from one family member to another or to a purchaser whereby the sale proceeds may be divided in a certain way.

These reasons can include:

  • death in the family
  • divorce
  • sub-division of larger estates
  • inheritance
  • gifting
  • buying and selling among family members.

Why choose Di Rosa Lawyers

Di Rosa Lawyers specialises in related party transfers of property and have the necessary expertise to deal with all such transfers including:

  • Conducting Certificate of Title searches
  • Searches of government departments and local authorities
  • Advice on whether a contract, form 1 or deed or other agreement is necessary
  • Preparation and certification of legal documents
  • Stamping of required documents
  • Calculation of adjustments of rates and taxes if necessary
  • Preparation of settlement statements if necessary
  • Liaison with mortgagors and financiers if necessary
  • Advising all authorities as to the change of ownership
  • Attendance at settlement if money is required to change hands to effect the transfer

What you should know

Are you an executor of an estate and need a conveyancer to transfer land to the beneficiaries of the estate or to a purchaser of the land?

Have you separated with your spouse and need a conveyancer to transfer your house to yourself or to a purchaser?

Do you wish to transfer your property to a child or spouse as part of your succession plan or to effect a change in the joint ownership of your property.

You will need the advice and assistance of experienced conveyancers and lawyers such as Di Rosa Lawyers to ensure the transfer is smooth and secure.

Different types of transfers of property

There are many differing reasons why property is transferred from one family member to another or to a purchaser whereby the sale proceeds may be divided in a certain way.

These reasons can include:

  • death in the family
  • divorce
  • sub-division of larger estates
  • inheritance
  • gifting
  • buying and selling among family members.

Why choose Di Rosa Lawyers

Di Rosa Lawyers specialises in related party transfers of property and have the necessary expertise to deal with all such transfers including:

  • Conducting Certificate of Title searches
  • Searches of government departments and local authorities
  • Advice on whether a contract, form 1 or deed or other agreement is necessary
  • Preparation and certification of legal documents
  • Stamping of required documents
  • Calculation of adjustments of rates and taxes if necessary
  • Preparation of settlement statements if necessary
  • Liaison with mortgagors and financiers if necessary
  • Advising all authorities as to the change of ownership
  • Attendance at settlement if money is required to change hands to effect the transfer

How you can help us to help you

If you need our advice with respect to estate and family transfers of land:

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You can give us a call us on (08) 8276 7955 to book an appointment

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You can also email us via our Contact page

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Download our questionnaire here and send it to us

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Book a time to see us via our client portal here

The first telephone and/or online consultation (up to 20 minutes) is always free and carries no obligation.

By giving us as much information as you can at the outset this will help us provide legal solutions to your problems as quickly and cost-effectively as possible – so you can get on with your life.

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