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If you need assistance with the sale or purchase of real estate or you’re a developer who needs to settle a small to large scale development our property lawyers are here to help.  

We offer conveyancing services for residential and commercial properties and Property Developers

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Conveyancing Services for residential and commercial real estate.

We provide an end-to-end service in all residential and commercial conveyancing matters and property law advice.

We have extensive experience in all things real estate and are here to assist you in making your property transaction as seamless and as stress-free as possible.

For us conveyancing is not just a transaction, our clients and their conveyancing needs come first.  Every time.

Contact us today for an initial discussion with one of our property team.

How can we help you?

Conveyancing for residential and commercial real estate:

  • Pre-contract legal advice on Contract for Sale of Real Estate and Vendor’s Statement (Section 32)
  • Residential conveyancing for purchase or sale
  • Commercial conveyancing (including industrial and retail)
  • Residential aged care conveyancing
  • Small to large scale property development and subdivisions and volume conveyancing
  • Property transfers (including spouse or related party, SMSF, trusts)
  • Deceased estate transfers (including surviving proprietor applications, legal personal representative applications and to beneficiaries pursuant to Will or Deed)
  • Planning and property due diligence
  • Owners’ corporation & strata matters
  • Dealing with mortgagees
  • Leases (commercial and retail) and including assignments, renewals, variations
  • Licence Agreements
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Property law advice

For more information see Buying a Property or Selling a Property or Property Development.  Contact our legal team of property experts today on +61 3 9822 8588 or email here.

Conveyancing Services for Property Developers

We provide an end-to-end service in settling small to large scale property developments.

We have extensive experience in the property development industry including acting in the conveyancing for multiple lot subdivisions from pre-sales to settlement.

Our experience includes dealing with two lot subdivisions to dealing with subdivisions involving hundreds of lots, whether residential, commercial or mixed-use, we are able to assist.

The settlement process can be a stressful time for Property Developers and we are here to make the process seamless and as stress-free as possible.

With our extensive experience, we have created systems to enable cost-effective and competitive services but, without compromising quality of the service we are able to provide.

Kristy Muhlhan, is an Accredited Property Specialist, Principal lawyer and leads our Property Development Division. Please contact Kristy or one of our property development lawyers for a ‘no obligation’ meeting to discuss how we may work together on your new or existing development project.  Contact us today on +61 3 9822 8588 or email here.

How can we help you?

Conveyancing for developments:

  • Off-the-plan contracts
  • Volume conveyancing
  • Subdivisions

To find out more about the legal services we offer Property Developers see here or select one of the buttons below.

Conveyancing Services

Our Conveyancing Lawyers

Kristy Muhlhan


Kristy Muhlhan

Since 2014, she has been an owner and Principal of the firm and has mastered a broad range of essential commercial and business skills which go hand in hand with the work she does for...

Sandra Le


Sandra Le

Sandra is professional and takes exceptional care with every matter she undertakes and is a natural problem solver.

Wendy Toura

Conveyancing Team Leader and Law Clerk

Wendy Toura

Conveyancing Team Leader and Law Clerk
Licensed Conveyancer, BCom
Wendy’s role is primarily in conveyancing.

Emma Dickens


Emma Dickens

Bachelor of Legal and Dispute studies
Emma joined us in 2018 and holds a Bachelor of Legal and Dispute studies. Emma is currently studying for her Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing.
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