If you are thinking of buying or selling Tasmanian Property, we invite you to obtain a conveyancing quote from us. Our quote will set out full details and actual costs of all fees, government search charges (such as search and enquiry fees) and stamp duty. Please click on the following link and we will be in contact with you on the same day and usually within the hour. Note that if you request a quote out of our standard office hours we will contact you the next business day – for example if you request a quote on a Sunday we will contact you on Monday morning.
We provide quality legal advice with a focus on cost effective commercial results for our clients. While what we do is not simple, we will explain issues in a straightforward and timely manner without unnecessary jargon and complication.
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Cormiston Legal can assist you in drafting your Will that ensures your estate is dealt with in accordance with your wishes when you pass away. Making a Will removes the difficulties that can arise if there is nothing left to indicate how your assets are to be distributed.
Wills aren’t just for the wealthy, even if you don’t own a house or have a lot of money, you may want to leave your valuable or sentimental items such as jewellery, art, antiques, or photographs to particular family or friends.
Our Will questionnaire helps us make your will. Click the link above to access the questionnaire. To learn more about the importance of having your Tasmanian Will read our article Tasmanian Wills – why do you need one?
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