When buying and selling property, most people would hardly ever do this without a lawyer. So what about if you are transferring, buying or selling property as part of a property settlement with your spouse, should you do this without a lawyer?
Even if you are separating amicably and have agreement, it can be important to make sure that any agreement you have reached is reviewed by a lawyer to make sure it reflects your intention. You can still do the documents yourself and keep it out of court and get lawyer to look over it. Lawyers are trained to assist people with their legal problems and a family lawyer can assist you with family law advice including whether a property settlement is properly documented.
We recently assisted a client who had not done this at the start and it was more challenging for them to rectify the mistake than had they seen us at the beginning of the process.
If you have reached agreement and want to keep it out of court but also want to make sure that you get what you think you are getting from the settlement – then contact Claire Naidu & Co, relationship lawyers. We can assist you with consent orders, binding financial agreement and separation agreements.
If you want to decide on the next best steps, Claire Naidu & Co can help you. Ph: 02 6109 0118 or schedule a free ten minute chat.
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