At Eales & Mackenzie we are committed to providing our clients with expert property law advice. We offer advice, services and representation in all areas of property law to both purchasers and sellers of property. We take time to understand the objectives of our clients, working with them to provide realistic advice that demonstrates our expert and specialist knowledge of the property industry. Consultation with a property lawyer at Eales & Mackenzie ensures that you are aware of your contractual requirements, restrictions and risks that may impact upon your purchase or sale of property.
At Eales & Mackenzie our experienced property lawyers in Melbourne can assist you in relation to all of your property law needs, including buying and selling residential and commercial real estate, assisting with project development and building contracts, undertaking town planning and shopping centre developments, dealing with body corporate advice and structuring and planning. Our property lawyers in Melbourne also have a strong knowledge in revenue law, particularly in the areas of GST, stamp duty and other duties and land tax issues.
At Eales & Mackenzie, other areas of expertise in property law include:
- Planning and development
- Property disputes
- Owners corporation
- Leasing and licensing
- Preparation of sales documents
- Subdivision of land
- Compulsory acquisition of land
- Caveats, covenants and easements
At Eales & Mackenzie, our property lawyers in Melbourne pride themselves on providing tailored, relevant, thorough and client-focused advice in all areas of property law.
As well as providing quality legal assistance for buying and selling property, at Eales & Mackenzie we also provide property settlement advice for people going through a separation. We focus on working closely and alongside you to ensure we understand your needs and desired outcome from the process. We provide our clients with support through the difficult decisions involved in the division of joint assets that may involve property such as real estate and vehicles. Our compassionate and thorough advice can ensure you receive the best legal outcome available in your specific circumstances.
Ongoing expert advice
We provide our clients with ongoing expert advice in relation to the issues involved in purchasing or selling property, including information about the costs involved (such as stamp duty) or their legal rights throughout various stages such as the ‘cooling of period’. It is never too early or late to seek the advice of an experienced property lawyer, from early consultation throughout negotiations to assistance with buying or selling at auction and preparing a Contract for Sale.