Brisbane Conveyancing Lawyers

We understand the impact these transactions can have on your assets.

Buying and selling real estate is often one of the most important financial decisions many people will make in their lifetime. Contact Brisbane Conveyancing Lawyers today.

Conveyancing Lawyers Brisbane

Buying and selling real estate is often one of the most important financial decisions many people will make in their lifetime. We’re conveyancing experts. Take us up on our free quote or upload you contract and we will review for free!

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(excluding Off-the-Plan Contracts)

For this reason alone, getting legal help from an experienced conveyancing team is the most important step you can take!

At Big Law, we have been helping people buy and sell property in Brisbane and surrounding regions for over 30 years! If you’re serious about minimising risks with the sale or purchase of your property, Big Law have the expertise and experience to help.

At Big Law, our objective is to provide quality conveyancing services at competitive prices and for a fixed fee. Whether this is your first home purchase in Brisbane or you’re a seasoned buyer or seller of property, at Big Law we can help you.

Big Law Strathpine Residential Conveyancing Lawyers are ready to assist you right now when buying, selling and leasing.

Our Process

Your lawyer is your adviser and is the ONLY person in the transaction whose role it is to protect your legal interests. read more

Contracts

It is recommended that you seek our advice before signing. We can give you legal advice in relation to the standard terms of the contract as well as any special terms which may have been inserted. read more

Buying “Off-The-Plan”

Buying “off-the-plan” means buying land or an apartment that does not yet exist other than as a drawing on a proposed plan. read more

Body Corporate

In Queensland, a Body Corporate is created when land is subdivided and registered at the Land Titles Office as a Community Titles Scheme. read more

Legal Fees

Total conveyancing costs are typically made up of the solicitor’s professional fees and the cost of disbursements and outlays and government charges. read more

At Big Law we provide holistic legal solutions to legal matters.

Information & Helpful Tips

Conveyancing

The Additional Costs When Buying a Property

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In this podcast, Sylvia Lopez explains what are the additional costs when buying a property.... listen to the podcast
buying selling PEXA

Are You Buying or Selling? Why You Need to Know About PEXA

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In this podcast, Sylvia Lopez talks about why is it important that you know PEXA if you’re buying or selling.... listen to the podcast
Commercial Leasing

Key Things to Know About Negotiating a Commercial Lease

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Do you have an amazing business idea? Perhaps it’s a retail concept you believe will take off and, what’s more, you’ve found the perfect premises in the perfect location.
Difference between Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

What is the Difference between Residential and Commercial Conveyancing

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While there are many similarities between residential and commercial conveyancing – that necessary legal process for transferring ownership from seller to buyer – there are also some important differences, which…
Conveyancing

Bought or Sold a Property? Why it’s Important to Update Your Will

| Residential and Commercial Conveyancing, Wills and Estates | No Comments
When a person makes a will detailing how they want their assets to be distributed after they die, and by whom, they often think that’s the end of the matter.
Buying a Unit QLD

What You Need to Know About Buying a Unit

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There's little doubt that there has been an exponential increase in Queensland of unit puchases. But is buying a unit a little different than buying a regular house? In this…