Conveyancing and Property Law

Buying or Selling a house or land?

As subscribers to the new PEXA electronic conveyancing service, we can offer you the most up-to-date streamlined service in conveyancing.

Conveyancing in New South Wales still has some twists and turns. In the Central West in particular, old system title and limited title still exists. This means you need lawyers with local knowledge and experience to make sure you get what you pay for.

Our advice also extends to advising you on purchasing structures, property law (such as easements, strata and community title), stamp duty implications and first home benefits which may apply to the transaction.

We have helped thousands of locals to buy and sell their houses and land. We also assist developers in subdivision, building development and planning matters.


Our clients include many family farming enterprises within the region. Accordingly, we have extensive experience in the purchase, sale and leasing of farms and agricultural enterprise. We can also assist you with applying for a Water Access Licence, including the subdivision and transfer of the WAL.


Unlike some other firms and conveyancers who can only assist you with your purchase or sale, we can provide you with assistance for all of your legal needs.

We build a partnership with our clients so that they know they have a law firm in their corner when it’s needed.


In New South Wales, you must have a contract prepared for inspection by prospective buyers, before the property is marketed for sale.
We can assist you in the preparation of the contract and work with your agent to ensure a swift and smooth sale.


Our Guide to buying residential property in NSW


Our friendly staff can give you a fixed fee quotation over the phone.

(02) 6362 5433


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