Whatever your circumstances, buying or selling property is one of life’s biggest transactions.
You want to make sure the legal requirements are perfectly completed, on time and with a minimum amount of stress to you — leaving you with plenty of time to pack and plan for your new property.
Our conveyancing team at O’Farrell Robertson McMahon led by Mark O’Farrell can take the worry away, their calm and organised manner ensuring that your property transactions are effortless.
The team can assist you with:
- Buying and selling residential property whether for your own home or an investment property
- Buying and selling land
- Transfers of land between family members
- Sale and purchase of water shares
Our Conveyancing Team
Contact any of our Conveyancing team on 03 5445 1000 to discuss your conveyancing matters further.
Mark leads the Conveyancing team at OFRM, assisting our clients with their property transactions including sales and purchases of residential and commercial property, subdivisions. Mark is also able to assist our rural clients with farm related conveyancing and water share transactions.
Madeleine has been with OFRM since 2011. Starting as a legal assistant she is now a lawyer following the completion of her Law and Arts degrees in 2015 and glad to reduce travel between Bendigo and Bundoora where she studied. She has now settled to begin her career in Bendigo.
After completing an internship in 2014, Meg began working on reception at OFRM while finishing her law degree. Now finished, she's one of our newest lawyers. Originally from Ballarat, Meg now lives in Bendigo and has formed strong ties with the community through her work at OFRM and involvement in local netball.
Erin has recently joined the family law team. Whilst growing up in Bendigo, Erin moved to Melbourne to complete an undergraduate Arts degree at the University of Melbourne, majoring in Criminology and International Studies and Politics. She then went on to complete a Juris Doctor law degree at Monash University.
Recent Conveyancing Articles
The move to online conveyancing has created the need for a Client Authorisation Form.
The circumstances in which a restrictive covenant can be removed are limited.
Purchasers need to be aware of any restrictive covenants that may affect the plans for their new property.
A Vendor Statement (or Section 32) holds important information about your property that a prospective buyer needs to know. You can have it prepared before you put your property on the market.
When you guarantee to make payment for someone who fails to, it can all fall to you.
Building inspections prior to settlement are an opportunity to get what you're paying for.
The State Revenue Office has combined 16 forms into 1.
Settlement is no longer a mystery.
Banks, as the mortgagee on a landlord's property, must consent to the lease of that property to a tenant.
Our property title system is fundamental to proving ownership and there are checks in place to ensure nothing changes on a title between signing a contract and finalising settlement.