Buying property is an exciting, but also really complicated process. Whether you’re a first home buyer or experienced property investor and dealer, there are a lot of things you should avoid doing so that you don’t get caught out by the complexities of the process. We’ve made a quick list of things to avoid when purchasing property.
Except for the most extreme circumstances, going to court should be considered a ‘last resort’ and only to be used when all other options have been exhausted.
Across the country, people are being encouraged to work from home as much as possible to stop the spread of COVID-19. While many employees are adapting well to their new work environments, other employees may have experienced a drop in productivity.
When dealing with an already difficult family breakdown, it’s important that you don’t take too long to begin any required legal proceedings. If you wait too long after a relationship breakdown, the court might refuse to hear your matter. This article will explain the relevant time limits you face when approaching the Family Court of Australia.
So, you’re looking to buy a home in NSW? It’s a big decision that can be time consuming and stressful. Not to mention that there are a lot of complicated legal processes involved. That’s why we’ve split the process into 3 main sections: the money part, the fun part and the legal part.