We can provide conveyancing services to assist with your purchase or sale of property including providing advice about your contract for sale before you sign.

We can also help you to give effect to a transfer of property pursuant to a family law agreement or as part of an estate matter.

Our staff aim to take the stress out of buying and selling property by keeping you fully informed at each step of the conveyancing process. We offer an efficient, courteous, no fuss conveyancing service at competitive rates.

Contact us with your questions about
how we can help with your family law matter.

Sarah Cullen


Sarah graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2017 and completed her Practical Legal Training with the Australian National University. After graduating, Sarah went to work for the Queensland Government in the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy. She returned to Tasmania in late 2018 when she joined FitzGerald and Browne. Sarah was admitted to the Supreme Court of Tasmania in early 2019 and practices in the areas of family law, criminal law and conveyancing.

Frequently asked questions…

Conveyancing is the process of transferring legal ownership of property. Conveyancers ensure that the property is
transferred free from unwanted encumbrances, like mortgages or caveats, and that there are no nasty surprises associated with the title of the property. We also arrange for registration of documents needed to effect the transfer of title.

You do not need a lawyer to complete the conveyancing process, but many people find completing the necessary documents and certificate of title searches confusing and stressful. Using a qualified conveyancing agent or solicitor can save you a lot of time and hassle as well as helping to ensure that you do not incur unnecessary fees and charges.

Settlements generally involve the solicitors or conveyancing agents for the purchaser and seller meeting to exchange the necessary documents and funds to effect the transfer of the property. If there is a mortgage associated with the property then an agent from the bank normally attends settlement as well.

No. We will attend settlement on your behalf and let you know when settlement is complete.

Costs for conveyancing vary. To obtain a cost estimate for your matter please call us on (03) 6224 6777.

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