We provide a full range of services for commercial and residential property conveyancing. Don’t let the joy of buying new property be a chore. Shanahans Law will provide you with practical advice on residential and commercial property conveyancing.
At Shanahans Law, we have plenty experience in handling Wills. The estate planning and administration services we offer are designed to give you peace of mind and to protect your assets We aim to ensure those assets are received by the people you want them to go to when you pass away.
We can help you make the correct decisions and provide advice in regards to your commercial dealings. This includes selling or purchasing a business, general security agreements, agreements to lease, deeds of lease and renewal and company and trust administration.
Power of attorney is a written authorisation to represent or act on another’s behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. An enduring power of attorney (EPA) is a legal document that sets out who can take care of your personal or financial matters if you cannot.
A trust is a way legally protecting some or all of your assets, for yourself, your family or others. We can help you can put different assets into your trust, including your family home. We often provide assistance and support for clients looking to create family trusts.
We can help you with your estate planning. We guide you through the process of creating a will, which is basically essential for all adults, especially those with children. We can answer your questions around when and how to make a will, who to appoint as executor.
We can assist you at the end of your relationship by guiding you through the separation and divorce process. Separating from your partner can a difficult time in your life. We recognize that separation or divorce is not just about assets. We aim for solutions that let people get on with their lives.
A Prenuptial agreement, often called a contracting-out agreement, records how relationship property will be split if you separate, your marriage, de facto relationship or civil union ends. If you are unsure whether you need a prenuptial agreement, we can advise on how to best protect everyone in a confidential and practical manner.
We are registered notaries, authorised to officially witness signatures on legal documents, collect sworn statements, administer oaths and certify the authenticity of legal documents for use overseas. We can verify there was a legal presence when documents are signed and guarantee confidentiality.