Coulter Roache

Geelong & Surf Coast Conveyancing Specialists

Think the conveyancing process is straightforward? Think again.

Every property transaction is different depending on the property and your circumstances.

Our conveyancing team is backed by the expertise of a law firm that has supported Geelong and the broader community for more than 80 years.

All of our conveyancing team are PEXA certified e-Conveyancing experts who embrace innovation. You can be confident that your electronic settlement experience will be a positive one.

Our team of conveyancers provide practical, valuable and concise legal services throughout the process of buying and selling residential property anywhere from our offices in Geelong, Barwon Heads, Melbourne, Torquay and Robe.

 

Buying a property

Selling a property

 

 

Change in assets?
Change your Will & Powers of Attorney.

Take advantage of our 20% discount offer on your Wills, Powers of Attorney and Estate Planning with your property settlement up until 30 June 2021.

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5 reasons to choose a law firm over a conveyancer?

1. There is no such thing as a standard conveyancing transaction. Each conveyancing transaction is unique depending on your circumstances and the property.

You want to make sure your transaction has a lawyer’s knowledge and expertise. This can highlight any further advice you may need around tax obligations, stamp duty implication, trusts and self-managed superfunds.

2. A law firm will accurately assess the complexity of your matter and prepare disclosure documents to support your transaction and prepare legally enforceable special conditions.

3. If things get complicated, a conveyancer must send you to a lawyer. But as a law firm, Coulter Roache can provide any legal advice you require. If it is a simple query, there is no extra charge. If you require any complex legal advice or extra documents prepared, we will talk to you before starting the work and agree on an additional fixed price.

4. Coulter Roache operate a fully audited trust account for the protection of your money.

5. You should update your Will after any significant change to assets such as real estate. Coulter Roache offers a one stop shop with our team of Wills and Estate planning experts available to assist you with this, as a conveyancing client you receive a discount when you have your Will prepare or updated with us following your settlement.

Transfer your property with fixed fee certainty.

Get in touch with us today to find out more.

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Couldn't recommend Ainsley and the team at Coulter Roache any more! They were so responsive and helpful throughout the whole conveyancing process, always on hand to answer any questions I had, regardless of how simple or complex they may be. They were amazing in helping me feel at ease throughout what is, quite a stressful process!
Zac Craigen Conveyancing client
We chose Coulter Roache for legal and conveyancing services because we knew that we would be in good hands throughout the process. This would have been especially important in the unlikely event that something had gone astray during the process.

We are very happy with your support on all conveyancing matters in the sale of one property and the purchase of another. At all times you have been friendly, efficient and very professional. That part of the overall process went very smoothly and with no hitches.
Les & Carmel Conveyancing client
I have received excellent professional guidance from Coulter Roache through a recent sale of land which was not straight forward. All communication was carried out via emails and went smoothly; my paralegal, Janelle Langton, ensured that I was advised of every step through the sale with very clear directions so that an elderly person could understand and follow. I would have no hesitation in recommending their legal services as I have used their Will preparation as well as the sale of land.
Judith Godfrey Conveyancing client

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