When do I need to instruct my conveyancer?

The earlier you get us involved in the process the less likelihood of getting yourself into hot water. Ideally at the time of considering your transaction you should consult with us and then again following conclusion of negotiations. The golden rule is never sign anything before you consult us.

What happens if my conveyancer makes a mistake?

All licensed conveyancers are required to have professional indemnity insurance. This insurance provides you with cover in the unlikely event that we make an error which results in a cost to you. Conveyancers are licensed by the NSW Department of Fair Trading and are responsible to them in relation to matters of conduct and propriety.

When can I contact Dynamic Conveyancing?

Our office hours are Monday to Friday 9:00am to 1:00pm and 2:00pm to 5:00pm. We are available to meet with you outside of these hours by appointment. We also provide home consultations in the western metropolitan area at no additional cost by appointment. You can also contact us at any time by email at mail@dynamicconveyancing.com.au or mobile phone 0433 69 24 99.

Are you cheaper than solicitors?

Usually not. The reasons for this are numerous. Principally, solicitors now generally discount their fees in line with those of conveyancers as a result of the introduction of competition into the marketplace. Another factor is that conveyancers provide a specialist service, and, as in all things, you get what you pay for.

What is the difference between conveyancers and solicitors?

>Conveyancers are specialists who are educated and qualified to provide expert advice in relation to matters of conveyancing law. We do not handle other legal matters such as wills, divorces, criminal matters, personal injury claims and the like. This means that our attention is not diverted by other, more pressing matters.

In our firm conveyancing is the most important thing we do because it is the only thing we do.

Do I need a solicitor as well?

No. We are equipped and fully qualified to attend to all of the legal matters in relation to your transaction. The best person for any job is a specialist.