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Cormiston Legal is located in Launceston, Tasmania specialising in Commercial Law and Conveyancing. Whether you are an individual, small, medium or large business we offer a variety of legal services and we are here to help.
Plain english is used in all our communications with you and we help you determine the best course of action based on your circumstances.
We specialise in the following areas:
There are many legal documents, licences, and other agreements that must be considered when running a business. We can help prepare, review and negotiate the documents that you need for your business. In addition, we can help you understand company law, franchising and consumer law.
We specialise in the areas of commercial law that are relevant to the demands of growing businesses. Whether you are buying, building or leaving a business, we can assist you.
Whether you are buying or selling property, or entering into a lease for property, it is important that you engage a lawyer to act on your behalf. This is to ensure that the transaction is in accordance with the law and the legal transfer of ownership is carried out correctly. We are very experienced in both commercial and residential conveyancing together with commercial and residential leasing matters.
Cormiston Legal understands the complexities in buying, selling or leasing property and we are here to make your transaction free from stress.
We provide property law advice in the following areas:
Wills and Estates
A Will is a document that sets out how any property that you own is to be distributed after your death.
If you die without having made a valid Will the administration of your estate may be complex, expensive and the distribution of your estate may not proceed in the manner you would have wanted.
To ensure that your Will is valid it is important to have it prepared by a lawyer. Whilst Will kits are inexpensive they can, if ambiguous or incorrectly completed, result in legal costs that substantially exceed any savings made.
We have many years of experience in preparing wills and assisting in the administration of estates.
Please contact us on 03 6332 9353 if you would like to discuss how we can help you or if you prefer you can use our Contact Us form - http://www.cormistonlegal.com.au/contact
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