Whether pursuant to Family Court Order or by mutual agreement, we can assist in the transfer of property between spouses.

Firstly, if you have a mortgage over the property, you will need to ensure any mortgage is re-financed to the benefitting party as part of the transfer process.

If the transfer is pursuant to a Family Court Order or the property being transferred is your ‘shared residence’, stamp duty is exempt and a base Lands Titles Office registration fee is payable. If not, government fees payable are based on the Valuer-General’s value of the property (ie value on Council/SA Water rates). There is a stamp duty calculator on our website at https://www.beger.com.au/services/conveyancing/

For further information please contact Anna on 8362 6400 or email Anna PanteliosJoin our mailing list to receive updates and advice on current issues.

  • Anna Pantelios

    About the author: Anna Pantelios

    Anna has over 20 years of conveyancing experience and has been a registered conveyancer since 2002. Anna is extremely knowledgeable and experienced in all areas of conveyancing. She also has the immediate support of specialist property lawyers.

    Anna can assist you with any aspect of residential and commercial property dealings including preparation of Contracts for Sale & Purchase of Land and Form 1′s, sub-divisions, property transfers and conveyancing, preparation and registration of instruments under the Real Property Act including mortgages, encumbrances, easements and caveats.

    Call on 8362 6400 or email Anna.

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