Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd (ABN 86 640 514 558)
Proud to be a registered conveyancing law firm.
Did you just get your offer on a property accepted? Congratulations! The next step is conveyancing.
You turn to the internet and see there are several companies offering the service. Here is a list of questions you can ask.
At LEAD, we are upfront with our clients. We will tell you what you should expect from us and we will also tell you what we expect from you as our clients. You'll know everything there is you need to know before you engage our services.
At LEAD, youl get professional services from well-seasoned property lawyers. We know the ins and outs of the business and we guide our clients by hand from start to finish while always maintaining communication. We don't leave clients in the dark having them guessing what's going on with their conveyancing. You get your money's worth.
One of our goals as a business is to provide conveyancing services at a very affordable price.
To do this, we applied these things to our business model.
Lawyers with several specialisations cost more. By getting only what we need, we minimised costs on compensation. Today, everyone carries a smartphone. We took advantage and made everything very accessible. Documents are sent and received through email and they sign using electronic signatures. They scan or take pictures of their proof of identity. Gone are huge piles of paper copied. Face to face appointments are a thing of the past.
Getting a solicitor over a conveyancer is being smart or wise.
In conveyancing, there are two sides - the buyer and the seller. Each of them is asked to choose their representative. They can choose between a lawyer and a conveyancer. Naturally, the lawyer costs more than the conveyancer because they cover more scope of work. And of course, we all know that you want to protect your biggest investment - your property.
Just imagine if you engaged a conveyancer and the vendor happened to choose a solicitor, and things went complicated, you'll be worried sick thinking how the next events will unfold.
Essendon, is a suburb in the city of Melbourne, in the state of Essendon, about 8 kilometres north-west of the central business district of Melbourne. The City of Moonee Valley is its local government area. Essendon had a population of 20,596 based on the 2016 census.
Essendon is surrounded in the west by Hoffmans Road, in the east by the Moonee Ponds Creek, in the north by Keilor Road and Woodland Street, and in the south by Buckley Street.
The formally acknowledged Traditional Owners of the area in which Essendon is situated are the Wurundjeri People. The Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation represents the Wurundjeri People.
There were 20,596 people in Essendon based on the 2016 Census. 70.2% of people were Australian born. Other countries of birth were India at 4.0%, Italy with 2.5%, England having 1.7%, China at 1.4% and New Zealand with 1.2%. About 70.8% of people spoke English at home while others included 5.0% Italian, 2.6% Greek, 1.6% Mandarin, 1.3% Hindi, and 1.1% Vietnamese. 38.9% were Catholic and 25.4% said the have no religion .
Train services are available from Essendon Station on Rose Street, Strathmore Station on Woodland Street, and Glenbervie Station on Glass Street, railway stations on the Craigieburn railway line. Bus services are also accessible from Essendon railway station with various routes ending at the station or proceeding through to Moonee Ponds.
The suburb is surrounded on the south west by the Maribyrnong River Trail, and on the north and east by the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail. Both are used by recreational and commuting cyclists.
State schools are as follows:
Private schools, on the other hand, are:
Essendon is home of the Bombers also known as the Essendon Football Club, a member of the Australian Football League and an Australian rules football club. Having won 16 premierships in the VFL/AFL, Essendon is one of the most successful football teams in Australia.
One of the most successful suburban football competitions in Melbourne is the Essendon District Football League and it fed many players into elite level competition in the zone days.