Jordan Lawyers is a family-owned practice. We have been in Weston Creek since 1999, during which time we have provided professional advice and services effectively and efficiently to hundreds of contented clients.
You will find that lawyers and support staff at Jordan Lawyers are courteous, friendly and approachable.
Jordan Lawyers offers experience and expertise in the following specific areas of law:
• ACT and NSW residential conveyancing
• Sale and purchase of small businesses
• Commercial leasing
• Estate and probate matters
• Wills and enduring powers of attorneys
The Jordan Lawyers office at Weston Creek (next to the rear Cooleman Court entry) is also conveniently located with easy access and free parking.
Let Jordan Lawyers friendly and efficient team take the worry out of the property purchase process for you.
Jordan Lawyers has expertise in the buying, selling and transfer of ownership of all types of residential properties in the ACT and NSW.
We can advise and assist with the completion of loan and mortgage documents, First Home Owners Grant applications, Stamp Duty concessions, and guarantor contracts.
Jordan Lawyers will coordinate all parties involved, including your finance provider, and do all we can to ensure settlement goes smoothly, keeping you fully informed along the way.
In addition, Jordan Lawyers also provides advice on co-ownership agreements and non-commercial loan agreements.
Jordan Lawyers can provide friendly, clear advice on the following:
Sale of business
• Preparation of contract for sale
• Assistance on discharge of encumbrance/loan
Purchase of business
• Advice on contract for sale prepared by the seller
• Assistance in completing loan documents
Jordan Lawyers also manages all commercial leasing matters, which include:
• Drafting/preparation of lease documents
• Review of terms and conditions of lease documents
• Registration of lease
For commercial leasing matters that are particularly complicated, we have the expertise of our legal consultant Des Jordan, who has extensive knowledge and experience in these matters.
Ensure your wishes are carried out by preparing your last will and testament, deciding on the guardians for your children, apportioning your estate, appointing executors and, if required, putting an enduring power of attorney in place.
There will be issues you haven’t considered and issues you are unsure about. You need someone you can trust, working for you, to explain all the ramifications of implementing your will so that your family and beneficiaries receive the full protection of the law.
If circumstances require it, one of our solicitors can make a house call to your home, nursing home or hospital to assist with your legal matters.