Conveyancing refers to the transfer of ownership of a piece of property from one party to another; this can be done by way of a simple title transfer, such as after a death or through a property purchase. A conveyancer is a professional who assists either the buyer or seller with this process; they do not necessarily have a law degree, but their services can make this entire process easier on all parties involved.
Many people believe that the formation of a will is a necessary evil. They may not like to think about the consequences of their death and as such, don't like to focus on the detail associated with creating such a document. It's hardly surprising, therefore, that many people who fall into this category go so far as to make a will, but then fail to update it as needed. Why is this dangerous and what should you be doing instead?