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JRA Legal and Conveyancing Newcastle specialises in conveyancing. Whether you're a First Home Buyer or a seasoned property investor, JRA Legal and Conveyancing Newcastle makes the process easy by offering remote and flexible assistance, practical advice, and timely updates throughout your entire Transaction. Conveyancing is the process of transferring the legal ownership of property from one person to another. The legal process of conveyancing involves thorough investigation,  negotiation and registration of paperwork. We do everything for you - reviewing the contract of sale, talking to your lender, making inquiries with the local council and other  government departments, to preparing for and attending final settlement. JRA is a dedicated lawyer who puts you first. We make sure your property settles on time and you can get on with your plans. JRA Legal and Conveyancing Newcastle understands we all have busy schedules and are available to talk after hours and on weekends. 

There is more to property law than buying and selling houses. JRA Legal and Conveyancing can assist you in any of the following areas of Property Law.

When you are ready our team will be happy to answer any questions that you might have.
Buying a property


​Selling a property
Contracts & Leases
Sales & purchase of business
Retirement Village Contracts 

Advanced care directives
Voluntary Planning
Subdivision Plans
Buying off the plan
Buying a business
Selling a business
When you need a Property Law specialist contact JRA Legal and Conveyancing Newcastle for personal and friendly legal advice.​

When is the last time you considered updating your Will and other Estate planning documents? Ideally you should prepare or update your Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship every 2 to 3 years. If you die without a valid will (‘dying intestate’) a standard formula is used to distribute your property and possessions. Usually, this means all your assets will pass to your spouse or children. But the situation becomes much more complex if you have a legal spouse and a de facto spouse (ie you’ve separated and have a new unmarried partner), if you have children from different relationships, or if you die with no spouse and no children. Having a valid will is vital to ensure your assets are given to people of your choice after you die.

We also offer advice to those left behind when a loved one has died and ensure timely administration of the deceased estate.




PHONE  0438 87 97 91 

Our Principal Jacqui Angelos has practiced in and around Newcastle NSW for almost a decade before venturing out to create JRA Legal.


With experience in a wide variety of property transactions, estate planning and deceased estate services. JRA Legal and conveyancing are proud to offer reliable, efficient, professional and cost effective services to the local community. 

When not in the office, Jacqui can be found enjoying time with her husband and crazy children, at the gym or the beach, or trying to keep the garden reasonably tidy... 



JRA Legal and Conveyancing,

Coorumbung Rd,

Broadmeadow, NSW, 2292, 

Phone 0438 879 791,   © 2018

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