Ulladulla Conveyancing is owned and operated by Melanie Guise.

Melanie grew up in Lake Conjola and moved to Sydney after completing her HSC at Ulladulla High School.

In Sydney, Melanie completed a 4 year Licensed Conveyancing Course at Macquarie University whilst working for a well known law
firm in Pitt Street, Sydney.  

Melanie then spent one year working for one of the largest law firms in London and opened Ulladulla Conveyancing upon her return in
July 2006, when she was just 23 years old.

Ulladulla Conveyancing is a home based business which provides a fixed fee conveyancing service to all
people wishing to buy or sell property within the Shoalhaven.

Melanie & her husband Ben had 2 beautiful babies in 2014 & 2015 and therefore she has decided to
only work part-time for the next few years so that she can spend some of her days with Max & Molly.

Throughout the last 13 years, Melanie has found her job incredibly rewarding and has
enjoyed witnessing the growth of her business, which now boasts a client base of over
2000 happy and satisfied clients.

Melanie is also very proud of the fact that she was the
WINNER of the 2014 Home
Based Business Award and the 2012 & 2011 Milton/Ulladulla Professional Practice of the Year.

Ulladulla Conveyancing was also the
WINNER of the 2011 Shoalhaven Home Based Business of the Year and was awarded Highly
Commended in the Property/Finance Category.

Melanie loves the challenge and satisfaction of helping clients buy/sell property, as it is one of the most exciting things a person can
do in their life, and has dedicated herself to providing a personalised, flexible, affordable and good quality conveyancing service.  
Melanie's home office at
18 Princes Highway, Mollymook
0438 635 829
When buying or selling a house, unit or block of land the legal work involved in changing over the ownership is called "conveyancing".

Licensed Conveyancers have the same qualifications as solicitors in property related matters but cannot get involved with any other
area of law such as workers compensation or family law.  Conveyancers must have completed the course, have a minimum of 2 years
experience in a conveyancing practice and hold professional indemnity insurance.

Conveyancers are also required to undertake professional education each year to keep up to date with legislative changes and to improve
their conveyancing skills.

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