We are a local family owned law firm with offices in North Lakes, Aspley and Toowong, servicing clients
in the surrounding suburbs, throughout Queensland, interstate and overseas.
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Our lawyers and support staff understand that contacting a law firm can often be daunting for the majority of people. As family law solicitors we understand that every individual legal enquiry is not only important to you but is often also emotional. For this reason, our team places communication as one of its highest priorities to ensure you are kept informed and provided with professional advice on all aspects of your matter.
We deliver timely legal advice in a personal friendly manner.
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Family Law relates to many aspects of family relationships including divorce, child custody, parenting arrangements for the care of children, property division and financial support of children and/or your former partner.
It is important that your estate planning is done right. To achieve this, we can professionally prepare your Will, Power of Attorney and Advance Health Directive. We have experienced estate lawyers to help with any of your matters.
If you’re experiencing domestic violence, or you’ve been accused of committing domestic violence, it is important that you obtain legal advice. Know your rights and let us guide you. Using the family violence protection act we can support you.
Property conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of real estate property from am owner to another. Our experienced conveyancing solicitors understand the processes and different factors that must be considered.
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