Small Myers Hughes is a specialist law firm committed to providing absolute legal expertise in tax & revenue law, property & commercial law, management rights, business & estate planning and family law.
We provide excellent client service. Our focus is on obtaining the best possible outcome for each and every client and our genuine concern and interest in our clients sets us apart. RFL can represent clients in the Family Court of Western Australia assist with violence restraining order matters and we also specialise in defending serious criminal charges at trial, making submissions for spent convictions and advising clients on their charges and possible outcomes.
Family and De Facto Law that is all we do. Consent Orders or financial agreements. Fixed fee service, fast, efficient turn around. Parenting Orders, property transfers, superannuation splits, all for a fixed fee.
Westminster Lawyers is a specialist family law firm practising in Melbourne, Australia. We have an experienced team including lawyers accredited by the Law Institute of Victoria as Specialists in Family Law.
Duncan Basheer Hannon is a leading South Australian law firm with offices in Adelaide, Salisbury, Modbury, Elizabeth, Port Adelaide, Marion, Edwardstown, Morphett Vale, Moana, Mt Barker and Woodville.
We boast a team of highly skilled lawyers who specialise in all areas of Personal Injury Law, Family Law, Commercial Law and Wills & Estates.
Armstrong Legal specialises exclusively in Criminal law, Family Law and Contested Wills matters retaining 31 solicitors overall, with accredited specialists in each of those areas. This combined experience within the legal system should provide assurance that your matter will receive the attention it deserves, and that it will be dealt with in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Tolhurst Druce & Emmerson is a city-based Melbourne law firm providing services in wills, probate, estates & trusts, conveyancing and property law, family law, commercial and business law, litigation and dispute resolution services.
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