Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Rates vary according to the legal service you require.
We strive to provide low-cost services that deliver optimal outcomes, so reach out and speak to Greg Murphy for more information.
The duration of your legal process varies, depending on your matter.
As a guide only
– Family Court Matters can take up to two years to settle.
– Trial Matter in the Supreme Court and District Court vary from case to case.
– Local Court Matter vary depending if you pleased guilty which depending on your case can take 1 day to 6 weeks. Running a hearing can take from 6 to 12 months to finalise.
This depends on the jurisdiction where your case is being conducted.
We appreciate the Australian legal system can be confronting. So we’ve simplified our approach in a way that makes us stand out.
We offer convenient after-hours consultations as well as mobile appointments.
With free consultations available there’s no risk and clear reward. Just reach out and we’ll walk you through the process without charge.
This is dependant on your case, the gathering of evidence in crucial to positive outcomes. So your instructions will be ongoing until the matter is finalised.
We offer fair and affordable fees and fixed fees to ensure everyone has access to the legal support they need, when they need it most.
Our firm is built around the ethos that anticipating legal issues before they arise which is the most effective way to save you time and money.
Matters of criminal law carry the potential for serious repercussions. As a result, you should look for legal support that is experienced, transparent and places the focus on your needs.
Criminal lawyers are to act without fear to protect your position.
However Criminal Lawyers also have a paramount duty as an officer of the court, to not mislead the court and to assist the court.
An example is: if you told your solicitor that you were guilty of an offence you are seeking representation for. The solicitor could not lead any evidence in court suggesting you are innocent of the offence.
If this happens, we advise that you contact us immediately prior to speaking to the police or providing any statements.
There are many online wills or will kits available for you. However, these are not straightforward and don’t always take into account your personal circumstances. To ensure your will is legally valid and advice in estate planning, please reach out and speak to a member of our team.
A will is a legal document that articulates your wishes upon your death. It ensures that your assets are managed and protected in a way that your will directs.
Probate is the process of identifying the assets of a deceased person so there assets can be disbursed via the executor, to the beneficiaries.
If someone dies without a will a family member may apply for a “Grant of Letters of Administration” in order to manage and distribute the estate of the deceased person. We will be able to help you apply for this and give you guidance along the way.
A conveyancing lawyer will ensure your legal interests are met and ensure the process of transferring the legal titles is done smoothly.
A conveyancing lawyer will be your advocate and ensure your rights and responsibilities are met and give you peace of mind.
It is highly recommended that you use a conveyancing lawyer that can ensure you meet your legal obligations when buying or selling a property.