In that regard you should be aware that the courts commonly extend leniency, or a ‘discount’, in sentencing people who plead guilty rather than those found guilty by the Court. This is a decision for you – not for your lawyer or a family member to make. Whilst we will advise you about how to respond to the charge/s, it is ultimately a personal decision that you yourself have to make.
- Contract disputes, including breach of contract
- Tortious interference with contracts or business relationships
- Shareholder and partnership disputes
- Breaches of fiduciary duty
- Considering whether to purchase the property as joint tenants or tenants in common
- Attending to title imperfections
- Stamp Duty and payment of other fees and charges
- Complying with Finance, Building and Pest Inspection Clauses
- Considering the legalities of Special Conditions
- Performing Searches
- General Business and Commercial matters
- Business Conveyancing and advice
- Commercial Property Acquisitions and Sales
- Commercial Agreements and Securities
- Loan Agreements and Mortgages
Personal Injury: Motor Vehicle Accident
- Compensation for pain and suffering and loss of your amenities of life
- Loss of earnings (including loss of past and future income and loss of superannuation payments
- Medical and rehabilitation expenses that you have incurred and are likely to incur in the future
- Care costs (including past and future care)
Personal Injury: Workplace Accident
Some examples of injuries include:
- Soft tissue / strains / sprain injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Internal injuries
- Cut or fracture
Wills and Estates
Your will is a legal document, which states how you want your estate to be managed after your death and with our guidance can become a small task to undertake.
Any person over the age of 18 years (or under 18 years of age if married) and of sound mental capacity can make their Will.
Some issues to be considered before making your will include:
A Financial Agreement can be entered into by couples who are contemplating entering into a marriage with each other. The Agreement can deal with how, in the event of a breakdown of the marriage, all or any of the property or financial resources of either or both of them at the time when the Agreement is made or at a later time and before the dissolution of marriage is to be dealt with. The Agreement can also deal with the maintenance of either party during the marriage or after dissolution of marriage or both during and after dissolution of marriage.
Justice of the Peace
The Firm on the Avenue now have our very own in-house Justice of the Peace, adding to the long list of legal services we offer. Team member, Will Guilfoyle is now a registered Justice of the Peace and is ready to assist clients. Will is recognised as a qualified witness that can sign legal documents including but not limited to;
- Statutory declarations
- Passport applications
Contact The Firm On The Avenue. Call us today, leave a message, email or find our office address below.
If you are concerned about costs, let us know. We have solutions that we can tailor to your requirements.
Unit 2, “The Avenue” 58-60 Torquay Road PIALBA, PO Box 3252, Pialba Qld 4655