We recommend you bring all documents which relate to your legal issue including any correspondence you have received from lawyers for the other party, court documents, and any records you have that relate to the history of the dispute and about your current position. This can include things such as:
Letters of demand, offers of settlements, contracts and agreements;
Relevant company or individual documents and records;
Tax File Number;
Records of financial assets;
For family law matters, information related to your children and/or former spouse and your assets and liabilities.
We will be able to better advise what you should bring at the time of making your appointment. Call us today on 8410 0211.
As soon as you receive or have been served with court documents, you should contact our office to make an appointment. You may need to respond to defend the claim or charge against you within a certain timeframe. If you delay and miss the deadline you may lose the opportunity to respond or defend yourself. We can advise you about your position and assist you with the next steps.
Yes, our telephone lines are open 8:30am to 5:30pm. Contact us on 08 8410 0211. After hours our emergency contact for Criminal and Traffic matters is 0406 148 647 and for Family and Children’s matters 0412 055 446.