Solicitors & Lawyersin Atherton, QLD

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Atherton Tablelands Law

The legal experts in the Tablelands!

13A Herberton Rd Atherton QLD 4883 0.2 km away
Open
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

The legal experts in the Tablelands!

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Danielle D Hodgens

We find the best solutions

40 Mabel St Atherton QLD 4883 0.3 km away
Open
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

We find the best solutions

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is the age limit for Children’s Court?
    Cases involving minors under the age of 18 are usually referred to Children’s Court.
  • FAQ
    Can I contest my traffic fine?
    Yes - if you disagree with the offence, you can take it to court for appeal.
  • FAQ
    I cannot pay my fine, what should I do?
    Talk to a LegalAid representative for free advice on your options before the due date of payment is required.
  • FAQ
    I can't afford a lawyer - now what?
    Free legal Aid is provided to eligible individuals - call LawAccess NSW to get started.
  • FAQ
    Can I get a marriage annulment?
    An application can be made to the Family Court. A family lawyer may be able to assist.
  • FAQ
    Can I represent myself in the court room?
    Yes - however it is strongly recommended that you receive legal advice, even if you don't intend on being represented in court.

Montgomery Solicitors

Since 1904

21 Main St Atherton QLD 4883 0.5 km away
Open
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM By Appt

Since 1904

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Astute Law

1/36 Mabel St Atherton QLD 4883 0.4 km away

Lilley Grose & Long Solicitors

34 Main St Atherton QLD 4883 0.4 km away

T Kimpton Solicitors–Kerry Rees Assoc

18A Eacham Rd Yungaburra QLD 4884 11.5 km away

Stevenson & Associates Lawyers

22B James St Malanda QLD 4885 15.8 km away

G L Prior & Associates

Malanda Arcade 15 Catherine St Malanda QLD 4885 15.9 km away

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Can I represent myself in the court room?
    Yes - however it is strongly recommended that you receive legal advice, even if you don't intend on being represented in court.
  • FAQ
    Can I get a marriage annulment?
    An application can be made to the Family Court. A family lawyer may be able to assist.
  • FAQ
    I can't afford a lawyer - now what?
    Free legal Aid is provided to eligible individuals - call LawAccess NSW to get started.
  • FAQ
    I cannot pay my fine, what should I do?
    Talk to a LegalAid representative for free advice on your options before the due date of payment is required.
  • FAQ
    Can I contest my traffic fine?
    Yes - if you disagree with the offence, you can take it to court for appeal.
  • FAQ
    What is the age limit for Children’s Court?
    Cases involving minors under the age of 18 are usually referred to Children’s Court.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is the age limit for Children’s Court?
    Cases involving minors under the age of 18 are usually referred to Children’s Court.
  • FAQ
    Can I contest my traffic fine?
    Yes - if you disagree with the offence, you can take it to court for appeal.
  • FAQ
    I cannot pay my fine, what should I do?
    Talk to a LegalAid representative for free advice on your options before the due date of payment is required.
  • FAQ
    I can't afford a lawyer - now what?
    Free legal Aid is provided to eligible individuals - call LawAccess NSW to get started.