Localsearch logo

Trending Searches

Radich Lawyer logo

Radich Lawyer

Get Directions

Trading for 36 years

About Radich Lawyer

Having practiced law on the Gold Coast for more than 30 years, Radich Lawyer, solely headed by Nicholas Radich, should be your first point of contact, in the case that you are confronted with a challenging legal circumstance. We understand that you might be experiencing some feelings of vulnerability while you are going through legal issues. When you work with Nicholas Radich, you can be sure that he understands what you are going through, while being a litigation specialist and can act for clients in all Court disputes.


  • Corporate law

  • Mediation

  • Dispute law

  • Liquidation law

  • Estate dispute law

  • General practice attorney

  • Solicitors

  • Lawyers

  • Local

  • Domestic

  • Client based

  • Mediator

  • Will & estate law

  • Legal services

  • Professional & trustworthy service

  • Quality service


5 rating

2 reviews

Filter by rating







John Paul Bunting

2 years ago

I have been using the legal services provided by Nicholas Radich for over 15 years. I have always found Nicholas to be efficient, cost-effective and caring to my personal and business needs. I have no hesitation in recommending him to others.


Rob Shadgett

3 years ago

For more than 14 years Mr Radich has provided us with excellent legal advice, and has successfully represented us with court proceedings of significance on numerous occasions. Mr Radich always listens to our circumstances, provides a clear explanation of alternatives, and then suggests a decisive plan of action. I unreservedly recommend Mr Radich should you require a seasoned legal professional.


4 Wagin Crt, Mermaid Waters QLD

Get Directions

Spinning globe loading icon



Ways to Pay

  • cash icon


  • eft icon


Frequently Asked Questions

I have moved out. Do I still have to pay the mortgage?

If your name is on the mortgage, you are responsible for the mortgage. If you do not pay and the people staying at home do not pay, then the house may be sold by the lender. While the courts usually expect the person in the house to pay the mortgage, there are circumstances when that isn't the case.

I am the beneficiary under a will. Can someone else bring a claim?

Yes, they can, but I can act for you in defending that claim.

Radich Lawyer