Going to a Lawyer for legal advice is usually the last thing you want to spend your valuable time and money on. With online legal resources readily available, a ‘do it yourself’ option may seem easier at first glance.
However, there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to the law. All legal situations are unique and many various areas of law overlap. It is important to seek confidential legal advice from a trusted advisor who can address your specific legal situation, which may include some or all of the following:
• Employment and Self-Employment (Unfair Dismissal, Adverse Action,
Industrial Disputes, Underpayment of Wages)
• Work Health and Safety (Compliance, Incidents, Investigations)
• Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accidents
• Family (Separation, Domestic Violence, Property & Finance, Parenting)
• Superannuation, Income Protection Insurance, Life Insurance
• Estate Planning and Administration (Wills, Trusts, Enduring Power of
Attorney, Advanced Health Directive, Probate)
• Property (Purchasing, Selling, Commercial and Residential Tenancy
• Dispute Resolution and Litigation
• Traffic Offences (Drink Driving)
• Debt Recovery, Bankruptcy, Insolvency
It is always best practice to be preventative rather than reactive by seeking legal advice at an early stage. The worry and stress caused by an unaddressed legal issue also has the potential to negatively impact upon your health and wellbeing. It is the same as avoiding a painful toothache. Leaving a legal issue too late can be costly both personally and financially for you as well as your loved ones.