Areas of Law

Shire Legal can assist you in the following areas: 

Property Law
Buying a property
Selling a property
First Home Owners
Conveyancing fees
Mortgages, refinance, transfers
Family Loan Agreements
Property development contracts
Property subdivision
Strata law
Easements
Review of building contracts
Neighbourhood dispute
Traffic Law
Dangerous driving
Demerit points
Drink driving
Drug driving
Habitual offender
Licence & speeding appeals
Other driving offences
Drive whilst suspended/disqualified
Business Law
Starting a Business
Buying a Business
Selling a Business
Mergers and acquisitions
Commercial leasing
Retail leasing
Franchising
Commercial litigation
Business & Supply Agreements
Intellectual Property
Workplace and Employment
Trade practices compliance
Liquor & Hospitality Law
Business succession
Employment Law
Contracts of Employment
Occupational Health & Safety
Restraints post-employment
Terminations
Estate Planning
Powers of Attorney
Guardianship
Living Wills
Binding Financial Agreement
Trusts
Criminal Law
Apprehended Violence Orders
Assault
Bail applications
Fraud
Property, Larceny & Robbery
Sexual Offences
Sports Law
Sponsorship Agreements
Commercial Agreements
Playing Contracts
Restraints of Trade
Defending ASADA prosecutions
Debt Recovery
Debt collection
Defending a debt claim
Traffic accidents
Bankruptcy
Company insolvency
Credit agreements
Terms of Trade
Family Law
Divorce
Children & Parenting
Estates
Probate
Letters of Administration
Challenging a Will
Senior Law
Retirement Village & Aged Care
Granny Flat Agreements
Family Agreements


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