AdviiLaw is a boutique law firm specialising in commercial, property and dispute resolution law, including other areas of law outlined in our Areas of Practice. Our team is comprised of highly qualified and experienced lawyers, whose focus is to deliver high quality, risk conscious and cost effective legal services.
Whether you need:
- legal advice about your rights, duties or liabilities;
- preparation or review of legal documents; or
- representation in a dispute,
in relation to any matter mentioned in our Areas of Practice, AdviiLaw has the expertise, experience and resources to deliver a highly professional and competent legal service.
AdviiLaw is driven by the desire to achieve the best possible outcomes for its clients by, for example:
- offering effective, efficient and commercial legal and practical solutions;
- understanding the financial circumstances of the client (and offering flexible and fixed fee arrangements whenever possible);
- ensuring that the client speaks to a lawyer each time; and
- conducting itself with integrity, transparency and professionalism.
We are friendly, accessible and passionate about what we do.
Contact us today on 07 3088 7937 to see how we can assist you.
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