Affinity Lawyers: Gold Coast Lawyers / Northern Gold Coast Lawyers
Our leading Gold Coast Solicitors, based at the northern end of the Gold Coast at Runaway Bay are transforming the landscape of client relationships, and are intent on consistently exceeding client expectations.
This drive and focus of our law firm is one of our defining characteristics, and our professional team of lawyers and paralegals provide exceptional legal services to a number of Gold Coast and interstate residents, as well as Small, Medium and Large Business enterprises. We are class leaders in various fields of law, including Litigation, Family Law, Commercial Law, Wills & Estates, and Employment Law. Our conveyancing team are also one of the most experienced and professional on the Gold Coast, successfully completing a large number of transactions each month.
For more specific information regarding our legal practice areas and how Affinity Lawyers can assist you, please refer to our 'Professional Services' tab.
Our mandate is defined as uncompromising attention to the needs and interests of our clients, together with the provision of powerful, cost effective and strategic legal solutions.
If you would like further information on any of Affinity Lawyers range of services, or you would like to discuss your individual requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us on (07) 5563 8970 or email us at email@example.com.
Latest Affinity News
Since the 1st October 2016 residential conveyancing transactions for which the liability for transfer duty (stamp duty) has arisen, and where the subject property is classed as ‘Additional foreign acquirer duty’ (‘AFAD’) residential land’, then if the purchaser falls within the meaning prescribed... more
For businesses selling products/services to consumers and consumers purchasing goods or services, it is important to be aware of the Australian... more
Following on from a recent article we published regarding cheap ‘will kits’, we often find that clients are also compromising one of the largest... more
On 6 June 2017, the Fair Work Commission (‘the Commission’) handed down its decision in relation to the annual wage review., As a result, from 1 July... more
Following on from the implementation of the Tackling Alcohol-Fuelled Violence Legislation Amendment Act 2016 and to last year’s article regarding the... more