On the Gold Coast for the Gold Coast.

Affinity Lawyers is a full service Law Firm at Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast, providing clients with exceptional legal advice in a select number of areas, including:-

Affinity Lawyers Commercial & Business Lawyers on the Gold Coast will ensure that all legalities are covered, and that all you have to do is focus on your business.

Our Gold Coast employment and unfair dismissal lawyers provide advice on all aspects of employment and unfair dismissal law.

Affinity Lawyers on the Gold Coast has the ability to provide clients with the most comprehensive and up to date legal advice, at the highest level of service standards available.

Affinity Lawyers on the Gold Coast offers a highly skilled Litigation and Dispute Resolution department which can provide a range of tailored strategic solutions for our client’s legal problems, with a specific focus on our clients individual needs and requirements.

Affinity Lawyers on the Gold Coast has an experienced and professional property law team which has assisted tens of thousands of Queensland residents and investors in buying and selling their properties, all types of leasing matters, resolving tenancy, boundary and fencing disputes and title registrations.

Boutique law firm Affinity Lawyers on the Gold Coast have a dedicated professional and experienced team in place who are ready to assist our clients with their estate planning and asset protection needs, as well as drafting wills and testamentary trusts.

GOLD COAST LAWYERS

Our Gold Coast Law Firm is located at Runaway Bay, our team of lawyers are class leaders in specialised areas of law, including Litigation, Family Law, Property Law, Commercial Law, Wills & Estates, and Employment Law. Our commercial/residential conveyancing and Wills and Estate Lawyers are also one of the most experienced and professional on the Gold Coast, successfully completing thousands of transactions each year for very satisfied clients.

Specific information regarding our Law Firm and legal practice areas are located under our ‘Professional Services‘ tab.

Ultimately, our mandate is defined as an uncompromising attention to the needs and interests of our clients, together with the provision of powerful, cost effective and strategic legal solutions. We are committed to maintaining and investing in the individuals and businesses that we represent and whom we assist in their growth and strategic direction.

Our Gold Coast Lawyers are proud members of the Queensland Law Society and are available to assist when required and 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 admin@affinitylawyers.com.au.

What our clients say...

Whether it is estate planning, commercial transactions, property law or employment law the team at Affinity Lawyers have such knowledgeable and approachable Solicitors.

Chris Jones

Exceptional service and astute solicitors –the Law Firm other Lawyers use when required.

Graeme Yelland

Lawyer

When you require a lawyer with the highest level of strategic litigation acumen, Affinity Lawyers are unrivalled.

Steven Thynne

Business Owner

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The Effects of Joint Tenants vs Tenants in Common Upon Death

A question we are often asked is what is the difference between joint tenants and tenants in common?  The difference in ownership becomes particularly important when one of the owners passes away. Joint Tenants To put it simply, joint tenants means that you own the property equally and when one owner passes away, their share…

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Fairbairn v Radecki (2022) HCA 18: Implications on how the law views de facto relationships

De facto relationships are becoming increasingly more commonplace, with marriage no longer being the stringent social norm it once was. With this shift in values comes new areas of uncertainty surrounding de facto relationships and the legal avenues available in the event they breakdown. What constitutes a breakdown of a de facto relationship? One complexity…

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The second generation: trusts and succession planning

As a result of the many advantages a discretionary trust can have,[1] including possible taxation advantages, asset protection and income splitting opportunities, the creation of a discretionary trust has become a prevalent and popular choice for individuals wishing to develop and safeguard wealth for the future generations of their family. Despite the popularity of discretionary…

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Implications for Guarantees and Unconscionable Conduct

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Buying a business?  If you are looking at buying a business or are in the process of buying a business, then there are a multitude of things you will need to consider. Not only should the typical pre-purchase due diligence enquiries be made, but some more in-depth matters (which are often glossed over or forgotten…

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How to contest an Estate in Queensland if there is no Will

How to contest an Estate in Queensland if there is no Will What happens when someone dies without a Will? When a person dies without a Will, they are said to have died ‘intestate’. When this occurs the deceased’s Estate is distributed according to legislation which, in Queensland, is governed by the Succession Act 1981…

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