Business & Commercial Law
At Bambrick Legal, we love helping businesses grow and achieve their commercial objectives. Our commercial lawyers offer a wide range of legal services to businesses of all sizes, whether you are a start-up or a large corporation. Our tailored advice is not only cost effective, but specific to your business needs.
We consider ourselves to be long-term partners with our clients. Our aim is to build lasting relationships with each and every business we deal with. Our experienced legal team can handle all aspects of Commercial Law from simple commercial issues to complex litigation. We’re always approachable and take your business as seriously as you do.
Some of our Commercial Law services are:
- Preparing and advising on contracts and commercial agreements
- New and start-up business structuring advice
- Commercial advice
- Commercial disputes
- Commercial transactions
- Consumer matters
- Debt recovery and insolvency
- Business succession planning
Call (08) 8362 5269 or fill in our contact form and book your appointment today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How can a lawyer help me?
Lawyers assist clients with legal issues all day, every day. They are accustomed to asking questions to clearly understand your particular problem. They then use their training and experience dealing with similar cases to succinctly recommend a course of action for you to consider.
Will I need to go to Court?
We advise and endeavor to deal with matters to alleviate the need to go to court. Lengthy delays in matters being listed for a court hearing together with attendance at court adds to the expense of having a dispute resolved.
How long will my case take?
The time required to prepare for and manage a particular matter will depend on how complex it is. We will provide an estimate of the anticipated time required to manage your case during the initial briefing meeting.
What will using a lawyer cost me?
At Bambrick Legal we are at all times driven by the need to be cost-effective and efficient in our services to clients. We will provide an estimate of our costs before you retain us, but only after we properly understand your matter and have considered your objectives and instructions.