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Beerwah Law

Beerwah Law

15/21 Peachester Road
Beerwah 4519

Opening Hours
Mo-Fr: 9:00am-5:00pm
Sa-Su: Closed

Do you need some legal advice and looking for a professional who truly cares?

Locally owned and operated, at Beerwah Law, we will take care of everything for you. With many years of industry experience and a well-established law firm here on the Sunshine Coast, we assist our clients to resolves their issues by providing comprehensive, timely and useful legal advice. Committed to achieving successful outcomes for our clients, we take pride in what we do, and clearly and carefully communicate throughout the whole process, so you remain informed and in control.

“I have had extensive experience of Beerwah Law’s services as they handled my Father’s somewhat complicated estate and my personal estate planning – their Directors and staff acted with efficiency and professionalism at all times and the matters were resolved with unexpected smoothness. They also brought a real sense of compassion to their work. They made a difficult task so much less difficult.” - Andrew

We offer our clients a range of services which include:

  • Conveyancing (residential, rural and commercial)
  • Wills, Power of Attorney, Advance Health Directives
  • Estates
  • Family Law
  • Business and Commercial Law including Franchising and Leasing

Our practice brings a practical, empathetic and straightforward approach, and our team maintain a down-to-earth attitude, so that you always know you are in good hands and are being treated with respect, while also receiving the very best advice. We believe that obtaining sound legal advice should not cost the earth, and that is why we keep our rates affordable, so that you don’t have stress about unreasonable costs.

To book an appointment or to find out more, please get in touch with us today.

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"Glass House Mountains" photo by David Molloy