Services

BARRISTER:

 

When you are going to court it is wise to have a specialist represent you, the appropriate specialist is a Barrister.

Barristers are trained legal practitioners who may or may not have previously worked as solicitors. They undergo extra training in the rules of evidence and specialise in presenting cases in court. They can appear in a wide range of courts including the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, the High Court and a range of specialist Courts depending on their areas of interest.

 

 

 

SOLICITOR:

 

Solicitors are legally trained practitioners who have direct contact with clients and can appear in all courts such as the Local Court, Children’s Court, Family Court and a number of Tribunals.

Solicitors regularly do transactional work such as preparing contracts, wills, conveyancing and a wide range of other work. Solicitors regularly engage Barristers to do specialised court work for their clients.

 

 

PRACTICE AREAS

 

PETER DOYLE:

Including but not limited to –

  • Criminal Law

  • Family Provisions

  • Equity

  • Contract

  • Wrongful Arrests/ False Imprisonment 

  • Traffic Matters

  • Licence Appeals

  • Children’s Law

  • Coronial Law and

  • Administrative Tribunals

 

 

GIANNA DOYLE:

Including but not limited to –

  • Conveyancing

  • Criminal Law

  • Family law

  • Family Provisions

  • Equity

  • Contract

  • Wrongful Arrests/False Imprisonment

  • Licence Appeals and

  • Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship