Coulter Roache is a leading law firm based in Geelong providing a broad range of legal services with an expert team of lawyers.
Supporting the Geelong community for over 80 years
From our regional heart in Geelong, our lawyers service national partnerships with both business and private clients. Our team of nearly 70 professionals provide insightful expertise across corporate and commercial law; litigation and dispute resolution; workplace relations; property development; commercial and residential conveyancing; family law; and wills, estates and succession planning.
Our lawyers work from five locations to give you greater access and responsive advice when and where you need it, and focus on building strong, enduring partnerships with our clients so they always feel in control.
Our team of commercial lawyers advises large corporate clients, small to medium businesses and individuals across a number of sectors including retail, manufacturing, health and professional services.
Our specialist team brings together litigation lawyers and dispute lawyers with track records of representing clients in courts and specialist tribunals at all levels in both State and Federal jurisdictions.
From your long-term desire to provide a safe and fair workplace, to your immediate need to resolve a dispute, our expert team of workplace relations lawyers provide the expertise you need.
Coulter Roache’s Conveyancing Division provides a comprehensive legal service for buying, selling and developing property, and dealing with interests affecting property.
Taking a professional and empathetic approach to your family law matter and providing comprehensive legal advice, we work with you to resolve your matter.
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