Coulter Roache is a leading Law firm with a personalised approach to each client. We work to reduce pressure and confusion by providing comprehensive legal advice.
Coulter Roache can assist with:
- Corporate & Commercial
- Estate Administration
- Family & Relationship Law
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Property & Development
- Wills & Succession Planning
- Workplace Relations
Please contact us for an appointment at our Melbourne office.
Our locally focused services include
Corporate & Commercial
Our team of commercial lawyers advise large corporate clients, small to medium businesses and individuals across a number of sectors including retail, manufacturing, health and professional services.
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Our specialist team brings together litigation & 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.
Property & Development
We have experience in advising clients in a broad range of complex transactions, from adverse possession claims through to acquisition of real property by self-managed superannuation funds.
Wills & Succession Planning
You’ve worked hard to build and protect your assets. Safeguarding them for the people you care about is fundamental to creating the future.
Our team is experienced in dealing with families during their time of loss and are sensitive to estate administration needs when a loved one has passed away. We provide expert, tailored and timely assistance in estate administration.
Family & Relationship Law
Taking a professional and empathetic approach to your family law matter and providing comprehensive legal advice, we work with you to resolve your matter.
Coulter Roache’s Conveyancing team provides a comprehensive legal service for buying, selling and developing property, and dealing with interests affecting property.
Ready to take the next step?
Speak to our friendly team in our Melbourne office on how we can help you.
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