Katoomba Lawyers: Expert New South Wales Solicitors
Go To Court Lawyers are in Katoomba. If you have a court case coming up in Katoomba, or need some comprehensive legal advice, our lawyers are ready to help. Our experienced team is located at 89 Lurline Street, Katoomba.
Go To Court’s Katoomba lawyers are available for appointments in person, via telephone and videoconference. Request an appointment with Go To Court Lawyers Katoomba with our online booking tool, or call our Legal Hotline on 1800 636 846.
Our Legal Hotline is open 7 am to midnight, 7 days a week. Call us for a confidential, no-obligation discussion about your legal matter.
Go To Court Lawyers covers all types of legal cases. We also appear in all Katoomba courts and surrounding areas. We have affordable specialists who work in the following areas:
Our lawyers will provide you with timely advice from when charges are laid, to representation, to bail applications and sentencing.
We can help you to decide whether you should plead guilty or defend yourself against a charge. Go To Court Lawyers may be able to have your charges dropped, or reduced to something less serious.
Our Katoomba lawyers also provide advice in relation to police searches and assistance in parole applications. Your Go To Court Lawyer will handle every step of the process and fight for your defence.
Our lawyers aim to resolve your legal issues early through mediation or negotiation. However, if litigation is necessary, our lawyers are experienced in appearing before the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court.
Go To Court Lawyers in Katoomba are here to assist you with legal matters in the following areas: de-facto relationships, civil unions separation, prenuptial agreements divorce, spousal maintenance, property settlement, child support, and arranging for access to children. We can also assist with matters such as obtaining consent orders and enforce property orders in the Family Court on your behalf.
Our lawyers specialise in the following areas: debt recovery, workplace bullying and discrimination, and wills and estates (including probate). They also specialise in alternative dispute resolution, commercial disputes and leasing, and residential leasing.
If you need a civil law matter resolved, no matter what the issue, our lawyers can help.
Repeat offenders may face imprisonment, so it is vital that you seek advice from one of our experienced solicitors. Our lawyers will also advocate for drivers’ education as part of your sentence, to minimise any other penalties. Such an outcome can help you to avoid committing another similar offence.
Our Katoomba lawyers will guide you through each step of defending your drink or drug driving charge.
Some examples of the offences our lawyers deal with include hooning, driving without a licence or whilst suspended, and failing to stop for police. These offences carry hefty fines and can result in the loss of your licence. You should get expert advice early in the process so you know how to best approach the matter.
Our lawyers will let you know whether you have a viable defence. If no defence is available, we will advocate for the lowest penalty possible in your circumstances. In the event that you lose your licence, we may be able to assist you in restoring your licence.
Our Katoomba lawyers can advise on all types of visas, including work, partner, refugee and student visas. Go To Court will help you navigate the legal process so you avoid breaching any immigration laws and incurring any penalties.
Our lawyers can also assist you with complex migration issues. Some examples include visa cancellations, applying for a review to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, judicial review and ministerial review.
Our lawyers can assist you with matters in the following areas:
- Vehicle and car accidents;
- Workers compensation;
- Public and product liability; and
- Insurance and superannuation claims.
Our personal injuries team in Katoomba will walk you through each step, providing you with understanding, compassion and strong representation.
If you would like to know more, please call our Legal Hotline on 1300 636 846 for an obligation-free assessment of your particular situation.