We recommend booking a one hour conference with your Liverpool lawyer before going to court. You will get expert advice on what you should do, the likely outcome and any preparation you need to do beforehand. You will also get a fixed quote on the cost for you to be represented in Liverpool Local Court on the day.
We appear in all Liverpool courts and surrounding areas, and specialise in the following types of law:
Our Liverpool lawyers are local to the area. This local knowledge means they understand the ins and outs of the legal system in Liverpool and surrounding areas. Having local Liverpool lawyers also means we can get you an expert lawyer quickly, even if it’s at short notice.
Address: 204/161 Bigge St, Liverpool NSW 2170
LIVERPOOL LOCAL COURT
The Liverpool Local Court has the operating hours of 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday. The Liverpool Local Court is at 150 George St, Liverpool. If you are using public transport, the Liverpool Train Station is 600 metres from the Liverpool Court and buses to the Courthouse run every 30 min.
If you are driving, the nearest intersection is George and Elizabeth Streets, there is plenty of parking in the Westfield shopping centre. Founded in 1810, Liverpool is a vibrant multicultural city 40km west of Sydney and has a population of 200,000 people.
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Enforcing a Judgment in NSW – This article explains the processes involved with enforcing a judgment. If a judgment creditor has a judgment ordering a judgment debtor to return goods or pay money and the debtor doesn’t do so, the creditor has 12 years from the date of the judgment to enforce the judgment.
Relationship separation – Initially, separation can be confusing and complex. It is hard to know where to begin and what needs to be done. Understanding the process goes a long way to helping to protect yourself an your family from a potentially messy legal process.
A conviction for a criminal offence can have significant consequences for you and for your family. Even conviction for a minor offence can seriously impact on your career and limit your employment opportunities. It can also preclude you from travelling outside of Australia.
It is important, then, that you understand precisely what you are facing and what rights you hold before you discuss anything about your case with police and before you are required to present at court.
Obtaining strong legal advice early maximises the likelihood of a good outcome. Your lawyer can help you to decide whether you want to plead guilty to the charge or whether you wish to fight it. They can help you through the complex and often formidable processes of the criminal justice system. It may be possible for our expert lawyers to have the charges you are facing dropped or reduced to something less serious.
Whether you are under investigation in relation to a suspected offence or have been charged, your request for bail has been refused, or maybe you want to appeal a prior conviction, we are there for you.
Home to some of Australia’s best Accredited Criminal Law Specialists, Go To Court Lawyers offers you access to some of NSW’s best Criminal defence lawyers. Well versed in local, state and federal law, our Criminal lawyers appear in all NSW courts for all criminal law matters. They are personable and friendly and work hard to provide a strong defence for, you – our client.
Dealing with family issues such as separation, child custody or divorce can be very difficult emotionally and financially. They can turn your world upside down making it hard to get through the work day or function normally in your private life. Getting the right advice early can help you get on top of it before it becomes unmanageable.
Go To Court Lawyers Liverpool can guide you through the family law process, providing you with expert advice, and helping you put your matter behind you with as little fuss as possible. While our family lawyers are experienced in appearing before both the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court, they work hard to resolve your issues early and without the need for litigation.
We will support you through preliminary processes such as mediation or negotiation, and through the entire court process if necessary, to make sure you get the best outcome possible.
If you are facing a family law problem, let Go To Court Lawyers help. We can assist you with any family law matter, such as:
Civil law covers a vast array of legal matters, from recovery of an outstanding debt, to problems with employment such as workplace bullying or discrimination, wills and estates, bankruptcy, commercial disputes and litigation, and commercial and residential leasing.
Dealing with any civil law matter can be stressful and the legal processes involved difficult to navigate. Different rules apply to the different courts and tribunals, and it can be difficult to know where to start. Sometimes the best outcome is one that avoids the courts altogether and comes about through skilled mediation or dispute resolution. Strong legal advice, preferably obtained early in the process, lets you know exactly where you stand so that you can make a sound decision as to how to proceed.
Go To Court Lawyers Liverpool offers expert assistance in all areas of civil law and can easily guide you through the process and help you to get the best possible result. With experience in every court and tribunal in the area, and high-level negotiation and advocacy skills, our lawyers can be there for you every step of the way.
If you need a civil law matter resolved, no matter what the issue, our lawyers can help.
If you are looking at temporary or permanent residence in Australia, it is essential to obtain legal advice from an experienced migration lawyer. Australian migration law is constantly being updated, with amendments passing Australia’s Parliament every month. It can be hard to keep track with what level of English you require, how to obtain a skills assessment, and what the sponsorship obligations are when employing an overseas worker. Go To Court’s lawyers are experienced in handling migration matters. From visa applications to appeals, your migration status is in safe hands.
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