Go To Court Lawyers Newcastle | Expert Solicitors
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We appear in all Newcastle courts and surrounding areas, and specialise in the following types of law:
Our Newcastle lawyers are local to the area. This means we can provide you with an expert lawyer at very short notice. Click Here to request an appointment with Go To Court Lawyers Newcastle or call us on 1300 636 846 to get the help from one of our experienced lawyers.
Information about the Courthouses in Newcastle
Newcastle Local Court
The Newcastle Local Court is located at 343 Hunter Street, Newcastle and has the operating hours of 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. Located 165 Km north of Sydney, Newcastle is Australia’s 7th largest city and has a population of 310,000 people. Newcastle is known for its beautiful beaches and mining history. Read more
Broadmeadow Children’s Court
The Broadmeadow Children’s Court is at 19-23 Lambton Road, Broadmeadow and has the operating hours of 9:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday. Broadmeadow is a commercial and residential suburb of Newcastle with a population of 2,000 people. Read more
Legal Articles our Newcastle clients have found helpful
Residential Tenancies in NSW – The majority of residential tenancies in NSW are subject to the terms of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010, which sets out (together with the common law) the rights and obligations of both landlords and tenants in relation to their tenancy arrangements.
Stealing offences in NSW – Stealing, and similar offences, are governed by Part 4 the Crimes Act 1900. Depending on the nature of the offence and the value of the property stolen, it can be dealt with as a summary, or indictable, offence.
Divorce in Australia – To apply for divorce in Australia, separation must have occurred at least 12 months ago. It is also a requirement that one of the parties must regard Australia as their home and be living in Australia or they are an Australian citizen.