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Go To Court Lawyers Sydney can attend to your court case and give you great legal advice. The friendly and experienced team will give you thorough and practical legal advice when you need it most.
If you need an assessment of a legal situation or a more general question about the law itself, our free Legal Hotline is available to call on (02) 7903 2898 from 7 am to midnight, 7 days per week. You are guaranteed to speak with a lawyer who can help you navigate Australia’s complex legal system, with no obligation.
Go To Court’s experienced and passionate team is located at Level 8, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney NSW 2000. Our Sydney office is close to public transport.
Our Sydney lawyers appear in all Sydney courts and surrounding suburbs.
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We appear in all Sydney courts and surrounding areas, and specialise in the following types of law:
- criminal lawyers;
- divorce lawyers;
- traffic accident lawyers;
- drink driving lawyers; and
- civil dispute lawyers.
NSW Legal Hotline open 7am to midnight, 7 days on 1300 636 846. Speak to the experts today!
If you need some great legal advice or are in a hurry to get a lawyer to attend court, we have put together Sydney’s best and friendliest team of solicitors to help you.
The Sydney team of lawyers live locally. This means that if you need a good lawyer quickly, we are able to provide that for you. In some instances, our Sydney lawyers are also able to arrange to go to you, rather than having you always travel to our office.
Go To Court’s Sydney team of solicitors provide expert and specialised advice in the following areas of law:
We recommend booking a one hour conference with your Sydney 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 Sydney Local Court on the day.
Located on the corner of Elizabeth and Liverpool Streets, the Downing Centre Local Court in Sydney is situated on Level 4 of the Downing Centre Building at 143 Liverpool Street Sydney. The court deals with criminal and general Local Court cases only.
The Sydney CBD District Court is situated on Level 4 of the John Maddison Tower at 86 Goulburn Street Sydney, between the intersections with Castlereagh and Elizabeth Streets. The civil registry in the Sydney CBD District Court operates Monday to Friday from 8:30am until 4:00pm.
The Sydney Supreme Court is located in the heart of Sydney’s legal precinct in the Law Courts building. It shares the building with branch registries of both the Federal Court and High Court of Australia. The Court is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.
Both the Sydney Federal Circuit Court and the Sydney Family Court are located at 97-99 Goulburn St in the heart of the city. They are housed in the Lionel Bowen Building, named after the former Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Labor Party stalwart. The Courthouse is less than a kilometre from the Pitt St mall, home to some of Sydney’s most prestigious shopping labels.
Legal articles our Sydney clients have found helpful:
Spousal Maintenance – If you have separated or divorced from a spouse or partner who was financially supporting you during your relationship, then you may be entitled to apply to have that financial support continue after separation by way of spousal maintenance. If you need help with any of the topics covered in this article our Sydney lawyers are available via the legal hotline to assist you.
Dismissal of Charges NSW – There are three such options regarding dismissal of charges under section 10 of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999. This article outlines how and when you can have your charges dismissed. Our Sydney lawyers understand how section 10 may apply to your circumstances so, if you have any concerns relating to this topic, contact them.
Drug Testing NSW – The oral fluid test won’t detect the presence of prescription drugs, including those medicines containing amphetamine–like substances, such as cold and flu tablets. The test will detect cannabis for several hours after use, though the exact time is dependent on the amount and strength of the cannabis taken. Our Sydney lawyers understand the importance of protecting your rights so, if the topics raised here concern you, contact them.