Hobart Civil Lawyers | Civil Dispute Solicitors
GTC Civil Lawyers Hobart | Civil Litigation Services
Experienced. Effective. Affordable. All Hobart Courts.
If you have a civil law case it’s vital that you have professional representation. It’s your future – don’t leave the outcome to chance…
Self-Representation in Civil Law Cases
Our expert Hobart lawyers will meet you to go over the particulars of your case and advise you on the best way forward. If you case is going to court they will recommend your best strategy and provide you with experienced, effective and affordable representation. The law for civil cases is complex – and there is no substitute for expert advice.
Civil Dispute Lawyers Hobart
Why Do People Choose Our Hobart Civil Lawyers?
- You are guaranteed a highly experienced professional in your case.
- Affordable services without sacrificing quality reliable representation.
- Professional advice before you go to court.
- All Go To Court lawyers are carefully selected based on their experience and performance.
- There are no hidden costs.
- You get the right lawyer right now—without wasting time searching to find the right legal representative.
Civil Disputes Hobart
- Administrative Review in Tasmania
- Debt Recovery in Tasmania
- Defamation in Tasmania
- Enforcing a Judgment in Tasmania
Employment Lawyers Hobart
- Age Discrimination (Tas)
- Consumer Claims Tasmania
- Disability Discrimination Tasmania
- Employment Law (Tas)
- Race Discrimination (Tas)
- Registration To Work With Vulnerable People (Tas)
- Restraint of Trade Law in Tasmania
- Sex Discrimination (Tas)
- Unfair Dismissal in Tasmania
- Workplace Bullying in Tasmania
- Workplace Discrimination in Tasmania
Residential Leasing Disputes Hobart
Commercial Leasing Disputes Hobart
Commercial Dispute Lawyers Hobart
Will Dispute Lawyers
- Challenging a Will in Tasmania
- Deceased Estate Administration Tasmania
- Dying Intestate Tasmania
- Executors (Tas)
- Grant of Probate In Tasmania
- Grounds For Contesting A Will Tasmania
- Making a Valid Will (Tas)
- Sexual Harassment (Tas)
- Updating a Will in Tasmania
- What To Do When Someone Dies in Tasmania
- Who Can Contest A Will In Tasmania?
We recommend booking a 1 hour conference with your local 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 your local Court on the day.
Request an appointment with our Hobart lawyers or call us on (07) 3151 7597 to get legal help in civil, criminal, traffic, drink driving, family law, immigration or compensation law, at a time and in a form that suits you.
The Tasmanian judicial system consists of the Magistrates Court and Children’s Court, the Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCA).
The Hobart Magistrates Court is located at 23-25 Liverpool Street, Hobart. It deals with summary criminal and traffic matters and civil matters.
The Hobart Children’s Court is located at 23-25 Liverpool Street Hobart. It deals with criminal matters where the defendant is under 18 and with care and protection of children matters.
The Hobart Supreme Court is located at 5 Salamanca Place, Hobart. It deals with indictable criminal matters and civil matters.
Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia
The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia (FCFCA) is located at 39-41 Davey Steet, Hobart. It deals with federal law matters including family law, migration, bankruptcy, human rights and industrial law.
Free Legal Resources
- Acts of God: Tort Law
- Civil Liability of Children
- Client Legal Privilege
- Contributory Negligence
- Debt Recovery
- Injurious Falsehood in Australia
Civil Law Resources
- Changes To The Privacy Act: How Your Business Could Be Affected 22 Feb 2018
- Australia’s Modern Slavery Act
- Copyright Act
- Digital Piracy
- Privacy Act Obligations to Protect Clients’ Personal Information
- Privacy Law in Australia
- Trademark Law Australia
Civil law FAQS
- Can you Photograph Someone without Permission?
- What Is An Injunction Order?
- What Are Torts?
- What is Estoppel?
- What Does “Balance of Probabilities” mean?
- What Is An Executor De Son Tort?
- What Is A Grant of Probate?
- What Is Testamentary Capacity?
- What Can I Do If I Have Been Disinherited From A Will?
- What If The Executor Has Lost Capacity?
- What If The Executor Is Dead or Missing?
- What if the Executor is Under 18?
- What If You Can’t Find The Will?
- Who Can Be An Executor?
- Who Has Final say On Funeral Arrangements?
- What Is A Preferential Payment?
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