The Go To Court Lawyers team in Melbourne is experienced in providing affordable and reliable legal advice and representation. The Melbourne team live locally. This means that our solicitors in Melbourne can arrange to meet you at our Collins Street address or to go to you. This saves you from having to travel to an inconvenient office location. That is the Go To Court Lawyers’ difference.
The Go To Court Lawyers’ Melbourne office is located at Suite 410A, Level 3 on 480 Collins Street in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Public transport is readily accessible using the world’s largest tram network. Buses also run frequently along Collins Street.
Booking an appointment with the Go To Court Lawyers’ Melbourne team is easy. Call our Legal Hotline on 1300 636 846 or use our online booking system.
Whether you have a general question about the legal nature of your circumstance or if you require representation at short notice, our Legal Hotline is available for your call 7 am to midnight, 7 days a week on 1300 636 846. When you call our Legal Hotline, you will speak with a qualified lawyer every time. They will assess your matter and provide general advice on what you should do next, without obligation.
Go To Court’s Melbourne solicitors are here for you. Whether you require prompt advice or strong representation, we have put together a team of remarkable and experienced lawyers to meet your needs. The qualified and experienced team are able to provide you with the legal help you need in all areas of law, including the following:
Facing the prospect of criminal charges and possible conviction is stressful and can have a significant impact on your future and your family. Regardless of whether the conviction is minor, a criminal conviction can be enough to stop you from being able to travel internationally.
This is why it is essential to obtain honest and experienced advice quickly. A strong case and representation is important in securing a successful outcome in a criminal matter. The Go To Court Lawyers’ team in Melbourne is available to help you either fight the charge or obtain ideal sentencing. We are here for you.
The criminal justice system is complex and can be intimidating. Our friendly and compassionate Melbourne solicitors are here to guide you through, without judgement. The best representation and advice are available for you with respect to a range of different Victorian criminal matters.
Our Melbourne lawyers are there for you, from the time a charge is laid, obtaining bail or character references, right through to sentencing and appearing at court. Fighting harder for your rights, Go To Court Melbourne Lawyers are the solicitors you can trust.
The Go To Court Lawyers’ family law team in Melbourne understands that family breakdown is an emotional ordeal. The compassionate and understanding solicitors in Melbourne try to take the sting out of every family and divorce matter. This sensitive and common-sense approach often means that successful outcomes are more likely, which leaves our clients better off in the long-run.
All areas of family law are covered by our experienced Melbourne solicitors and include:
- Prenuptial agreements;
- Property consent orders;
- Representing clients in Magellan program cases which involve allegations of child abuse or neglect;
- Counselling clients through the family mediation process; and
- Child recovery orders.
The experienced team in Melbourne can be trusted to ensure your rights and interests are fairly considered.
Whether it is a large-scale litigation or outlining a letter of demand, no matter is too big or too small for our civil law Melbourne solicitors. You can rest easy knowing your legal rights will be strongly represented by our experienced and dedicated team of highly qualified Melbourne lawyers.
Our Melbourne solicitors are trained to guide you through the challenges faced in your civil law matter, saving you time, money and stress. In most cases, potential legal matters can be resolved with limited financial burden as they are picked up quickly.
Go To Court Lawyers’ Melbourne team have the experience and the nous to provide practical solutions to any civil law matter that they come across. Go To Court Lawyers fight harder for your rights.
Australia’s drink driving laws are some of the toughest in the world. Victoria is no exception.
A blood alcohol concentration above the allowed limit means a mandatory licence disqualification and sometimes prison. This can have significant effects on your independence, ability to work and your family.
Arranging to have a Go To Court Melbourne lawyer to provide you with accurate and honest advice is the first step. Our drink driving lawyers are passionate about what they do and understand that despite a charge, you may be innocent.
With strong representation, our Melbourne lawyers can represent you in court for drug or drink driving offences. They may even be able to secure a successful outcome which means avoiding fines and the loss of your licence.
Victoria has mandatory licence suspension for a large number of traffic offences, making it the toughest state in Australia when it comes to traffic crime. A loss of a licence, no matter how short of a period, means serious consequences for anyone.
Go To Court’s Melbourne team understands this and fights harder for your right to independence and a livelihood. The Melbourne team are experienced and have a track record of success, saving our client’s tens of thousands.
Licence restoration orders are one such growing area of traffic law for our Melbourne team. Our solicitors fight for your right to be on the road and being independent. You are not alone.
Antisocial driving behaviour and dangerous driving are covered by Victoria’s strict hoon laws. These offences come with vehicle impoundment for up to 30 days. Our Melbourne lawyers are there to assess your case and help you with any defences you may have for the best possible outcome – keeping you on the road.
Your case may involve a partner or parent visa, or you could be seeking a work visa. Whatever situation, Go To Court’s immigration solicitors is there to guide you through to a successful visa outcome.
All non-citizens are subject to a character check. If you have or suspect you may have a criminal record, this could affect your chances of a visa grant. Our Melbourne migration lawyers can determine the best course of action. From there, you can focus on building your life in Australia.
The migration process can be complicated and stressful. We understand this and our Melbourne team are here for you. Our Melbourne lawyers are experienced to guide you through your situation, no matter how complex. The friendly Go To Court Lawyers team in Melbourne is there to help you achieve your Australian dream.
Information about the Courthouses in Melbourne
The Supreme Court of Victoria is at 210 William Street Melbourne City and has the opening hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. This stunning piece of colonial architecture was designed by Arthur Ebdon and Alfred Smith in 1873. Read More
Melbourne Magistrates Court is at 233 William Street, Melbourne and has the operating hours of 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. The Courthouse is easily accessible via public transport and is only a short walk from the famous Burke Street Mall. Read More
The County Court of Victoria is at 250 William Street, right in the heart of the Melbourne Central Business District. The Courthouse has the operating hours of 9:00 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday. Read More
The Owen Dixon Commonwealth Law Courts building is located at 305 William Street, Melbourne. These courts are easily located and they can be found on the corner of La Trobe and William streets, directly above the Flagstaff railway station. Read More
Legal articles our Melbourne clients found helpful:
Driving Unlicensed in Vic – If you drive without a valid licence, you could be fined, be prohibited from applying for a licence for a period of time, and/or ordered to serve a term of imprisonment. If you have been involved in such an offence it is important to get legal advice to ensure the best possible outcome. Our Melbourne lawyers are available via 1300 636 846 should you need assistance.
Property Settlement – Before you make an application to the Court you must provide each other with full financial disclosure and make reasonable attempts to resolve your matter. This article explains what is involved in property settlement in the event of a divorce or separation. In order to ensure this process runs smoothly, our Melbourne lawyers are available for advice and legal assistance.
Residential Tenancies in Vic – A residential tenancy exists when a lessor (a landlord) and a lessee (tenant) enter into an agreement to lease premises in which the tenant will reside for a period of time. Many disputes can arise through tenancy disagreements. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, if you are having legal issues, getting professional legal advice is the best way to ensure a favourable outcome. This article provides you with the basics behind residential tenancies but, our Melbourne lawyers can explain this further to you and help you get the best possible outcome.