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GTC Lawyers Melbourne
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 Bourke Street address or multiple other meeting spots around the Melbourne CBD.
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We specialise in the following areas:
- Traffic Accident Lawyers
- Divorce Lawyers / Family Lawyers
- Criminal Lawyers
- Civil Lawyers
- DUI Lawyers
- Immigration Lawyers
- Compensation Lawyers
Experienced lawyers in Melbourne
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 (03) 9037 3192. When you call our Legal Hotline, you will speak directly with a lawyer every time. They will assess your matter and provide general advice on what you should do next, without obligation.
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.
Go To Court’s Melbourne solicitors are here for you. Whether you require prompt advice or confident 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.
The Go To Court Lawyers’ Melbourne office is located at Level 13, 575 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
You can call us on our legal advice hotline from 7:00am to midnight, any day of the week. You will talk directly with a lawyer who will assess your case and advise you on the best way forward. They can also arrange representation, even at short notice, with a lawyer matched to you.
Free Legal Resources
- 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 (03) 9037 3192 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.