Margaret River Lawyers | Expert Solicitors
Our Lawyers service the Margaret River Magistrates Court and provide expert advice and strong representation in all Western Australian legal cases as well as in surrounding areas. We specialise in:
- Criminal Law;
- Drink Driving;
- Traffic Law.
Call now for a no-obligation, confidential chat with one of our expert lawyers.
Margaret River Magistrates Court
Margaret River Magistrates Court operating hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. The Courthouse is located right next to the Margaret River Police Station and on the corner of Le Souef Street and Willmott Avenue.
Located 3 hours south of Perth, Margaret River is a vibrant country town with a population of over 14,000 people. The humid mediterranean climate is one of the reasons, Margaret River has become the Wine Region of Western Australia. The first grape vines were planted in 1967 and this region now has 138 wineries.
For expert advice and strong representation call Go To Court Lawyers Margaret River on 1300 636 846.
Go To Court Lawyers can guide you through the family law process, providing you with expert advice, and helping you put your matter behind you with as little fuss as possible. While our family lawyers are experienced in appearing before both the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court, they work hard to resolve your issues early and without the need for litigation.
We will support you through preliminary processes such as mediation or negotiation, and through the entire court process if necessary, to make sure you get the best outcome possible.
If you are facing a family law problem, let Go To Court Lawyers help. We can assist you with any family law matter, such as:
- divorce and separation;
- arrangements for access to children;
- de facto relationships;
- property settlement;
- domestic violence;
- prenuptial agreements;
- child support;
- all other areas of family law.
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In the event that you lose your licence, we may also be able to assist you to obtain a special or extraordinary licence so that you can maintain your employment.
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Immigration law in Australia is a complicated area which changes frequently. The rules and regulations that applied yesterday may not be the same today. If your visa application has been rejected, or you are having issues with obtaining a visa such as a partner or 457 working visa, you should seek advice from an expert immigration lawyer as soon as you can. Serious penalties apply for breaches of immigration law so it is important you make sure you comply.