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Wollongong City Lawyers provides advice to individuals, government departments and non-government organisations in relation to decision making. We can assist with matters in NCAT.
Our business and commercial lawyers have experience assisting clients with a wide range of matters. We can help with contracts, leases, shareholder agreements, loan agreements, franchise agreements and partnership disputes.
In addition to providing legal services, our lawyers are also qualified to conduct workplace investigations. We also provide training packages for businesses.
We offer fixed fee services.
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Racheal Garra is the owner and director of Wollongong City Lawyers.
Our firm has been providing legal services to the Wollongong community since 2014.
We are committed to our clients. We have the experience to handle any legal matter – from the purchase of your first home to the most sensitive and challenging personal issues you may face.
We provide premium legal advice at an affordable price. We have competitive fixed fee quotes for our work and we don’t compromise on quality.
Our lawyers are down to earth and approachable. We will always pick up the phone when you call and we will respond with sensitivity and understanding.
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