Welcome to Porta Lawyers
Personal & Business Legal Services In North Brisbane
KM from Brisbane CBD
Porta Lawyers was established on 1 July 2000 in the Brisbane Northside suburb of Geebung / Virginia. Our aim is to provide legal services with city expertise, which is cost effective and convenient to our clients. Porta Lawyers consists of a talented law team who are dedicated to providing clients with quality legal advice and excellent representation. Our lawyers are highly experienced in representing people across all Courts and jurisdictions – Australia wide.
Porta Lawyers are committed to supporting all clients throughout their matters and into the future.
Why Choose Us
What Makes Us Different
Our firm provides legal services for the specific needs of business. Our business services include, incorporation and formation of companies, Business Conveyancing, Leasing, Commercial Litigation, Employment Law and Business Succession Planning.
The convenient location of our modern office saves clients time and cost of travel when they are required to attend to signing of documents or meetings with their lawyer.
Our offices are modern and professional but our running costs are considerably lower than those of a city office. We are able to pass on these cost savings to our clients as a result.
It is a firm policy of Porta Lawyers that staff should be accessible to clients and available to attend at the business premises of all clients. It is also our policy to return every phone call on the same business day on which it is received.
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