OUR CLIENT CHARTER
At Murdoch Lawyers, our intent is to provide premium legal services within a timeframe that is acceptable to you and at a price which you feel delivers good value.
At Murdoch Lawyers in Toowoomba we demonstrate a client based approach which means our primary goal is to find out what is important to you, not just provide you with expert advice.
Our Lawyers Toowoomba has looked to set itself apart from a typical general practice law firm.
Most of our sections are lead by an accredited specialist in their particular area of law or people who have substantial experience.
Our view is that by specialising and adopting a commercial and practical approach to client’s issues we are able to deliver the best legal advice to our clients, quicker than our competitors.
As part of this, we also see that properly understanding our client’s issues and needs is critical to delivering good value in our legal offering.
Our primary obligation is then to find out what your concerns are and look to achieve a cost-effective result.
Tom McVeigh: Recognised by Doyles Guide as a Queensland Wills, Estates & Succession Planning Lawyer, 2018-2023.
Leanne Matthewson: Recognised by Doyles Guide as a Queensland Wills, Estates & Succession Planning Lawyer, 2018-2023.
Andrew Crooke: Recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a Family Lawyer, Mediator, Complex & High Value Lawyer and Parenting Lawyer, 2015-2023.
Tony Randall: Recognised by Doyles Guide as a Queensland Agribusiness Lawyer, 2017-2023.
Yolanda Battisson: Recognised by Doyles Guide as a Recommended Family Lawyer in Toowoomba & Western Queensland, 2021-2023
Our Brisbane and Toowoomba Lawyers provide service in different areas of law:
At Murdoch Lawyers, we work seamlessly together as one law firm to serve our clients where they need us. With offices in Brisbane and Toowoomba, we make our collective knowledge, experience, and network available to our clients.
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