WE DELIVER LAW DIFFERENTLY!
Our consultancy is different to a legal firm.
We take a personal interest in our clients and will fight for their cause and against wrongful treatment. We also pride ourselves on our ability to relate to our clients by taking the time to explain proposed solutions IN PLAIN ENGLISH.
We have several lawyers and barristers at our disposal, should the need arise. We will assist you in finding a professional that you can trust and who is suitable for your case.
The types of work that they and we have been involved in
Retrieving money for people who have been scammed.
Provided inhouse consultancy services for a Melbourne builder.
Collection of overdue debts which the business just did not have time to do.
Mediation in numerous cases; being Banks, Financial Institutions, Civil Administrative Tribunal and private negotiations. Approx. 90% of cases do not reach court if the mediation is conducted properly.
Running Australian High Court challenges
Successfully challenging unfair treatment by the Banks; particularly for farmers
Establishing international companies and financial institutions in foreign jurisdictions
Assisting New Zealand Maori tribes with sovereignty issues
Assisting an Aboriginal tribe in their international fight for sovereignty
If you are seeking a second opinion on your legal case, we are happy to assist. Just as it is difficult to find a doctor that you feel comfortable with, the same can apply to lawyers.
There are some things that many of us can agree on.
Many people are unhappy with the judicial system in Australia.
Many people feel that they do not receive justice.
Many people feel frustrated with “the system” and just don’t know where to begin.
Many people just do not have the funds required to hire a solicitor. A recent client wanted to hire a barrister to assist him with his VCAT case for two days. He requested $30,000!! The client changed their mind and hired us to do the job.
It is an unfortunate fact is that the litigant with the greatest financial backing often wins; not necessarily because they have a better case. The other party walks away as they cannot continue the fight from a financial point of view. We have a saying here: “Justice is what you get when your money runs out”. Sad – but true.