What Is A Solicitor?
But what exactly is a Solicitor? Solicitors are those practitioners who maintain offices to which the public can go for legal advice on whole range of matters. They are usually the general practitioners of the law, undertaking work such as:
- Drafting Wills
- Administration of Estates
- Giving Legal Advice to Clients
- Usually Acting as an Intermediary between Client and Barrister
- Undertaking Court Appearances for Client’s especially Magistrate’s Courts
Our Legal Advisors are the best in their profession, and possess all the legal documents and qualifications needed to practice within Western Australia. Getting into contact with one of our Qualified Lawyers is the same as seeing one in person, without the hassle of leaving the comfort of your own home.
Because there is a legal separation in jurisdiction(some courts have no power over other jurisdictions) (or a tendency towards the de facto separation), you may in fact go to a solicitor first even though a court or tribunal appearance is necessary, in search of advice of how the court and its jurisdiction applies to you. It is here that we can help you, by providing the necessary information needed.