North Sydney Lawyers
Etheringtons Solicitors is a legal firm based in the heart of North Sydney. We have been servicing the North Shore community for over 25 years, providing expert advice and cost-effective solutions.
We put your best interests at the core of all we do. This means ensuring you know your rights and understand your full obligations, as well as providing comprehensive and applicable advice for your situation.
What our clients say about us
I wanted to express my gratitude for your efforts, professionalism, knowledge, determination and dedication to my case.
I am grateful to the team at Etheringtons Solicitors for taking the stress out of the home buying experience and look forward to dealing with Etheringtons in the future.
Thank you very much for looking into the Contract, your explanations are very clear and organised, the way you explain everything is so easy to understand.
Thanks again for all your assistance with the purchase of my property. You definitely made it a lot easier and answered all my questions.
Thanks for your pragmatic advice and especially your desire to help.
Thanks John Pegg for the quick service, it was simple and easy.
Why Etheringtons Solicitors?
Etheringtons Solicitors of North Sydney will provide you with the right advice to enable your best outcome.
If you are involved in Litigation you need a specialist. We will provide you with expert legal advice including a clear statement of your rights and responsibilities, your prospects of success and a cost estimate. Our Commercial Litigation Accredited Specialists can assist you with any kind of Court Dispute, in areas that include debt recovery, negligence, misrepresentation and partnership agreements.
Etheringtons team of expert Family Solicitors including Accredited Specialists, will help you through a very difficult period, providing you with cost effective solutions and mediation to assist you in resolving your issue. We have over 25 years' experience in dealing with all areas of Family Law including divorce, child support agreements and division of property.
Our Defamation solicitors advise on the complexities of law surrounding defamation of character. We offer possible settlements and assistance in preparing and presenting your case, if you are or have either been defamed or are being sued.
We apply a strategic approach to Law, making the complex simple and guiding you every step of the way to ensure your expectations are met.
We are ready to listen, contact us today.
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