Mendis & Gibson Lawyers Pty Ltd

Suite 2, Level 1, 330 Keilor Road

Niddrie Vic 3042

Phone: 03 9379 1839

Fax: 03 9379 1850

Email:

Region: North-Western Suburbs

Areas of law

  • Administrative & Constitutional Law
    • AAT Appearances
    • Administrative & Constitutional Law - General
    • Immigration Law
    • VCAT Appearances
  • Commercial, Business & Corporate Law
    • Bankruptcy & Insolvency (Corporate)
    • Bankruptcy & Insolvency (Individual)
    • Commercial Contracts
    • Company: Formation, Takeovers & Mergers
    • Franchises & License
    • Insurance (for disputes see Dispute Resolution)
  • Criminal Law
    • Assault
    • Bail Applications
    • Drugs & Alcohol Offences
    • Fraud & Deception (including Social Security, Medicare)
    • Intervention Orders (Including Breaching)
    • Rape & Sexual assault
    • Traffic Offences
  • Dispute Resolution
    • Property Disputes
    • Trade Practices Litigation
  • Employment & Workplace Relations
    • Termination of Employment
  • Family & Relationships
    • Divorce
    • Domestic Relationships (Financial Agreements)
    • Property Settlements & Maintenance (Child/Spouse)
  • Human Rights
    • Migration & Refugee
  • Personal Injury
    • Medical Negligence
    • Professional Negligence
    • Workplace Injury & Workers Compensation
  • Taxation Law
    • Federal Taxation
  • Wills, Probate & Estates
    • Power of Attorney
    • Probate & Administration
    • Trusts (Including Family Trusts)
    • Wills - contesting
    • Wills - drafting
    • Wills, Probate & Estates - General

Languages

  • English
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • German
  • Singhalese
  • Punjabi
  • Fijian

This Law firm has been tagged for Niddrie North-Western Suburbs English Italian Spanish German Singhalese Punjabi Fijian Administrative & Constitutional Law AAT Appearances Administrative & Constitutional Law - General Immigration Law VCAT Appearances Commercial, Business & Corporate Law Bankruptcy & Insolvency (Corporate) Bankruptcy & Insolvency (Individual) Commercial Contracts Company: Formation, Takeovers & Mergers Franchises & License Insurance (for disputes see Dispute Resolution) Criminal Law Assault Bail Applications Drugs & Alcohol Offences Fraud & Deception (including Social Security, Medicare) Intervention Orders (Including Breaching) Rape & Sexual assault Traffic Offences Dispute Resolution Property Disputes Trade Practices Litigation Employment & Workplace Relations Termination of Employment Family & Relationships Divorce Domestic Relationships (Financial Agreements) Property Settlements & Maintenance (Child/Spouse) Human Rights Migration & Refugee Personal Injury Medical Negligence Professional Negligence Workplace Injury & Workers Compensation Taxation Law Federal Taxation Wills, Probate & Estates Power of Attorney Probate & Administration Trusts (Including Family Trusts) Wills - contesting Wills - drafting Wills, Probate & Estates - General

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