Civil Law and Court Representation

Civil Law and Court Representation

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Do not leave getting advice and arranging Court Representation to the last minute. Call our office now. The earlier you seek advice the better your chance will be. Trial preparation should start long before the first day of trial. If witnesses are needed, they will need to be vetted, and their evidence considered, prior to the trial. You want to know what they will say prior to asking them to take the stand. You need to know if you are going to rely on other evidence and consider how you will get this before the court to be considered at trial. You should allow a few weeks to organise a summons if you are to call a witness or summons someone to adduce documents. Further, if you will seek to rely on expert evidence you may need to comply with disclosure obligations in relation to the expert evidence before you can rely on that evidence at trial.

Kean Legal Barristers & Solicitors regularly appear in the Central Perth Courts, as well as the following metropolitan courthouses: Armadale Courthouse; Fremantle Courthouse; Joondalup Courthouse; Midland Courthouse; Rockingham Courthouse; and Mandurah Courthouse.

We also can arrange Court Representation in regional courthouses either by audio link or in person when necessary.

Kean Legal Barristers & Solicitors can advise and provide Court Representation for you and assist with the following matters:

Contact us by email to find out more or to arrange a consultation with an experienced Court lawyer. We provide a service where you may attend our offices for an initial consultation limited to one hour for a booking fee of $300.00. There is no obligation to engage our services after the initial consultation. Call our office on +61 8 6323 8613

In need of legal advice or a criminal lawyer to appear at a Bail Application? Unsure? Call us now, do not risk making a Bail Application unrepresented. If you are making a bail application and it is what is defined as a “schedule 2” bail application, there may only be one chance of making the bail application.

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