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Attwood Marshall Lawyers opens a new Southport office at Level 2 Excalibur House 52 Davenport St

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About the office: Two full-time lawyers, paralegals, dedicated administrative staff and any of our 40-plus lawyers and paralegals will be available for appointments at the new office, opposite the Southport Courthouse. Parking is available in the Mal Burke carpark, or on the street. The office is also a 2-minute walk to the closest light rail station, on Nerang Street opposite the Cecil Hotel.

About us:

About Attwood Marshall Lawyers: Established in 1946, Attwood Marshall Lawyers is a leading law firm providing expert legal services in all areas of law including wills and estates, aged care, estate litigation, family law, compensation law, commercial litigation, property and commercial law, and equine breeding and racing law.

Integrity, understanding, and responsibility are Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ core values. Our intent or purpose is to help people and change their lives for the better. With offices located at Southport, Robina, Coolangatta, Kingscliff, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, clients can visit their lawyer at whichever location is most convenient.

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