Established in 2001, Springwood Lawyers is highly respected specialist Family Law firm, serving the Logan and Brisbane community. We also practice in the area of Wills and Estates.
The success of Springwood Lawyers is built upon:
Reasonable and affordable fees
Springwood Lawyers will provide you with:
Sound, sensible advice
Collaborative approach when appropriate
At Springwood Lawyers you will be listened to with patience and empathy. Your matter will be thoroughly prepared and at conferences, mediations or Court appearances our staff will expertly represent you.
In consultation with you as our client, Springwood Lawyers will use our expertise and experience to resolve disputes as quickly as possible, ensuring a cost effective result.
Springwood Lawyers specialises in the area of Family Law. Unlike many larger law firms, at Springwood Lawyers, experienced solicitors will carry out your work.
Colin Simpson is the principal of Springwood Lawyers and leads an experienced and capable team of Family Law solicitors and para-legal staff.
Colin and senior solicitor Peter Pavusa have many years of legal experience. Colin has practised almost exclusively in the area of family law for the past 12 years. Peter has been a solicitor for more than 25 years, and practised primarily in the area of family law for the past 13 years. Peter is an Accredited Family Law Specialist.
Alison Slocombe worked in a major Melbourne law firm prior to joining our team at Springwood Lawyers. Her work and experience as a solicitor has been entirely in the area of Family Law.
Springwood Lawyers will provide expert legal advice in the following areas:
Finalising family law settlements
Divorce and separation
Property settlements and financial agreements
Access and parenting arrangements for children
De facto relationships
Domestic relationship arrangements
Spousal maintenance and financial support
International child abduction
Domestic violence issues
In the area of Wills and Estates, our team will provide expert legal advice and assistance in the following areas:
Handling the estates of people who die without a Will (intestate)
Applying for a Grant of Probate
Applying for a Grant of Letters of Administration
Making of Family Provisions Claims
Acting for people left out of a Will or defending a Will
Enduring Powers of Attorney