Diamond Conway is among Australia’s most respected and successful law firms, with decades of combined experience in our legal team.
Our Lawyers are highly regarded within their profession and many of our leading solicitors have specialist accreditation in their fields.
We are committed to seeking the best possible results for every client in every case, across a wide range of fields.
Whether you need advice or assistance in a business, financial, banking or property matter, or any legal issue relating to your family, a will or estate, or immigration and citizenship, Diamond Conway Lawyers are the experts, with the track record to prove it.
It can be hard to face dealing with legal issues in your personal life. You might be going through divorce or separation, seeking a settlement for property or custody of children, or making difficult decisions about a will or estate. Diamond Conway Lawyers have the compassion and diligence to advise you on every option that can help your situation, holding your needs in focus and keeping stress as low as possible.
Every business is unique, every market is different and every field of regulation is complex, but Diamond Conway Lawyers have the expertise to help your business navigate through any legal issue. Whether you are starting a business or winding one down, seeking to recover debts or dealing with insolvency, negotiating an agreement or an investment, or dealing with government regulation; Diamond Conway have one of Australia’s most trusted business legal teams.
Disputes can arise for many reasons, in any area of law, whether in relation to your family, your business or your rights. Diamond Conway Lawyers are among Australia’s most experienced in Dispute Resolution, and key to our record is our success in Litigation. In both personal and business legal matters, our team has the skill, knowledge and tenacity to achieve the best possible results in court. Over the years, Diamond Conway has achieved beneficial outcomes for hundreds of clients.
It was recently reported in the Canberra City News that a couple would divorce one another if the Federal Parliament was to pass any amendment to the Marriage Act 1961 (Cth) recognizing marriage equality. However, it unlikely that this couple would be granted a divorce by the Family Court of Australia, and this article explains why that may be the case.
In a judgment delivered earlier this year, a Western Australian Family Law solicitor was ordered to repay $110,000 after it was determined that he had overcharged his client and had not kept proper time records.