our services 

Coastal Lawyers provide legal advice and representation in our main focus areas: Criminal Law, Traffic Law and Family Law. We represent our clients at all Central Coast Courts including Gosford, Wyong and Newcastle Courts. 


If you have been charged by police with a criminal offence, we can appear in the Local Court, District Court and Supreme Court on your behalf.  Coastal Lawyers undertake Legal Aid work for eligible clients. 


If you have received an infringement notice, are worried about your licence or have been charged with a more serious traffic offence, we can provide you with legal advice and representation at court. 


We can guide you through all aspects of the often challenging family law process. From divorce through to negotiating property settlements and parenting arrangements.


See what our clients have to say about their experience at Coastal Lawyers

Amazing Service, so helpful no stone unturned. Highly recommended. Thank you guys

Andrew- April 2020

I recently reached out to Coastal Lawyers for some legal advice and I was impressed! Clear, concise, friendly and professional. I highly recommend Coastal Lawyers if you’re in need of some help too. 

Kirsty- April 2020

Amazing service – I got in touch with Coastal Lawyers early on a Saturday morning and she was wonderful. She answered questions, sent off emails to make sure the victim’s voice was heard. Highly recommended to anyone looking for a compassionate lawyer who knows her business and cares about her clients. 

Michelle- March 2020

why us? 

Why choose the team at Coastal Lawyers. 









“You can google your way through or you can speak with an expert from the beginning. Early legal advice is crucial to the success of your case”

– Coastal Lawyers

Latest blog post

Check out our latest blog posts for all things criminal law, traffic law and family law.

How are you? I’m fine.

How are you? I’m fine.

Fines are the most common penalty imposed by NSW Courts. However, if a court imposes a fine on you then it is a criminal conviction that could have a range of consequences on your future?

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What should I wear to Court?

What should I wear to Court?

Going to Court? Not sure what to wear? While society has progressed and many of us lawyers now have tattoos or piercings, the law and particularly the Courts are still very conservative places.

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The D Word…..DIVORCE

The D Word…..DIVORCE

10 facts about divorce from Coastal Lawyers. Most of what we know about divorce comes from television but the divorce laws in Australia are very different to other countries.

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