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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. We offer deferred fees for eligible family law clients.
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
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.
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.
Thank you so much for all your help Kristal. You were honestly amazing. I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done for me. I would highly recommend you to anyone without hesitation. I’ve been through quite a few lawyers and you would definitely be my first choice if I ever got caught up again.
Your professional, friendly and caring approach had me feeling relaxed and safe. Thank you.
Informative, professional and was able to help me understand legal terms clearly
People generally don’t come to lawyers for criminal law and family law advice in celebration.
But talking to a lawyer also doesn’t need to be overwhelming or scary.
At Coastal Lawyers, we give our client’s frank and practical legal advice. We are human’s, parents and spouses too. We bring our life experience to our role as legal advisers and advocates.
We offer a judgement free and confidential space where you can discuss your legal problems, have your legal questions answered and make informed decisions about your unique situation.
Our clients are busy people who are often juggling work and families. This is why we use technology to make the process of getting legal advice simple and convenient.
We use phone and video calls to regularly keep our clients updated. As well as face to face appointments at our Erina offices when required.
We also use the latest legal technology including online bookings and payment options. Email and text messages to remind clients about their upcoming appointments and court dates. As well as a secure client portal so clients can conveniently view court documents and correspondence.
Early legal advice is often crucial to the success of your matter.
“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.
Ending a relationship, whether be a separation or a divorce, can be a pretty rough time personally and financially. But there are services who can help.
What the actual F%#@! Coastal Lawyers give you the run down on offensive language
Teaching our kids about consent is so incredibly important.
There is so much focus in our modern world (particularly on mums) to have “balance”. I mean of course we have to balance work, home, kids, social life, exercise, eating right and doing all of the things and make sure that every area of life is in perfect flow at all times!
But that’s bull!
“Friendly” and “Caring”. Two words I pride myself on as a human and a lawyer
At Coastal Lawyers, you won’t get the traditional approach. We are avocado.
Parenting Plan or Consent Orders? Not sure where to start or what they even are? Then our quick infographic will get you started on your way.
9 years ago I was admitted as a lawyer but statistically the odds were against me.
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?
We have all ducked into the petrol station to pay for petrol or duck into the takeaway shop to pick up our order. But did you ever think you could be committing an offence?
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