McNamara & Associates have been taking care of all the legal requirements of the people and businesses in the Ipswich and Gatton regions of Queensland for over 70 years. Today we are one of the largest law firms in the local area, with offices in Brisbane, Central Ipswich, North Ipswich, Gatton, and Springfield. Contact McNamara & Associates on 1300 574 974 today.
Our Family Law Solicitors at McNamara and Associates are dedicated to solving your family law matters in the most professional, compassionate and cost effective manner. We have the experience required to help you with any parenting, child support, divorce, and property settlement matter.
Many commercial and retail landlords incentivise their tenants by providing rent free periods and fit – out contributions. Commonly, landlords require the tenant (and/or the guarantors) to repay all or part of such incentives if the lease is terminated due to the tenant’s default. The recent Supreme Court of Queensland decision of GWC Property Group Pty […]
Do you update your social media profiles regularly? Are you ever tempted to vent online about someone or something that has annoyed you? Do you ever speculate or take your opinions to “tweet”? If so, you might need to rethink your actions in light of a recent NSW case, the first of its kind in […]
Are you a business that holds client information? Do you use “the cloud” to store information? Do you have any international clients or a turnover of more than $3 million per year? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions then you need to know about the new privacy laws that commenced in March this year. The new privacy laws called, Australian Privacy Principles (APPs), are […]
A lease is a serious long-term financial commitment, sometimes stretching into the hundreds of thousands of dollars over the term of the lease. Prior to agreeing to any lease, we recommend that you obtain professional accountancy and taxation advice to ensure you understand the full extent of the financial commitment you (or your business) is […]
If you have separated from your spouse and have not been able to agree on who gets the house, business, superannuation etc you can ask the Court to decide right? Not always, is what the Courts are now saying. According to recent cases, the Court will not always agree to decide who gets what property […]
Recently it came to light that the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman made the decision not to set up any trust fund for his three children. His reasons being that he did not wish them to grow up feeling any sense of entitlement. How Far Does Discretion Extend? Testamentary discretion is an important aspect of succession […]
Thanks McNamara & Associates for all your help with my family law issue”Jane Andrews