The talented team of Toowoomba lawyers at Wonderley & Hall advises on property, commercial, litigation, business and family law right across the Toowoomba region. We are one of the most experienced law firms in the state, with a history of exceptional advice and service spanning more than 120 years.
When you use Wonderley & Hall you are dealing with one of the most established law firms in the region. You are also dealing with lawyers who will take the time to listen and to understand your business and personal circumstances before commencing work. This means that our outcomes are tailor made to your specific needs. We construct our advice and services to fit your personal situation and our goal is to achieve the best possible result for you, whether that’s in a separation/divorce settlement, will dispute, property deal or litigation. When you hire legal support from Wonderley & Hall you’re assured an experienced legal service that no one in the region can match.
Relying on our expertise you can feel secure purchasing your new home, settling a difficult dispute, investing in or developing property and growing your business. Backed by our excellent record, understanding service and incomparable experience, we truly believe we are the premier Toowoomba family law solicitor practice. We understand the legal needs of Toowoomba locals, so when you need legal support, contact the team at Wonderley & Hall.
Whether you need to speak to an experienced separation/divorce lawyer or a general family lawyer, we are here to help. Simply call, or contact our office to organise a confidential discussion.
When a couple decide to separate, their accountant – and resolving their financial affairs – is critical to the process, particularly if the couple own and operate a business. The Wonderley & Hall Family Law team strive to maintain involvement, as appropriate, with our clients’ accountants during family law matters, because we understand the important … more
The breakdown of relationships where children are present provides a great deal of challenges for those involved. One of the more unusual solutions, aimed at providing the maximum stability for the children is “bird-nest” co-parenting. But what does that mean? Most people are familiar with the idea of shared parenting arrangements that result in children … more
In the first two parts of our property settlement process article we dealt with the identification of the net asset pool and the assessment of contributions each party made to the relationship. In this third and final part we will discuss the assessment of future needs and the division of assets. It’s important to remember … more