A client-oriented approach is what makes us stand out.

Transparency

We believe in making the process transparent, so you understand and feel comfortable you’re getting the service you deserve. All our actions are clear and visible to you, the client.

The whole process should be about delivering your desired solution in a speedy and successful manner. Our lawyers will not stop until your problem is resolved.

Trust is the forerunner to any relationship. There is no relationship between two parties if trust is not the overarching element. We take pride in offering a service that values trust and honesty.

We believe in making the process transparent, so you understand and feel comfortable you’re getting the service you deserve. All our actions are clear and visible to you, the client.

The whole process should be about delivering your desired solution in a speedy and successful manner. Our lawyers will not stop until your problem is resolved.

Trust is the forerunner to any relationship. There is no relationship between two parties if trust is not the overarching element. We take pride in offering a service that values trust and honesty.

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A client-oriented approach

Located in the heart of Sydney’s North Shore, TY Lawyers is conveniently located in Chatswood. We believe clients should be looked after in the whole process of the legal experience and gives our clients the freedom and choice to take care of what is important in their life.

We work with you to identify your needs. Meet us for a consultation and let us understand your situation. We will provide the solution so that you can sit back and relax. Get a cup of coffee and let us take the problem away from you!

Being able to see clients through their problems is the most rewarding experience that I get to have every day.

‑ Ivan Hung

How can we help?

TY Lawyers believe in providing clients with a tailored experience to provide them with the best possible outcome.

Property

Buying and selling property can be a substantial financial and emotional decision. TY Lawyers understand the importance of providing our clients with transparency and well-informed decisions when it comes to property.

Commercial

Business owners are exposed to legal issues on a daily basis and without appropriate advice, may encounter unwanted problems. We don’t just strive to be effective legal advisors for our clients, but also become our client’s business partner throughout the process.

Litigation

We work with our clients through the process of dispute resolution to find a solution as quickly and stress-free as possible. We believe in offering tailored approach to our clients in order to achieve your outcome.

Why should I see a lawyer for a will?

Your will is the legal document which outlines how you would like your assets to be distributed after you pass away. Your will may often be the most important legal document you sign in your life, therefore it’s very important that it is constructed by an expert. Although constructing a DIY will may save you money in the short-term, when it comes time for the will to be enforced, there may be unforeseen costs due to fees, taxes, etc. which often outweigh the initial savings.

 

You also only have one chance to get it right. Although your will can be changed at any time whilst you’re alive, but if something happens to you before you get a chance to amend it, then this will stands. Getting your will right the first time can save you, your family and friends a lot of stress in the future.

Litigation is a term used to describe legal proceedings between two opposing parties. Litigation isn’t just another name for dispute resolution – there are a number of things that may happen before, during and after a settlement or court case that make up litigation. Litigation is commonly resolved by two parties coming to an agreement; however, it may also be decided by a judge or jury.

 

Litigation begins once other forms of dispute resolution have drawn no conclusion and legal action has been taken.

 

Civil litigation refers to the process of dispute resolution between members of a community through the court system.

A credit policy doesn’t need to be something that overwhelms you or puts stress on your business. Written guidelines can provide clarity and ensure operational efficiency, resulting in faster accounts receivable turnover for your business.

 

Compiling general ‘terms and conditions’ often aren’t enough to protect your business when it comes to unpaid accounts. For this reason, consultation with a qualified lawyer is very important when it comes to drafting and implementing a credit policy.

 

We will review your credit policies and provide recommended changes to help you achieve efficiency and make it easier to choose which customers to deal with.

Why should I see a lawyer for a will?

Your will is the legal document which outlines how you would like your assets to be distributed after you pass away. Your will may often be the most important legal document you sign in your life, therefore it’s very important that it is constructed by an expert. Although constructing a DIY will may save you money in the short-term, when it comes time for the will to be enforced, there may be unforeseen costs due to fees, taxes, etc. which often outweigh the initial savings.

 

You also only have one chance to get it right. Although your will can be changed at any time whilst you’re alive, but if something happens to you before you get a chance to amend it, then this will stands. Getting your will right the first time can save you, your family and friends a lot of stress in the future.

What does litigation cover?

Litigation is a term used to describe legal proceedings between two opposing parties. Litigation isn’t just another name for dispute resolution – there are a number of things that may happen before, during and after a settlement or court case that make up litigation. Litigation is commonly resolved by two parties coming to an agreement; however, it may also be decided by a judge or jury.

 

Litigation begins once other forms of dispute resolution have drawn no conclusion and legal action has been taken.

 

Civil litigation refers to the process of dispute resolution between members of a community through the court system.

Why is a credit policy important?

A credit policy doesn’t need to be something that overwhelms you or puts stress on your business. Written guidelines can provide clarity and ensure operational efficiency, resulting in faster accounts receivable turnover for your business.

 

Compiling general ‘terms and conditions’ often aren’t enough to protect your business when it comes to unpaid accounts. For this reason, consultation with a qualified lawyer is very important when it comes to drafting and implementing a credit policy.

 

We will review your credit policies and provide recommended changes to help you achieve efficiency and make it easier to choose which customers to deal with.

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Conveyancing Quote

Obtain an obligation free instant conveyancing quote for your sale or purchase conveyancing fees, which sets out full details and actual costs of all fees and government search charges.

Fixed fee $110 (including GST). No Commission. Fast and cost effective. It only takes 5 minutes to fill in the form and a formal legal letter of demand will be sent.

Simply upload your company credit policy and trade agreements and we will review it for you.

And it is absolutely free!

Conveyancing Quote

Obtain an obligation free instant conveyancing quote for your sale or purchase conveyancing fees, which sets out full details and actual costs of all fees and government search charges.

Letter of demand

Fixed fee $110 (including GST). No Commission. Fast and cost effective. It only takes 5 minutes to fill in the form and a formal legal letter of demand will be sent.

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Credit Policy Check

Simply upload your company credit policy and trade agreements and we will review it for you.

And it is absolutely free!

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Get in touch

Give us a call or visit us at our Chatswood office. We are located on Spring Street opposite Chatswood Westfield.

We’re open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm and closed Saturdays and Sundays.

Suite 201, Level 2/11 Spring St Chatswood NSW 2067 Australia
Monday to Friday:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

We firmly believe that our clients should be well looked after in the whole process and should be well informed in each and every step.