1. Why choose TY Laywers?
  • Transparency - We want you to be comfortable working with us. For this, you must understand the service you are getting from us. We will ensure every action we take is visible to you.
  • Trust - What’s a relationship without trust? Nothing. We take pride in knowing we value both trust and honesty in every client relationship we have. You can rely on us.
  • Resolution - We work to achieve your desired solution in the most timely manner, without sacrificing quality of work. We won’t stop until your case is resolved.

2. How can TY Lawyers assist you in legally protecting your small business?

We can assist you in creating a business structure most suited for you including all the legal requirements of small businesses in Australia.

At TY Lawyers, we can assist small businesses with many commercial services, including, but not limited to:

  • Choosing a business structure
  • Registering an ABN
  • Registering a business name
  • Registering a trademark
  • Licenses & permits
  • Workplace relations
  • Asset protection
  • Property leases
  • Advice for small businesses

3. What are TY Lawyers Commercial Law Services?
  • Business structures
  • Business contracts
  • Commercial disputes and commercial litigation
  • Corporations law
  • Property and leasing
  • Employment law and agreements
  • Workplace relations
  • Small business legal advice
  • Business succession and asset protection
  • Due diligence
  • Partnership agreements
  • Franchising
  • Intellectual Property and Trademarks

4. How can TY Lawyers assist you in recovering business debt?

The experienced team at TY Lawyers will work to close all unpaid accounts by assisting in preparation of letters of demand, enforcing orders and providing litigation.

  • Our Letter of Demand is the final issue of demand to an entity to pay the outstanding debt, we can provide a Letter of Demand on your behalf at a low cost addressed to your debtor to recover your unpaid accounts.
  • Generally, we see 80% of debtors respond to the Letter of Demand to avoid legalities.
  • If a debt remains unpaid after a final demand, we will file a statement of claim in court to recover the debt. The statement of claim sets out the owed amount and why the amount is owed.
  • From this point we will represent you at the court proceedings and we will get your debt paid.

5. What disputes can be resolved with commercial litigation?

Commercial litigation lawyers can provide a range of services when it comes to business-related disputes. These include negotiations and mediations, as well as adjudications, arbitrations and litigation proceedings. Business disputes related to commercial contracts, trade practices, and insurance claims can all be resolved through commercial litigation. 

Other disputes that can be addressed by a commercial litigator include trade practices; insolvency and debt recovery; construction projects; property and lease agreements; employment contracts; business partnerships; taxation issues; and investigations by regulatory authorities.

6. Why appoint a property lawyer for conveyancing?
  • Avoid mistakes due to changes in law: Laws change frequently, and property lawyers keep up to date on all legal changes and are ready to deal with legal disputes if it arises. 
  • Save time: TY Lawyers understand the process and have the legal knowledge which will ensure that settlement isn’t delayed.
  • Avoid fines: Without proper legal knowledge, you may accidentally breach the terms of the contract and face legal issues and face unnecessary costs.
  • Legal protection: When a mistake is made, or important information is missed, you are covered under our lawyers. This will ensure that the settlement will not be prolonged or your deposit forfeited.

7. Why choose to make a will with a legal professional?

You can avoid unnecessary mistakes such as:

  • Incorrect signing of the will
  • Using ambiguous terms
  • No estate planning
  • The will is not recognised in court
  • Paying unnecessary taxes

There is no legal requirement that a lawyer draft your will. However, getting it right so that the court recognise your will is the challenging part. 

8. What documents can a notary public sign or witness the signing of?

In most cases, a notary public will sign or witness the signing of official Government documents, personal documents and contracts, affidavits and statutory declarations to name a few.

Notary publics can sign and/or witness the signing of:

  • Legal documents
  • Business documents
  • Government documents
  • Financial documents
  • Personal documents

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