The TY Lawyers Way
Transparency, accessibility, and a solution-oriented approach are why TY Lawyers is Sydney North Shore’s trusted property and commercial litigation lawyers.
We are a client-focused ethical law firm with a holistic approach to seeking and delivering the best solutions for your situation beyond the legal realm. We work to achieve your desired outcome promptly.
Making complex legal matters accessible is the reason why our clients recommend us. We recognise that purchasing a property is a significant financial decision; that small business owners are exposed to legal issues daily, and litigation may be unavoidable, so receiving honest legal advice you trust and understand is our priority.
Our complete approach for individuals and small businesses means that you receive tailor-made, pragmatic legal advice that looks at your entire situation. We ensure that you can make well-informed decisions with the best possible outcome by taking you through the legal process in a clear, honest and systematic approach.
“Honest, transparent and open dialogue to provide best case scenario without illusions of false hope is the key to client satisfaction”
The Lawyers For Our Community
We are a law firm based in Chatswood, and we are committed to serving our community. Our founder, Ivan, has hosted various programmes in the Chinese community radio station 2CR and has also served as a Master of Ceremonies in many Chinese charity functions.
Ivan, acting as an estate lawyer and educator, has also given free seminars on wills and estate planning as part of TY Lawyers commitment to our community. In addition, every member of our team is fluent in Chinese Cantonese, and most are fluent in Chinese Mandarin to best assist the growing Chinese population in our area of business.
There are many lawyers in Chatswood; what set us apart is that we appreciate what you want and need beyond legal matters. Your success is our success.
Being A Lawyer
“Listening to clients in an empathetic way to get the right desired outcome for their individual circumstances”