About Our TeamRon Lawson Lawyer - Your local Albany Creek Solictors
Ron Lawson Lawyer provides general legal services including: family law, conveyancing, small business, wills, estates and succession planning. Meet our team:
Legal Practitioner - Principal
- Over 40 years of experience as a legal practitioner;
- Owned and operated a legal practice in Albany Creek for over 25 years
- Small business;
- Estates; and
- Succession planning
Legal Practioner (Associate) – LLB, GradDipLP
Kim holds a Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and is an admitted lawyer of the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia.
Kim attributes his down-to-earth nature and strong communication skills to his several years of experience as a business owner.
Kim is a versatile solicitor who strongly advocates on behalf of his clients both in and out of the Courtroom. He takes great pride in achieving favourable outcomes for his clients and is especially adept at reaching favourable out-of-court settlements on behalf of his clients.
Kim`s attention to detail and strong advocacy skills have enabled him to successfully represent clients before the Federal Circuit Court and other courts/tribunals.
Established in 1968
Ron Lawson Lawyer has been serving the Albany Creek community and North Brisbane for over 25 years
Why pay more?
Many Lawyers have a reputation for charging more than you expect. That’s why you should talk to Ron Lawson lawyer as they offer very competitive fees.
Quality Legal Services
Friendly and approachable
The team at RLL are there to listen and assist you through your situation.
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What is a Will? A Will is a legal document which indicates what you would like to happen with your money, belongings and other assets (your estate) when you pass away. Your Will names who you want to give your estate to and who you would like to administer your estate...
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