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Cairns Lawyers – WGC 

At a time where the outcome matters, who you trust in, to guide you through your legal journey matters. At WGC Lawyers Cairns, you’ll not only find a wealth of experience in all things Cairns law, but you’re also met with trusted professionals, dedicated to providing legal advice that brings you peace of mind.

From sensitive family law matters,  estate planning and employment law issues to the business and construction end of town and everything in between, our lawyers in Cairns are here to guide and protect you, every step of the way.

We have the resources and commitment to provide our clients in North Queensland with the consistent service excellence and legal advice they’ve come to expect from our experienced lawyers in Cairns. Put yourself in the trusted hands of our lawyers in Cairns – partner with one of the WGC legal team today.

We’ve Got you Covered.

At WGC Lawyers Cairns, we understand the legal needs of our clients. That’s why we have a team of solicitors in Cairns who are dedicated to providing professional legal advice and support.

From family law to property law, our lawyers in Cairns have the experience and expertise, in all areas of Cairns law, to assist you with your legal problems and questions.

Legal matters can be stressful and overwhelming. Our team provides a professional and friendly service that will make you feel at ease. We offer a full range of legal services, and look forward to discussing  your needs, and finding how we can help.


What Our Clients Say

WGC Lawyers have been our principal lawyers for over 15 years, handling a variety of commercial and property related matters of varying levels of complexity. The level of service and turnaround time has been exemplary. Further, an important and key reason why we continue to engage WGC Lawyers is the innovative and commercial approach adopted to each brief. Not only do they seek a legal outcome – but also an outcome balanced with optimizing our commercial interests. I highly recommend WGC Lawyers.

Peter Macdougall – Managing Director Stateland Pty Ltd

LDI Constructions have utilised WGC Lawyers for all its commercial and legal requirements for over 7 years. We have found their service and expertise to be of an excellent standard. WGC Lawyers effectively deliver their services to meet our timeline requirements.

Peter Thompson – Manager LDI Constructions

I have worked with WGC Lawyers in a professional capacity on several occasions in looking after mutual clients for both buying and selling real estate here in Weipa.

My clients are important to me and I only refer them to trusted companies that will give them the same level of respect and service.

I have always found the team at WGC to be professional and knowledgeable with each of our dealings and I have every confidence in referring them to my clients.

Maree Baldwin – Weipa Real Estate

In these past 3 years; I have bought and sold property – a much easier process than expected thanks to knowledgeable, efficient and experienced staff; mediated and settled a legal dispute with the team carrying a load of my stress in the maze of preparation and organisation which goes into these matters; and also meet with Jacqui and her expert team to deal with Estate planning for my future care needs.

Magda Solly

We are so pleased that we were able to find and engage Rhys who has since that time been able to assist comprehensively with every commercial and financial matter that we needed to attend to from a legal perspective and navigate the legal minefield that we were relatively blind to see and comprehend.

Very reasonable rates and local Cairns.

Highly recommend WGC and Rhys Larsen.

Peter Rowe – Branch Manager, Allied Pickfords Cairns

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