Welcome to SMALL MYERS HUGHES lAWYERS - Your Partner in Commercial Litigation

Litigation can be an inherently expensive and stressful process. We understand that embarking on litigation or a robust enforcement of legal rights may not necessarily result in the desired outcome, and in some situations may produce a less desirable situation.

At Small Myers Hughes Lawyers, our focus is on achieving your desired outcomes and to formulate a strategy that best meets your objectives. For those that become involved in a dispute, it is imperative that they obtain legal advice as soon as possible, preferably prior to the dispute becoming litigious.

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Our services

Although our full suite of services is more comprehensive, some of the services we provide include:

  • Bankruptcy and insolvency
  • Commercial disputes
  • Building and construction
  • Debt recovery and enforcement of judgments
  • Defamation
  • Leasing and real property
  • Intellectual Property litigation

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Our Commercial litigation

Wherever possible we at Small Myers Hughes Lawyers seek to resolve disputes without resorting to litigation. In circumstances where disputes do become litigious, we have experience in a wide variety of disputes in Courts and Tribunals at both the State and Federal level. 

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Phone:+ 61 7 5552 6666
Fax:+ 61 7 5528 0955
Address:Level 2, 17 Welch St Southport, Qld, 4215
Postal:PO Box 1876
Southport 4215

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