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Sunshine Coast | Brisbane | Queensland | Australia wide

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Doing Things Differently but it's Business As Usual

Small Business Lawyer Brisbane

A small business is generally considered to be anything from a sole trader to businesses employing less than 20 employees.  Small businesses in Queensland are vast employers, employing 47% of the workforce and make up 97% of the entire business community. 

Starting a small business can be an exciting time, filled with opportunity and hope. But getting the right advice, taking all the right steps, and starting off on the right path is important, right from the very start. 

Proper business structuring, contracts, terms of business, sales terms, and employment issues are the essentials.   The more niche market you operate in, the more issues you might face, and generally, the more likely it is you will require a lawyer.

We aim to get to know your business, and give legal advice and legal solutions that are practical, and will enhance your small business, as an investment into your future.

There is usually no need for us to meet with you in person.  We can take instructions from you all remotely, so service the whole of Queensland.

However, we do have offices in Brisbane and on the Sunshine Coast, so if we need to, or if you prefer, we can meet in person too.

We can provide this type of advice within initial consultation with you, for a fixed fee.

Small Business Lawyers and Legal Advice.

Business Leases

Dealing with commercial leases to review leases offered, and negotiate with landlords.

Start a Business

Start-Up advice to set you on the right path to a successful business.

Terms & Conditions

Ensure your customers know their rights, and limit your liability too.

Business Structure

Operating as a sole trader, partnership, company, or trust means more than just words.

Employees

Employees are always an essential to any small business.

Terms of Service

Place proper boundaries around what your customers should expect from you.

Terms of Trade

Properly documenting terms upon which you trade is an investment.

Independent Contractors

Properly documenting the relationship between your business and others.

Waivers

Limit your liability and protect yourself and your business.

Why Choose Queensland Legal

Queensland Legal is proudly operated by Michael Turner, the Principal Lawyer and Solicitor.

My ambition extends beyond mere legal representation; I am committed to fostering enduring partnerships with my clients, built on a foundation of trust and mutual respect.

It is my objective to continually deliver exceptional value to your business, ensuring prosperity and growth for years to come.

Let Queensland Legal be your partner in navigating the complexities of the legal landscape, securing a successful future for your business.

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