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Welcome to Turnbull Hill Lawyers

Turnbull Hill Lawyers is a full-service office of lawyers providing assistance to the people and businesses of Newcastle, Central Coast, Parramatta & Sydney. Our law firm was established in 1969. With over 55 staff and 4 offices right across NSW, we are proud to offer legal expertise in a broad range of practice areas.

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Commercial Litigation   Family Law, De Facto Law & Divorce
Business Acquisitions, Disposals & Mergers   Property Settlement
Business Succession   Conveyancing & Property
Business Asset Protection   Contested Wills
Business Structures   Wills & Estates
Workplace Relations & Employment   Deceased Estates, Probate & Administration
Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring   Enduring Guardian & Power of Attorney
Building & Construction   Personal Asset Protection
Risk Management   Estate Planning
Insurance   Criminal
Debt Recovery   Elder Law
Planning & Environmental   Claims
Personal Property Securities   Compensation & Insurance Personal Injury
Unfair Dismissal Claims   TPD & Superannuation Motor Vehicle
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Real Estate Agents now prohibited from "underquoting" prices...

A new piece of legislation aimed at eliminating underquoting by Real Estate Agents was passed by the NSW Parliament on 22 October 2015. The Act is titled "The Property, Stock and Business Agents Amendment (Underquoting Prohibition) Act 2015". The Act provides that: 1. Agents can no longer use the words "offers over&...

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Changes to Workers Compensation law effective 16 October 2015

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Is unfriending a work colleague on Facebook actually workplace bullying?

Is unfriending a work colleague on Facebook actually workplace bullying? In a recent ruling by the Fair Work Commission (FWC), a real-estate agent (Lisa Bird) who unfriended a colleague (Rachel Roberts) on Facebook after an argument was found to have displayed "a lack of emotional maturity" and that unfriending her colleague was...

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Are you fleeing from domestic violence?

Are you fleeing from domestic violence (DV)? If you are in a domestic violence relationship and you have made the decision to leave, the practical suggestions below may assist you to leave the relationship, safely. This article is not an exhaustive list of options, it contains information that real people in a similar situation have ...

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Want to buy another property but don't have a 10 percent deposit?

If you would like to buy another property, but don't have the 10% deposit, there may be other options available to you to secure a deal. Whether you are an investor with a substantial amount of equity in your current home, though do not have a cash deposit for another property, or whether you are retired and wish to downsize from the ...

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Buying or Selling Property - Everything you need to know!

Wednesday 25th Nov 2015
Time 6:00pm - 7:30pm

"Now that I am settled in my new home I wanted to express my appreciation for your assistance, and for providing such a smooth, trouble-free experie...

Meredith Maddison

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