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We assist small-to-medium size business owners' right across NSW to establish and maintain productive businesses and workplaces by working with them to come up with the best structure and culture within which to operate their business. We provide legal advice on a broad range of business, commercial and workplace issues.

We find that the earlier we become involved in the planning stage of your business issue or transaction, the greater the chance that we will be able to influence the outcome in a positive way for you.

If you would like to ask Gavin a legal question relating to your business, or you'd like some general advice about the best way to proceed in a situation, don't hesitate to call us on 1800 994 279 or send us an email.

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"I feel extremely comfortable and secure dealing with the Turnbull Hill team and the work you have done for me. All you guys have this professionalism and integrity in the manner you conduct business. Not to mention the fact that you really know your stuff. It is a pleasure dealing with you and I consider myself lucky and proud to be able to refer to your firm as my lawyers. Keep up the excellent work."

Ben Sharma (Director) - Roadhound Electronics

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