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HSH LAWYERS

A LEADING SUNSHINE COAST LAW FIRM WITH MORE THAN 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE.​

 

HSH Lawyers are a law firm based in Maroochydore on the Sunshine Coast, specialising in Wills & Estates, Property Law, Business & Commercial Law, Conveyancing and Criminal Law.

 

We also have a branch office at Nambour on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland to service your conveyancing and other legal needs.
 
At HSH Lawyers, we take into account the unique aspect of each and every client, and we work hard for our clients to achieve the best possible outcome. With friendly and experienced staff, HSH Lawyers speak your language. We communicate in plain English and make your legal experience as stress-free as possible.

At HSH Lawyers, we offer every one of our clients superior service founded on a tradition of excellence based upon:

✔  Clear, concise, trusted advice;
✔  A deeper understanding of your matter leading to enhanced solutions; 
✔  Legal insight with a broader perspective and a business approach; 
  Experience innovation; 
✔  The advantage of focus; 
✔  Practical wisdom; 
✔  Legal expertise at the heart of our client's best interests; 
✔  Understanding relationships.


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WHY DO I NEED A WILL?

Preparing a Will means that you stay in control. If you die without a legal Will, the Public Trustee will take control, and decide how your assets will be distributed, with all costs coming out of your estate. To avoid losing control of how your estate is distributed, you should ensure that your Will is always current – this is particularly important when selling or purchasing property, getting married, or with the arrival of children.

 

"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them."

- Albert Einstein 

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