• Understandable Legal Advice And Expertise
  • Family Law Specialists; Commercial Lawyers
  • Wills & Estate Law; Conveyancing Made Easy
  • Free Off-Street Customer Parking
  • Your Family, Business And Estate Lawyer

Madsen Law is positioned to advance and protect your small business and your family law interests, at a convenient local office.Madsen Law was established in 2005. David Madsen opened the Logan law firm, Madsen Law, which is situated at 3928 Pacific Highway, Loganholme (just south of the Hyperdome Shopping Centre, with easy access from the M1 whether travelling north or south). The Principal has 28 years of experience as a Barrister and Solicitor and is a Queensland Law Society Accredited Family Law Specialist.

Family Law Specialist:

David Madsen is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with years of wisdom and experience in all aspects of divorce and family law.

You can be confident your matter will be conducted with sensitivity and strength by the Madsen Family Law Team.

Business Law:

It is easier to avoid a pit than to climb out of one.

Let us protect you from the pitfalls of unscrupulous attack, poor decisions and poorly drafted agreements.

Wills And Estate Law:

Not having a valid Will is a very costly and difficult issue for grieving loved ones. Your will is your legacy and indicates your wishes to family and friends. It is important to consider how your final instructions will be perceived after you have gone as this can set up fond memories or facetious disputes. We provide clear legal advice and structures you can use to achieve your wishes. If you were left as the Executor of an estate we can administer that for you for a reasonable rate

Q How much will it cost?

Our fees are based on rates which vary according to the experience of the team member who is working on your case. We are considered to be very competitive compared to other Brisbane firms. We will discuss the likely total costs and how you can best manage the payments. We want to reach a resolution as cost-efficiently as possible.

Q We were never married. What rights do I have?

If you are not married, then you may or may not have the same rights as people who are married depending upon the date of your separation. The date of separation also determines which court you can bring your claim in. There are strict time limits after the date of separation within which you must have commenced your court proceedings. There are other legal paths you can take, but you do need to get clear advice on these, which we can offer you.

Q How long will it take?

This is usually the first question our clients ask. The divorce process itself usually takes between 2 to 3 months, but it often takes longer to resolve the property issues. Every situation depends on the level of complexity and the willingness or otherwise of the partners to resolve their issues. Our aim is to reach a resolution as efficiently as possible.

Q Things are very difficult at home. Should I move out?

It is very important to take legal advice before even considering such a step, as it could have significant ramifications for the future.

Q Should I tell my partner that I am going to see a solicitor?

We recommend that you wait until after the first meeting, as we will discuss the best approach and the right time to do so. Our meeting is completely confidential.

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