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Anderson Fredericks Turner can help you.

As Queensland based employment, criminal and regulatory compliance lawyers and advocates, we provide comprehensive advice and representation for our areas of focus. With offices in Brisbane, BeenleighToowoomba, Townsville and on the Sunshine Coast, our lawyers offer discreet, authoritative and tailored legal representation. While the lawyers within Anderson Fredericks Turner routinely work across Queensland, we do also operate nationally.

We understand the stress for individuals facing issues that impact their liberty, reputation, safety or employment. Our firm prides itself on supporting clients through the legal system and working to achieve the best outcome in the fastest way possible. The results that we achieve justifies our reputation for successfully representing the legal interests of our clients.

Criminal Lawyers:  Brisbane  |  Sunshine Coast  |  Toowoomba  |  Townsville

For criminal law cases, our focus is ensuring our clients work with a dedicated and experienced criminal lawyer to achieve a just outcome. Our firm is independently recommended as a leading criminal law firm across Queensland. With a strong commitment to equality and human rights, we work to make our services accessible to all people.

Employment Lawyers:  Brisbane  |  Sunshine Coast  |  Toowoomba  |  Townsville

For employment law and regulatory compliance issues, we prioritise the immediate needs of our clients. We maintain a practical and outcome-based focus to allow our clients to make informed decisions that maximise the result that can be achieved while minimising legal fees.

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Brisbane:                   07 3369 2200

Beenleigh:                 07 3287 3605

Sunshine Coast:      07 5479 0098

Toowoomba:            07 4632 1921

Townsville:               07 4724 3003

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