Sunshine Coast Lawyers & Advocates

Our Sunshine Coast Lawyers appear on a daily basis in courts across the Sunshine Coast. We provide legal advice and representation to individuals and businesses facing cases in Maroochydore, as well as courts in Caboolture, Caloundra, Gympie, Nambour and Noosa. Our lawyers are also able travel to other locations to provide advice and courtroom representation.

While Anderson Fredericks Turner is independently recommended as a leading criminal law firm in Queensland, we take pride in the work we undertake in the areas of employment law and regulatory compliance. Our lawyers are committed to providing a strong voice for all of our clients.

Our Head of Office in the Sunshine Coast, Chris Lumme, is a respected and diligent lawyer with significant courtroom experience. Together, we have the size, skill and depth of experience to assist individuals and businesses with complex cases for the areas in which we choose to focus. If you are interested in whether we can assist you, contact our team today for a free case assessment.

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Employment Lawyers Sunshine Coast
Crime & Misconduct Lawyers Sunshine Coast
Domestic Violence Lawyers Sunshine Coast
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Sunshine Coast Lawyers & Advocates

Employment Lawyers Sunshine Coast
Crime & Misconduct Lawyers Sunshine Coast
Domestic Violence Lawyers Sunshine Coast
Government & Compliance Lawyers
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Free Case Assessment: 07 5479 0098

Our Sunshine Coast Lawyers appear on a daily basis in courts across the Sunshine Coast. We provide legal advice and representation to individuals and businesses facing cases in the Maroochydore Courthouse, as well as courts in Caboolture, Caloundra, Gympie, Nambour and Noosa. Our lawyers are also able travel to other locations to provide advice and courtroom representation.

Anderson Fredericks Turner has one of the largest independent criminal law practices in Queensland. We are independently recommended as a leading criminal law firm in Queensland. 

We have the size, skill and depth of experience to assist individuals and businesses with complex cases. Contact our team for a free case assessment.

Sunshine Coast Location

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Phone: (07) 5479 0098
Fax: (07) 5479 3939
Email: maroochydore@aft.legal

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Ground Floor
35 Cornmeal Parade
Maroochydore, Queensland

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Anderson Fredericks Turner
PO Box 3026
Maroochydore, QLD, 4558

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Phone: (07) 5479 0098
Fax: (07) 5479 3939
Email: maroochydore@aft.legal

Ground Floor
35 Cornmeal Parade
Maroochydore, Queensland

Anderson Fredericks Turner
PO Box 3026
Maroochydore, QLD, 4558

Employment Lawyers for Businesses and Employers
Employment Lawyers for Executives and Managers
Employment Lawyers for Employees and Workers
Employment Lawyers for Public Sector Employees

At Anderson Fredericks Turner, we assist employers, executives, managers and employees to navigate employment and industrial law issues. Our Sunshine Coast Employment Lawyers should be the preferred choice for anybody facing a workplace issue in the local area.

In all employment law cases, we work with our clients to find fair and practical solutions to their issue. We ensure our clients understand the alternatives and potential benefits to contested litigation. For matters that require issues to be argued, our significant courtroom experience is an advantage to our clients.

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Criminal Defence Lawyers
Corporate Crime Lawyers
Criminal Offences
Traffic & Driving Offence Lawyers Sunshine Coast

Our Sunshine Coast Criminal Lawyers are part of a team recognised as being among the leading criminal law firms in Queensland. If you have are under investigation or have been charged and are seeking the best representation for your case, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner.

We represent people facing all types of charges that go before courts in the Sunshine Coast. Whether you need assistance for a traffic law charge such as drink driving or drug driving, through to the most serious homicide cases, we have the size, skill and depth of experience to help you.

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Domestic Violence – Sunshine Coast

Applying for a Protection Order
Respondents to Proceedings
Children and Domestic Violence
Breaches of Protection Orders

As lawyers based on the Sunshine Coast who have expertise in domestic violence, we provide advice and guidance to applicants and respondents for all domestic violence proceedings. We also represent people accused of breaching domestic violence orders.

If you are seeking domestic violence lawyers on the Sunshine Coast, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner. As experienced courtroom advocates, we will assist you to protect your rights and advance your interests at every stage. Contact us for advice and representation.

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Government & Compliance Lawyers – Sunshine Coast

Regulatory Lawyers – Sunshine Coast

Corporate Regulators
Commissions and Tribunals
Crime Commissions
Coronial Inquests

At Anderson Fredericks Turner, we assist individuals, businesses and organisations to navigate regulatory and compliance challenges. We act for clients who seek to resolve important issues through commissions and tribunals, as well as act for people facing compulsory or coercive examinations.

If you require advice on an issue of regulatory compliance, or require representation for a courtroom attendance, contact our lawyers. We have significant experience in effectively assisting clients to deal with issues of this nature in a practical way that minimises risk and damage to reputations.

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A POINT OF DIFFERENCE

Courtroom Expertise

The founding principals of Anderson Fredericks Turner were the few practising solicitors in Queensland who had been accredited as barristers and worked in that role for a number of years before operating a law firm.

AFT prides itself on a tradition of associate lawyers who have significant litigation experience in courtrooms and contested hearings.

If you want lawyers who are not still trying to find their feet, we have the courtroom expertise to afford you the best representation for your case.

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Free Case Assessment: Call us on (07) 5479 0098

Contact our Sunshine Coast Lawyers today for a free case assessment. We have the skills and experience to assist you.

If you engage us to represent you, our lawyers will assist you every step of the way. We:

  • inform you of your legal rights and entitlements.

  • inform you of your legal responsibilities, including critical time limitation periods.

  • obtain information that supports the credibility or reliability of any claim you may make or defend. Such information can be decisive to the ultimate outcome.

  • seek an early resolution of your legal issue, including through negotiation and any available conciliation processes that can limit the time litigating the matter.

Failure to exercise certain rights, or acting on the wrong legal advice, can fundamentally affect the rights or entitlements of people facing challenges, particularly those that relate to employment law and criminal law.

WHY CHOOSE US

Courtroom Expertise

The founding principals of Anderson Fredericks Turner were the few practising solicitors in Queensland who had been accredited as barristers and worked in that role for a number of years before operating a law firm.

AFT prides itself on a tradition of associate lawyers who have significant litigation experience in courtrooms and contested hearings.

If you want lawyers who are not still trying to find their feet, we have the courtroom expertise to afford you the best representation for your criminal law case.

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Book Your Consultation

Contact our Sunshine Coast Lawyers today for a free case assessment. We have the skills and experience to assist you.

If you engage us to represent you, our lawyers will assist you every step of the way. We:

  • inform you of your legal rights and entitlements.

  • inform you of your legal responsibilities, including critical time limitation periods.

  • obtain information that supports the credibility or reliability of any claim you may make or defend. Such information can be decisive to the ultimate outcome.

  • seek an early resolution of your legal issue, including through negotiation and any available conciliation processes that can limit the time litigating the matter.

Failure to exercise certain rights, or acting on the wrong legal advice, can fundamentally affect the rights or entitlements of people facing challenges, particularly those that relate to employment law and criminal law.

Regional Magistrates Courts: Relevant Information

Maroochydore Magistrates Court

Maroochydore Magistrates Court

While the Maroochydore Magistrates Court is a busy court that sits each business day of the year hearing all types of cases. Criminal cases are generally heard on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Domestic violence cases are generally heard on Tuesday. If you require lawyers for the Maroochydore Magistrates Court, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner.

Maroochydore Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Bundaberg Magistrates Court

Bundaberg Magistrates Court

In 2019, the Bundaberg Magistrates Court is scheduled to sit most business days of the year. Criminal cases are generally heard on Monday and Friday, with Wednesday being reserved for domestic violence cases. Certain traffic matters are, on average, only allocated two dates per month. If you have a case before the Bundaberg Magistrates Court, contact our lawyers for advice and representation.

Bundaberg Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Caboolture Magistrates Court

Caboolture Magistrates Court

Our Sunshine Coast Lawyers regularly undertake work at the Caboolture Magistrates Court. Generally, it hears criminal cases each business day. Other types of cases, such as domestic violence proceedings, are allocated specified days of the week. Special hardship order applications may be listed on a Friday, or as otherwise ordered by the Caboolture Magistrates Court.

Caboolture Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Caloundra Magistrates Court

Caloundra Magistrates Court

The Caloundra Magistrates Court generally hears cases Monday to Wednesday in each week of the year (except certain dates, such as public holidays). Domestic violence cases are generally heard each Monday, traffic and transport cases each Tuesday, and criminal law matters each Wednesday. If you have a case before the Caloundra Magistrates Court, contact our Sunshine Coast Lawyers.

Caloundra Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Gympie Magistrates Court

Gympie Magistrates Court

In 2019, the Gympie Magistrates Court sits Monday to Thursday most weeks of the year. While domestic violence applications are generally dealt with each Wednesday, criminal law cases are often allocated on Monday or Thursday. If you are seeking experienced lawyers and advocates for the Gympie Magistrates Court, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner.

Gympie Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Hervey Bay Magistrates Court

Hervey Bay Magistrates Court

The Harvey Bay Magistrates Court typically hears matters in the Childrens Court jurisdiction each Friday, with domestic violence applications heard each Tuesday. Traffic charges are generally scheduled on specific dates two or three times per month, meaning unnecessary adjournments can result in lengthy delays that may affect suspension periods. Contact our team for advice or representation.

Hervey Bay Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Nambour Magistrates Court

Nambour Magistrates Court

The Nambour Magistrates Court is a circuit court for Maroochydore Magistrates Court. It operates on a part-time basis and generally hears all cases over two days each month of the year. For contested criminal law and domestic violence proceedings, matters are transferred to the Maroochydore Magistrates Court. Contact us if you need assistance for a case before the Nambour Magistrates Court.

Nambour Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar
Noosa Magistrates Court

Noosa Magistrates Court

Although the Noosa Magistrates Court sits most weeks of the year, it generally only sits two or three days per week. Depending on the nature of the case, it may be that the matter will be allocated on a specific day each month, meaning any unnecessary adjournments can lead to lengthy delays. Contact our team today if you are seeking advice or representation for the Noosa Magistrates Court.

Noosa Magistrates Court – 2019 Calendar

Courts We Attend

Our Sunshine Coast Lawyers regularly represent people facing cases in courts across the Sunshine Coast. We attend numerous court locations, including:

Maroochydore Magistrates Court

While the Maroochydore Magistrates Court is a busy court that sits each business day of the year hearing all types of cases. Criminal cases are generally heard on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Domestic violence cases are generally heard on Tuesday. If you require lawyers for the Maroochydore Magistrates Court, contact Anderson Fredericks Turner.

Link: 2019 Court Calendar
 
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Bundaberg Magistrates Court

In 2019, the Bundaberg Magistrates Court is scheduled to sit most business days of the year. Criminal cases are generally heard on Monday and Friday, with Wednesday being reserved for domestic violence cases. Certain traffic matters are, on average, only allocated two dates per month. If you have a case before the Bundaberg Magistrates Court, contact our lawyers for advice and representation.

Link: 2019 Court Calendar
 
Call Our Lawyers

Caboolture Magistrates Court

Our Sunshine Coast Lawyers regularly undertake work at the Caboolture Magistrates Court. Generally, it hears criminal cases each business day. Other types of cases, such as domestic violence proceedings, are allocated specified days of the week. Special hardship order applications may be listed on a Friday, or as otherwise ordered by the Caboolture Magistrates Court.