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Kells Is Your Local Shellharbour Law Firm

Kells office in Shellharbour is able to help with any legal matter our clients need to deal with. We have teams of specialist lawyers who work together with our 6 partners in their area of expertise to deliver the best possible legal service to our clients.

We work with individuals, small and medium businesses as well as large corporations and government bodies. Our practice areas include family law, property law including conveyancing, Wills, estate planning & trusts, employment law, taxation law, litigation & dispute resolution, local government, planning & environmental law, personal injury and banking & finance law.

Our goal is to be ethical in all that we do while delivering results for our clients and investing in our people and our local community. If you would like an honest assessment of your legal situation, get in touch with the Kells team in Shellharbour.

NEWS

Kells Lawyers elevates three

Kells has boosted three of the firm’s teams with the internal promotions of David Addinall, Natalee Davis and Alexandra Haverkamp.

Mediation: 5 key points you need to consider

Family law mediation: Are you hoping to reach an agreement without going to court? Here are 5 key points you need to consider with mediation.

Cancellation of Paper Certificates of Title

As of 1 July 2019, it became compulsory to complete the majority of conveyancing transactions electronically.

Fairness JobKeeper and Redundancy

Is it legal for employers who are eligible for JobKeeper still proceed to make a position redundant when the employer is receiving a subsidy?

Extension of temporary relief for financially distressed businesses and individuals

The Federal Government will continue to provide regulatory relief for businesses that have been impacted by the Coronavirus crisis by extending temporary insolvency and bankruptcy protections until 31 December 2020.

It is vital for all SMSF members to have an Enduring Power of Attorney

This one-minute read will cover why SMSF members require an Enduring Power of Attorney.

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