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The team at Kells bring a fresh approach to legal services in Wollongong.

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Kells thinks differently. We shape our legal services to suit your individual needs.

Wollongong Lawyers You Can Trust

Kells Wollongong has been helping our clients through some of the most demanding and emotional moments of their lives for over fifty years. We use our expertise to simplify the legal process and achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family. contact us>

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Why Choose Kells Lawyers in Wollongong

Kells combines experience, enthusiasm and dedication to bring a unique legal service to Wollongong. Our lawyers listen and work in partnership with you to make sure your dealings with us are positive, seamless and deliver the results you want. 

We have specialist teams dedicated to all areas of the law including family law, business and banking law, criminal law, employment law, compensation law, property and development law, as well as estate planning, wills and trusts. Each practice group is led by one of our six partners, so you can be confident your are receiving the legal expertise you deserve.

Giving back to our community is an important part of the Kells fabric, and our way of recognising the support we have received over the years. Whatever legal issue you might be facing, you can talk to the friendly team at Kells in Wollongong for genuine advice you can trust.

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