Our Legal and Mediation Services
Yes, we are still open for business …
We’ve all heard the news about the spread of the Corona-virus and its far-reaching impacts, both here in Australia and around the world.
We would like to inform you as to how Burke Mead Lawyers is adapting in these rapidly changing circumstances.
As you can appreciate, our first priority is to protect the health and safety of our staff and clients and those they care for.
Our next priority is ensuring our services and support remain uninterrupted during these challenging times for when you may need advice and guidance regarding legal matters.
Our office will remain open; however, as a precaution, we will not be meeting clients face to face. We will continue to work within our office environment for as long as we can, along with being in compliance with our government’s directives and regulations. If our situation changes and we are no long able to keep the office open, be assured our workforce is set up to effectively work remotely. All appointments and correspondence will be conducted by telephone, email or Skype – whichever is convenient for you. We will of course, still be available to answer your calls and act for you as we normally would.
We will continue to keep you informed regarding any issues which may affect you as clients.
Please note: that due to the NBN congestion, we are still experiencing issues with our incoming calls. However, please keep trying to call or email us at email@example.com and we will promptly call you back.
Please be assured, we remain available to assist you at all times, and that we will be continuing to work hard on your behalf.
This is a time of great uncertainty, but we will get through it together.
We have assisted and represented clients who have been injured in Motor Vehicle Accidents, injured in the Workplace and in Public Places, who have experienced Medical or Professional Negligence, and who have needed to access their Superannuation due to sickness or illness.
Who also offer representation and assistance to clients going through Divorce and Separation, who require Parenting Plans and Custody Arrangements, and who need to finalise Property & Financial Matters.
Emma Mead is a Nationally Accredited Mediator who can mediate all Personal Injury Disputes.
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