Lawyers Brisbane: (07) 3151 7573
Go To Court Lawyers are in Brisbane to attend to your court case and to give you good legal advice.
The experienced team is located in two convenient CBD locations. Go To Court Lawyers at 452 / 456 George Street, Brisbane is situated directly across from the Supreme and District Courts building on the Herschel Street end of George Street. There is parking available on Tank Street and plenty of public transport options being within walking distance of the Brisbane Transit Centre.
Our second Brisbane CBD office is located on Level 7, “The Christie Building” 320 Adelaide Street, Brisbane. Located at the corner of Adelaide and Wharf Street, with parking directly across the road and nearby bus stops.
Professional and passionate, Go To Court’s Brisbane lawyers are available for appointments in person, telephone and video conference. You can request an appointment with a dedicated Brisbane solicitor using our online booking tool.
If you have a court case coming up in Brisbane, or just need some good legal advice, our Brisbane Lawyers are ready to help.
Request an appointment with Go To Court Lawyers Brisbane or call us on (07) 3151 7573 to get the help from one of our experienced Brisbane lawyers.
We cover Brisbane and all surrounding areas and specialise in the following areas:
Our criminal law solicitors are experienced in providing sound advice and representation in criminal matters.
Go To Court’s lawyers in Brisbane also provide advice in relation to police searches and assistance in parole applications. Your Go To Court lawyer will handle every step of the process and fight for your defence.
If your matter is more complex, requiring an international child abduction application or a supervision order, our Brisbane solicitors provide tailored services to achieve positive outcomes. Our team can also provide services for obtaining consent orders and enforce property orders in the Family Court on your behalf.
Other matters we specialise in when it comes to civil law are:
Repeat offenders may also face prison so it is important to seek advice from an experienced solicitor first.
As part of sentencing, our lawyers will fight for minimal penalties by advocating recognition of drivers’ education. This can also help you avoid committing a similar offence.
Go To Court’s Brisbane lawyers will walk you through each step, and provide helpful advice and strong representation in all aspects of your drink or drug driving charge.
Whether it is information about which visa is most suitable for you or taking care of the whole visa application process, our service objective is to achieve the best possible outcome for you.
Our Brisbane lawyers and migration agents have a complete understanding of Australian immigration law and can handle complex migration issues such as visa cancellation, appeals at the Tribunal, judicial review and ministerial intervention.
The types of claims our lawyers specialise in are:
- Motor vehicle and car accidents;
- Workplace compensation;
- Product liability claims;
- Obtaining compensation;
- Superannuation claims;
Our compensation team in Brisbane will walk you through each step, providing you with understanding, compassion and strong representation.
The laws in Queensland restrict what information we can publish on our website about the services we offer. If you would like to know more, please call our Legal Hotline on 1300 636 846 for an obligation-free assessment of your particular situation.
Courthouses in Brisbane
Brisbane District and Supreme Courts is at number 415 George Street, Brisbane City. The Brisbane Transit Centre and Roma Street Station are at the opposite end of the building. Read More
Brisbane Magistrates Court is at 363 George Street, Brisbane City. The Brisbane Magistrates Court is on the corner of George and Turbot Street. This building was opened in November 2004 by the Queensland Premier Peter Beattie, and currently contains 26 courtrooms. Read More
Roma Street Magistrates Court is at 240 Roma Street, Brisbane City. The Courthouse is located on the intersection of Roma and Garrick Streets. The Brisbane Transit Centre and Roma Street Station are directly opposite the Courthouse. Read More