ALF Lawyers

Unit 21, Strathpine Central, 357 Gympie Road Strathpine QLD 4500



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Affordable Conveyancing Services, Wills, Commercial Leases, Property Law, Power of Attorney.

ALF Lawyers provides affordable conveyancing services, wills, commercial leasing and property law.  For a 24 hour quote, click on this link or call Chantal on 30886161 

Our company believes in providing you the best possible service whilst ensuring your interests are protected.  Below is an outline of our services: 


Buying or selling your home, unit, land or an investment property is a big decision which A.L.F. Lawyers take seriously.  To make sure the transaction goes smoothly, our experienced team will work with you to get the job done quickly and efficiently, and ensure that your interests are protected at all times.



Pre-Contract AdvicePreparation of contractsContract reviewProperty negotiationSearchesProperty settlementsAuction enquiries



A.L.F. Lawyers can assist you in the preparation of wills and assist with probate or letters of administration. A Will is a document which allocates your assets upon your death. The preparation of a Will is very important, and we will draft a Will to represent your wishes, from basic Wills to very complex Wills.  We can also assist you with a Power of Attorney or Enduring Power of Attorney



A business property lease or commercial lease is a legally binding contract between a business owner and the owner of the real estate property. At A.L.F. Lawyers, we understand that a good lease for your business premises is vital and could mean the difference between success or failure.

A poor leasing decision can be a costly mistake as a lease is usually central to the goodwill, value, and future sale of the business. For a 24 hour quote email or visit our website



Sub-Division, Townhouse Developments, Unit Developments, Property Law, Buying and Selling of Commercial Property.


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One of the toughest jobs you can ever do is to watch the decline of a loved one to a mental disease.  More so, when you are the full-time carer and you have to contend with everything from toilet and washing duties to sometimes physical and verbal abuse.  It can be rewarding, but soul-destroying is another term that could be used.

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At the time of Noreen’d death, she would not have weighed more than 37 kilograms.

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If you find yourself being the primary carer for a dementia patient it is essential to keep in contact with the community – family members, neighbours, health care facilities, counselling.


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