Bartels Lawyers was established over 35 years ago by Ralph Bartels. The practice is still owned and run by Ralph, who now leads a dedicated team of lawyers committed to upholding the reputation of Bartels Lawyers. The firm is based in the southern suburbs of Brisbane, supporting the community and the people who need it most.
We have built a reputation on providing affordable services to our clients and staying committed to delivering the best possible results. Our promise to you is to care about the outcome of your claim as much as you.
Our vision is to maintain our high level of service and success within our Brisbane market and continue to assist those who need clarity and commitment in what can be a stressful time.
We adhere to the following:
Respect – to you and to each other.
Positivity – remain positive at all times.
Commitment – 100% commitment to your case.
Communication – clear communication to keep you completely informed at all times.
Why Choose Bartels?
We are for you. We care about your outcome as much as you do.
The initial consultation is free.
We operate on a no win, no fee* basis. This policy ensures that everyone has access to justice and legal representation despite financial circumstances.
We are a credible, local firm that has been established for 35 years.
We aim to resolve your claim as quickly as possible, with a dedicated team that will remain 100% committed through every step of the legal process.
We genuinely care. We respect the sensitive and difficult circumstances that brought you to us and provide you with an objective, sensitive assessment of your situation.
Property Settlements | Divorce | De Facto Relationship Breakdowns | Dividing Assets
The breakdown of a relationship is usually one of the most difficult and painful experiences in a person’s life. In addition to the often highly emotional aspects of separation, there are many important legal and financial issues to consider.
At Bartels Lawyers, we respect the sensitive and difficult circumstances that bring you to us in matters of relationship breakdown. We will take the time to listen to you and provide an objective assessment of your situation and provide you with legal advice based on our expertise representing clients. We will then work with you to assure you that all of your legal interests are fully protected.
Wills and Estates
Although the law recognises a person’s right to choose who will inherit his or her property, there are often very good reasons why a will should be contested and family members may often contest a will that is unfair.
What is a Will?
A Will is a legal document which will as far as possible ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after you die. Any person 18 years or older or under 18 if married and of sound mind can make a Will.
What will happen if I don’t make a Will?
If you die without a Will, your assets will be distributed according to the laws of Intestacy.
Preparing your Will
A Will is a complex legal document and should be prepared by your solicitor.
Changes to your Will
You are free to change your Will as often as you wish.
Can I prepare my own Will?
You can, but at the risk of costly legal battles amongst relatives.
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