Versace McKenzie Lawyers

Level 4, 9-13 Young Street Sydney CBD NSW 2000

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Versace McKenzie Lawyers is a dynamic law firm that is “in-touch” with today's market needs and demand. We provide legal services to a wide range of clients in areas including; Conveyancing & Property, Commercial & Corporate, Debt Recovery, Commercial Litigation and Family Law. Versace McKenzie Lawyers has also introduced the “fixed-fee arrangements” incentive for many of the services that it provides. Under this arrangement you will be in control of the legal expenses from day one! For more information, visit our website on www.vmlaw.com.au

Who are we?

Versace McKenzie Lawyers is a fast-growing and dynamic law firm with offices in the CBD, Chatswood and Parramatta.

Our mission is to provide our client with high-quality, personalised and cost-effective legal services.

We understand that in our competitive environment, time is always of an essence. So at Versace McKenzie Lawyers we ensure all enquiries are attended to within 24 hours.

Our area of expertise includes:

  • Property/Conveyancing
  • Commercial and Corporate
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Debt recovery
  • Family Law

How do we differ from other firms?

At Versace McKenzie Lawyers we are able to provide our clients with a “fixed-fee arrangement” for all transactional matter with no hidden costs. That way, you can be assured that there will be no “surprises” when you receive your bill and you will be in control of the legal cost from Day 1!

So what type of services do you provide a fixed fee arrangement?

  • Conveyancing of property – Purchase & Sale
  • Commercial – Purchase / Sale of Business
  • Family Law – Divorce Application, Property Settlement Agreements & Parenting Agreements

Complimentary first consultation:

If you have any questions about our service or want to know more about how we can assist you, why not come in for an obligation-free first consultation with one of our lawyers.

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