Support LegalTindal, NT 0853

Support Legal

Legal

Hancock Pl Katherine, Tindal, NT 0853

ABN 56615364755
EST 2017

ABOUT

We work efficiently, effectively and flexibly, in a way which meets the needs of both clients and our people.  Practising in both the Northern Territory and Queensland, we are able to provide quality legal services remotely or in person primarily in the areas of property and commercial law.  We support personal clients, Defence families, investors, small business, developers and builders, legal professionals and government to achieve their desired legal outcomes.

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Legal Health Check

A Legal Health Check with our experienced lawyer Deborah will give you the opportunity to discuss your current personal and/or business situation as well as any issues you are experiencing.  This can be done either remotely or in person. Deborah will also look over any documentation before outlining recommendations for you to consider. We will follow up by providing an estimate of the work required and of the professional fees and third party costs involved.

Initial Consultation

An Initial Consultation with our experienced lawyer Deborah, either remotely or in person. Deborah will look over your documentation, discuss your needs and desired outcomes in more detail and discuss exactly what you’d like us to do for you.  Please allow approximately 30 minutes for your Initial Consultation. We will also follow up by providing an estimate of the work required and of the professional fees and third party costs involved.

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Deborah Vella answered a question

I need to protect it with 'intellectual property' laws? Does anyone have any ideas how much this costs to do at all?

It depends on what the program does and how it impacts your clients. You can look at www.ipaustralia.gov.au for basic information about copyright. However you'll need to speak with a lawyer who specifically works in the field of technology and...

Deborah Vella answered a question

For a small business, is Facebook worth the time and effort?

I believe it is worth the time and effort for a service based business. This may change depending on the type of business, the type of client and what you are hoping to achieve. For a service based business, it is important to generate and...

Deborah Vella answered a question

How can I tell if my company has reached the limit of its borrowing capacity? Can I comfortably handle additional debt?

If you're uncertain, it is important to have your accountant look over the numbers. Given fluctuations in the economy and revenue for small business, it would be wise to include a buffer to ride out any difficult trading periods. Keep in mind also...

Deborah Vella answered a question

Franchise or self start up? Which would you choose and why?

It would depend on the proposed owner and what they are looking for. If they are looking for an established business or one that's simple to start up following a set procedure, and to be associated with a recognised brand, then purchasing a...

Deborah Vella answered a question

What is going to be the next "big thing" in the next 5-10 years?

As the next generation comes through to the management levels in business, we seem to be seeing a trend towards more businesses with attributes that appeal to the millennial generation. One of those is working on your own terms in small business...

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What are your favourite marketing success stories?

The marketing that has worked best for Support Legal, and that of friends' businesses, is word of mouth. It is encouraging to hear success stories from others where their effort in maintaining positive client and peer business relationships leads...

Deborah Vella answered a question

Are Internal Processes or External Brand Perception in the Driver's Seat?

Both internal processes and external brand perception are important in business. As the owner of a law practice providing legal services, the external brand perception for Support Legal and personal reputation of myself as a lawyer are crucial to...

Deborah Vella answered a question

How will your business be affected by interest rate rises?

Doesn't both me at all. I'm taking a long term view with my business and aim to grow organically for the first few years at least. I can see how the rises will negatively impact businesses who have recently gone through a large expansion or growth...

Deborah Vella answered a question

What do you like most or least about Budget 2017?

It seems that the Budget 2017 does have small business in mind. While there may not be lots of small immediate perks, the budget helps to create a good foundation for small business to thrive.

Deborah Vella answered a question

What pitfalls or issues did you look for if you bought your company?

I didn't buy my business but I support others who chose to. It is essential to ensure that the main foundations of the business are strong. After that, goodwill and great relationships with clients and customers are a big consideration.

Deborah Vella answered a question

After the sale of your business, what drives you these days?

Rather than the sale of my business, I made a lifestyle choice to start a business. Building up a business that I can work around my family was my lifestyle choice.

Deborah Vella answered a question

Housing affordability: Should we limit/scrap negative gearing?

Negative gearing is one of the factors that feed into the property market. It can be aligned with lack of housing affordability, but so can a number or combination of other factors. Whether negative gearing should be scrapped or limited over time...

Deborah Vella answered a question

What is your recommendation to learn more about business broker/business regulation law?

It depends on the type of business and industry you are looking into. There are a series of laws that govern a variety of different types of businesses in Australia. Then there are often regulations that businesses are required to follow depending...

Deborah Vella answered a question

What happens to your online assets when you die?

You can leave instructions as to your wishes in your will. This may include a wish for another person to be assigned the intellectual property rights. This person then negotiates with the online publishers to grant your wishes.

Deborah Vella answered a question

What does the term mezzanine finance mean?

Mezzanine finance is a type of finance that is part debt and part equity. Essentially, if the debt is not able to be repaid, then the financier has rights to part of the equity in your business or project.

Deborah Vella answered a question

How is a service economy different from a knowledge economy?

In the knowledge economy, suppliers are able to adjust their service offerings to enable businesses to maximise their own service offerings. I see the knowledge suppliers as professionals helping businesses to meet their service goals.

Deborah Vella answered a question

How do you reconcile your differences in opinion as co-founders?

With a very practical partnership agreement. The agreement should cover the values that are most important to each of the partners in business, the decision making process, the process for when decisions are difficult to make and an exit strategy...

Deborah Vella answered a question

Is "No Buyer's Remorse" scalable ?

I would like to see the concept in place, but perhaps without the physical shipping of the return items. It seems to be a waste of time, cost and resources to return the goods when other options are more economical, for example a limit to the...

Deborah Vella answered a question

Am I better off borrowing with the same bank or should I cultivate relationships with several banking institutions?

It depends on what you are trying to achieve. With an ongoing business relationship, your bank may be able to assist you in different ways. However be careful of cross-collateralisation. On the other hand, with borrowing with different banks you...

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Monday: Hours 6:30 AM-8:30 PM
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