Support LegalTindal, NT 0853

Support Legal

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Hancock Pl Katherine, Tindal, NT 0853

ABN 56615364755
EST 2017


We offer quality Australian legal documents and tools online that can be used by small law practices as part of their services to their own clients. We also offer legal services for small law practices.


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Why should a customer hire your business over other service professionals?

We support you by offering customised, quality legal documents online for your Australian small business, without legal advice. The documents can be accessed at any time on any device. Complete the interview online, have a customised document in a few minutes. See any lawyer for legal advice.

Which geographical areas does your business service?

Online in Australia.

What experience, certificates, and licenses does your business have to qualify for the job?

All online automated documents are drafted by experienced lawyers, who are appropriately qualified and insured. All documents are provided without legal advice. See any lawyer if you need legal advice.

Are there specific areas of your trade or industry that your business specialises in?

We provide documents for all Australian small businesses. If you'd like changes to the document which are specific to your trade or industry, simply provide a Word version of the document to your lawyer. Your lawyer will be able to make any necessary changes and provide you with legal advice.

How do you normally charge for your services?

All documents can be purchased online using a credit card. These are provided without legal advice. We will enter a costs agreement with you if you need our legal advice services. We do not charge per hour of time. We will work out an appropriate fee when we discuss the work you need us to do.

What makes your pricing competitive?

You won't be charged per hour of time spent on your matter. Therefore, we don't reward ourselves for being inefficient or wasting time. Our pricing is designed to be fair in exchange for our valuable documents and services, which are provided efficiently and conveniently.

What are your customers` most frequently asked questions?

You can find answers to your questions at Feel free to take a look around. If you still have questions, please contact us.

What is the profile of your ideal customer? e.g. industry, size of business, revenue, number of employees and so on.

Any Australian small business, organisation or individual. We also support Australian legal professionals and non-legal professional advisors. See for all of the opportunities to use Support Legal documents in your business.

Are there any special offers available to customers on SavvySME?

Check out our website regularly and sign up to our email marketing list to hear of all the latest special offers. Connect with us on Facebook, Linked In, Instagram and Twitter.

How is your business insured and what guarantees do you provide your customers?

Our lawyers are appropriately qualified and insured. Our legal advice services are subject to the regulations within the legal industry.

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