Commercial Lawyers Perth.

Big firm quality. Small firm agility.

Fletcher Law is a boutique commercial law firm in Perth’s CBD.

We are efficient operators.  We are direct and engaged.

Our dedicated commercial lawyers Perth achieve outstanding results for our clients in corporate, commercial and business law matters, including complex litigation.

We provide astute, strategic legal advice, prioritising:

1.  Open and clear communication.

2.  Commercial legal solutions.

3.  High quality, timely client service.

Our client base includes:

1.  high net worth individuals and family groups;

2.  small to medium sized businesses;

3.  large national and international corporations; and

4.  not for profit organisations including clubs and incorporated associations.

We work to understand our clients’ needs.  We focus on the most important issues.

Due to the size and nature of our practice, clients receive close attention from the firm’s senior partners.

We invite you to read the testimonials about our services.

Commercial Lawyers Perth Solicitors CBD: (+61 8) 6211 8600

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We have experience in most areas of corporate and commercial law.  We also engage barristers, manage experts and assist in-house counsel.  Our lawyers have local and international experience at large top tier law firms.

Our commercial lawyers and litigators properly engage with clients from the start.  We ensure the scope and the likely costs are clear.  We provide regular updates on progress and fees.  We aim to get the job done quickly.

Where appropriate, we are open to flexible fee structures, including fixed fees or staged payment plans. 

If we don’t have sufficient expertise to advise on a particularly specialised area of law we will guide you in the right direction.

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Creditor Bankruptcy Notices

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