Kingston Lawyers – Advocate Lawyers
Everything you need to know about finding and visiting our Kingston law firm
We offer a broad range of legal services at our Kingston office:
Where to find our Kingston law firm?
Our Kingston office is conveniently located at shop 9/7 John St in Kingston. Entry is via ITP Accounting. For convenience, see the map at the bottom of the page.
What are the opening Hours of our Kingston firm
We’re open weekdays on Monday through to Friday from 8.45am – 5pm.
We are closed on Saturday and Sunday and public holidays.
Do I need to book an appointment?
Bookings are recommended to ensure that someone is available to talk to you and so you can get the most out of your time with us, you can contact us on 6204 9000 to book your appointment. We offer 15 minute initial appointments by phone so that you can find out how we can help you.
If your enquiry is about family law or creating a will we highly recommend visiting those pages first and completing our free planning assistant. This will get you prepared for your first meeting making it much quicker and easier.
Is there parking at our Kingston offices?
There are plenty of carparks available at our premises, and along and around John St. We are also walking distance from Kingston plaza and Channel Court shopping centers where more parking is available.
Which areas of Tasmania do we service from our Kingston law firm?
Our primary locations are Salamanca Place and Kingston. We find that many of our clients prefer to conference by telephone or via video link to save on travel time and we have those facilities available. We have many clients locate in Launceston, Devonport, Burnie and even interstate. To find out how we can accomodate you please get in contact with us.
Not able to get to our Hobart or Kingston offices?
Because we are flexible with meeting by phone or video if necessary we can take instructions from you no matter where you are located within Tasmania. While our offices are currently in southern Tasmania, if your matter is in a Court located in Launceston, Devonport or Burnie we may still be able to represent you as many court matters are now conducted by video conference and do not require your lawyer to be physically at the Court.