SPM Law - Sykes Pearson Miller is located at Noosa Heads, Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
SPM Law also known as Sykes Pearson Miller has been in existence in some form or other for over 100 years. In that time we have earned the reputation of being the leading law firm in Noosa. We have five lawyers and many highly trained and skilled administrative personnel including designated conveyancing staff. The firm also has a visited office in Cooroy.
Our team has a commitment to excellence and provides clients with expert knowledge and advice. We utilise the latest in technology to assist the growing demands of the community when seeking legal services.
Well recognised as providing a high level of customer service, the entire SPM Law team are proud to have established an extensive client base from a wide cross section of the community, comprising individuals, small and medium businesses, corporations, developers, not for profit organisations and local government.. Embracing the core values of integrity and trust ensures the relationship with our clients is long standing and successful. Our clients include local and South East Queensland residents, and, because of the area's unique attraction to investors and tourists, they also include residents from other parts of Queensland, other states and overseas.
Legal Practitioner Director, Michael Sobey has been a partner for 14 years . Michael, as well as the entire SPM Law team are very connected with the community in both work and life and are involved with many sporting clubs and charities.
SPM Law - Sykes Pearson Miller offer a broad range of legal services and are also able to provide the necessary specialised skills required. We practice in most areas of law with particular expertise in family law, litigation ( including debt recovery and traffic offences), all commercial transactions, local government, conveyancing, leasing, estate planning and administration, including the preparations of Wills and Power of Attorneys. Our goal is to maintain the high standard already set and to provide efficient and effective, high quality legal and associated services to serve our clients best interests.
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