Family Lawyers Barangaroo
Our Family Lawyers Baranagaroo can be found at Level 24/300 Barangaroo Ave, Sydney NSW.
Our lawyers represent clients at nearby courts including the Sydney Family Court, the Sydney Federal Circuit Court and the Supreme Court of NSW on a regular basis, and are familiar with the judges who preside in those courts.
Conference can be arranged at this location by appointment only.
Call us anytime on (02) 8089 3148 to book your conference at our Baranagaroo office or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our offices at Tower 3 are a short 5 minute walk from Wynyard station.
There is also a Wilson parking station nearby for those who wish to drive in for their appointment.
Barangaroo is a suburb in Sydney’s CBD located on the north-western edge of the Sydney central business district and the southern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Justice Family Lawyers is a strong advocate for sustainable and environmentally friendly practices. This is in line with the Barangaroo project, as all buildings at Barangaroo, regardless of how large or small, contribute to carbon neutrality through annual greenhouse gas reporting and financial contribution towards off-site renewable energy and carbon offsets.
There are solar power stations spread across the rooftops of the various buildings.
International Towers Sydney, the three commercial towers at Barangaroo, have achieved the highest level of green building certification from the Green Building Council of Australia. This is why our family lawyers Barangaroo have decided to open their offices in this building.
The towers are oriented to reduce heat gain on the western side of the building. Cost effective and energy efficient air conditioning is channeled to the buildings through a District Cooling Plant, which also uses Sydney Harbour water for heat rejection.
Make an Appointment For
- Child visitation disputes
- Parenting Plans
- Financial splits after break ups
- Finalising Consent Orders
- Prenuptial agreements
- Binding financial agreements
- Attending Federal Circuit Court for your matter
- Attending the Family Court for your matter
- Attending Supreme Court for your matter
- Contested estates
- Contest a will