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Waverly Court Lawyers
When you are facing a serious legal issue, you want the best lawyers for the job – those with skill, experience and expertise in their area of law. At Armstrong Legal we have many lawyers who have been recognised formally by the Law Society of New South Wales as accredited specialists in their area of law.
Our lawyers are based in the Sydney CBD but appear regularly at Waverly Local Court. We can assist clients with their matters via phone or video appointments – so whilst you are welcome to come and visit us in person, that is not always necessary. We frequently assist people from all over NSW with their legal problems and clients come to Armstrong Legal because we are the best people for the job.
Our experienced lawyers practice in a number of areas of law including criminal law, traffic law, family law, administrative law, corporate crime, commercial law and contested wills. Our lawyers can offer immediate advice and support when you need it the most.
You can rely on our team to provide a prompt service and maintain confidentiality at all times. We are committed to providing our clients with thorough, high quality legal advice. Get access to a qualified legal team and gain peace of mind with representation from true professionals who can provide valuable legal advice at an affordable cost.
Armstrong Lawyers is a professional law firm home to accredited law specialists. The legal practice has been established for a number of years and has helped thousands of Australians with legal advice. Our expert lawyers are here for you no matter your situation. Armstrong Legal law firm is home to a number of specialist lawyers who attend Waverly Court regularly. We are available to help now. We can do appointments via phone or video link – whatever is most convenient to you.
Why choose our law firm
We strive to provide our clients with accessible, personalised and affordable legal advice.
Our office staff are friendly and reliable.
We apply our legal expertise and lateral thinking skills to achieve the best possible outcome.
Armstrong Waverley Law Firm
- We strive to provide our clients with accessible, personalised and affordable legal advice.
- Our office staff are friendly and reliable.
- We apply our legal expertise and lateral thinking skills to achieve the best possible outcome.
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Waverly Local Court
The Waverley Local Court is located at 151 Bronte Road, Waverley in New South Wales. The Local Court is the court where all criminal matters involving adults commence. It is also the court that hears summary criminal matters, including traffic offences and Apprehended Domestic Violence Order applications. The Waverley Local Court sits as the Waverley Children’s Court for matters involving people under the age of 18. These are held in the same room as the Local Court, but anyone not connected with the case will be asked to leave when the court is sitting as the Children’s Court.
If you have a matter before the Waverley Local Court, make sure you arrive well before the time your matter is listed. You should be neatly and conservatively dressed and you should come prepared to be at court for several hours.
The doors to the court typically open at 9 am. It is ideal to arrive about this time. Once inside, if you are unrepresented, let the registry staff know you are there as they will tick off your name and let you know which courtroom your matter is in. The court list commences at 9:30 am.
Representing clients in court is a critical component of Armstrong Legal’s Waverly Lawyers daily activities. Our lawyers appear regularly in the below courts.
Waverly Local Court
The Waverly Local Court is the court where all criminal matters involving adults commence. It is also the court that hears summary criminal matters including traffic offences, hearings, and domestic violence order applications.
Waverly Children’s Court
The Children’s Court deals with criminal matters where the accused is under 18. These are held in the same room as the Local Court, but anyone not connected with the case will be asked to leave when the court is sitting as the Children’s Court.