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WELCOME

"We established Romans & Romans Lawyers because we saw a need for a law firm that was different - one which provided efficient, cost effective access to senior lawyers of considerable experience."

Romans and Romans is a partnership between two brothers with a common vision – to provide the best quality personal and commercial legal services without the traditional hurdles of cost and time that can often make visiting a lawyer's office a daunting experience.

Our mission is to empower our clients, in a timely and practical manner, to achieve the results that they want and need. We take the time to understand you, your business and your affairs.

We are a law firm providing commercial and personal legal services across a wide range of disciplines. From Conveyancing to Debt Recovery; Contractual Advice to Contractual Disputes; Building Licensing to Asset Protection; Work Cover to Court Actions. We also deal with affairs of the Queensland Building and Construction Commission.

We have an exceptional team culture that helps us develop strong client relationships, a better understanding of our clients’ businesses, and to deliver outcomes that align with our clients’ needs. Our solicitors strive to create an ongoing relationship with our clients by meeting and exceeding their needs. We drive to create value in our delivery as well as satisfying our clients’ legal requirements, priding ourselves on setting and meeting the highest standards in the way we operate.

We specialise in
QBSA, BSA, and BCIPA building matters, including the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC)

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