Doconade Legal & Migration
We are specialist Lawyers providing the following services:
- Family Law Matters
- Immigration & Visa Matters
- Wills, Estates & Inheritance Disputes
- Criminal Law
- Property & Conveyancing Matters
- Business & Commercial Law
Our Migration Agents provide the following work:
- General Skilled Migration Visas
- Employer Sponsored Visas
- Business & Investment Visas
- Tourist Visas
- Study Visas
- Family Reunification Visas
- Refugee Visas
We can appear in all Courts and Tribunals on behalf of clients.
Call us on +61 8 7226 1385 to make a time to see one of our staff today!
Our Team Profiles
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At Doconade we do not believe in highlighting any member of the team above any other. All the staff at Doconade are good at what they do so why not give them a call on 08 7226 1385 to find out.
Please note that the following testimonials are collected, supplied and maintained by Doconade Legal & Migration.
Debbie remains free because of our quick, robust legal representation.
Nichol is able to stay in the country as a permanent residence of this country because of the efforts of our staff
William secured his visa through our office and now has a job working in Melbourne.
Frequently Asked Questions
A grant of probate is required where a will exists and the executor applies to the Probate Registry to have the right to deal with the estate on behalf of the deceased.
Letters of administration is required where a will does not exist and an administrator applies to the Probate Registry to have the right to deal with the estate on behalf of the deceased.
Both should be done with the assistance of a lawyer and we at Doconade can help you.
My partner has our children and she plans on leaving the country what can I do?
There are a number of avenues for stopping someone from taking children who are the subject of a custody dispute. You must however act quickly so please give us a call on 08 7226 1385 to make a time with one of our lawyers to discuss your matter today.My ex has sold property after we have separated. What can I do?
There are a number of avenues available here to ensure your legal rights are protected. You should call our office on 08 7226 1385 to make a time with one of our family lawyers to discuss your legal rights.Can I do my immigration matters by myself?
Of course you can. You can also fix your own car or perform your own surgery if you want. We however don't recommend it. Lots of the advice we provide relate to clients who have attempted to do their own visa applications and have made a mess of their file and unfortunately sometimes we cannot help at that stage. Use a professional and call us on 08 7226 1385 to make a time with one of our migration agents.What is a power of attorney?
A Power of Attorney is used to empower another person or persons to deal with your legal and financial affairs when you wish them to. This may be at the time of executing the document or when you have lost the capacity to deal with these matters yourself.What is a power of guardianship?
A power of guardianship exists to empower another person or persons to make medical, health and general well-being decisions on your behalf when you have lost the ability to make those decisions for yourself.My family member has died without a will, what do I do?
You may need to get a grant of letter of administration. Give our office a call on 08 7226 1385 (local call) to help.How quick do you process visas?
Our office aims to submit a visa on your behalf between 2-3 months after you agree to coming board with our firm.
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