Originally founded in 1985 in Perth by Mr Anthony J Aristei, Irwin Legal has now established itself as a reliable and reputable boutique law firm, dedicated to offering clients competitive rates for legal services and a professional experience.
Specialising in commercial litigation, property and company law, Tony has acted as counsel in a large number of cases over the past three decades.
At Irwin Legal, we consistently work towards the best practical outcome for our clients. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work, and we have the results to show for it!
1. How soon will I receive a response to my enquiry?
Generally, within 1-2 working days.
2. Do I need to commit to a formal engagement during the free consultation?
No! The obligation free initial consultation involves getting to the real issues you face, and determining the possible courses of action to resolve your case.
3. I have a property dispute, should I make enquiries?
Yes, we deal in various property law dispute matters with dedication and an eye for detail that attracts the results you are after. This can range from issuing a letter of demand, to commencing an action in the Supreme Court.
4. I have been served with a letter of demand, what should I do?
Contact us now for advice. We can also help with the preparation of an appropriate response.
5. I have a tenancy dispute with a landlord/tenant, can you help me?
Yes, we can help with sending out the relevant letters of demand, statutory notices and Court or tribunal applications.
6. Who will work on my case?
At Irwin Legal, your matter is always left in confident, capable hands.
In cases where a higher level of expertise is required, we employ the services of an experienced Senior Counsel to assist with the matter.
7. Do you practice in criminal matters?
We do not practice in criminal matters.
8. How much do you charge?
We aim to provide our services in a way that is cost-efficient, fair and transparent. We charge according to a scale, or list, set out by the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
When you come to an initial conference, we will provide you with costs disclosure under the Legal Profession Act (2008).
For more general FAQs see the Legal Practice Board (WA)’s website.
Pt 3: Getting information about the property and its owner (to lodge or remove a caveat)
Pt 2: Getting a title search (to lodge or remove a caveat)
Pt 1: Introduction to Caveats