How can we help you?
Birch and Co caters to clients who appreciate that the law can be complex, and want the peace of mind that comes with legal advice that is comprehensive, personalised and practical. We are not suited to those who only seek a lawyer for standardised legal work, or just to “tick a box”.
Our mission is to provide you with the quality of legal advice that we would want and expect for ourselves, and our family and friends, if any of us were in your position. We deliver on this by striving for practical advice that addresses not just the obvious issues, but that is also tailored to your strategic goals and which demystifies the process and educates you to anticipate and avoid, or mitigate, related pitfalls. We do all this at a fair price, albeit not at the lowest price.
Birch & Co was established in 1983 as a sole practice by Noel Birch and initially provided advice and assistance in all aspects of Property Law, Commercial Contracts and Estate Planning. Since then, Birch and Co. has become an incorporated legal practice and these core areas of the practice have grown substantially with further practice areas added. The practice now provides expertise and assistance in the following areas:
- Corporate and Commercial
- Real Estate and Development
- Commercial and Retail Leasing
- Building and Construction
- Commercial Litigation and insolvency/Reconstruction
- Wills and Estates
- Elder Law
Our aim has always been to build long-term relationships with our clients and fully understand their business needs in order to obtain the best results for them.
Our solicitors are easily accessible and work together sharing their expertise in their chosen practice areas for the benefit of our clients.
We approach all legal problems holistically and, being a small firm and focussing on clearly defined practice areas, we believe that we are able to provide one-on-one personal service in a cost effective way.
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