About Us


Joining our team is like joining our family.
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We are a group of like-minded people who share common values and want to drive positive change.

Our success and positive reputation are a testament to the hard work and dedication demonstrated by every single person on our team here at Gallaghers. With a focus on teamwork, excellent communication, and solid organisational skills, we can confidently attest to having a warm and welcoming working environment where no one feels like they are left behind.

We actively support our staff in their endeavours to upskill, pursue additional areas of their qualifications, or help them become involved in any community activities that interest them. With a strong emphasis on staff retention, we want our employees to be enthusiastic, respectful, and supportive of our clients as well as each other.
If you are looking for Practical Legal Training (PLT) placement, we do accept applicants at our practice, though a disclaimer; we aren’t like a lot of other law firms! If you are offered a spot, prepare yourself for a fun experience! We welcome interest in PLT via our contact us page.
For other roles within our business, we hire based on practice area needs and when required. We only want individuals who not only have a passion for their work, but also a positive attitude and good judgement, strong ethics and moral compass and well, a desire to kick goals both in work and in life!
Currently, there are no vacancies at Gallaghers, but we’d still love to hear from you! Send us your credentials and we can keep it on file.
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Frequently asked questions

In most circumstances, we can work around what is more convenient for you. We are generally able to work with clients over the phone, via email, or zoom, but if you’d like to meet in person, we can set that up too. Obviously, if there is paperwork to sign we will work with you to arrange an accessible location.

During this 15 minute consultation, we will typically discuss your legal matter and why it is you’ve come to us. We can outline a suggested approach, associated costs to move forward, and the next steps should you choose to continue with our services.

Without meeting or understanding the complexity of your situation, it’s difficult to provide an unmitigated cost. After discussions, once we understand the circumstances of your legal matter, we will be able to give you an estimate of the range of costs you may incur.

We do offer fee arrangements (such as instalments) and can discuss these with you once we establish a way forward. We are always prepared to work with you to come up with a mutually acceptable arrangement.

No, we do not bill in six-minute intervals. We can usually provide a fixed fee quote once we establish the associated works involved in your matter.

We will always be upfront with how long processes take and aim to work as quickly as possible, particularly when you are working to a tight timeframe.

Just remember that some steps in the timeline are out of our hands, so be sure to take that into account.

To prepare for your first appointment, we’ll ask you to send us any documents relating to your matter, as well as any notes that might help us to understand the background a little better.

By the end of your appointment, both of us should know whether or not we can help in your particular matter and the pathway forward. We can also discuss any fees and/or charges to expect to resolve your issue.

Our flat fee for basic general conveyancing is $1,500+GST, plus any disbursements that might come up in that particular matter. Complicated matters may incur a higher fee. Again, we will always be upfront with the charges you can expect.

A Will is an important legal document that outlines your wishes, including how you want your assets distributed, when you die. A well drafted Will may prevent potential family disagreements and reduce the risk of claims against your estate. They can also provide instruction for the appointment of guardians for children under 18 years old, so it’s important your document is up to date and reviewed every couple of years.

Yes, bring your marriage certificate to your meeting. Know that before applying for a divorce, you need to be separated for at least 12 months, but importantly, you do not need to be divorced to obtain a property settlement. We can guide you through that process.

Yes, we can witness your documents by prior appointment.

Any other questions? Just ask!

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