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Community Education and Information Session – Older Women’s Network

New Way Lawyers Principal Lawyer, Jennifer Claridge, and Lawyer, Joanne Auyeung from our Capalaba office joined a meeting of the Older Women’s Network sharing about Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Advance Health Directives. Jennifer provided general information about these legal documents and took questions from the floor about the range of options available when formalising wishes regarding future care arrangements and distribution of an estate. The attendees were also provided with some take home resources containing further information.

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Thank you to the Older Women’s Network for giving us the opportunity to meet their group of lovely ladies and provide this education and information session. A representative of the group made contact with us after picking up one of our Estate Planning Health Check flyers which we have at our offices and Community Document Witnessing JP Stands.

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We look forward to being able to provide more Community Education and Information sessions in our community. If you’re part of a community group that may benefit from information on any aspect of family law or estate law, we would love to hear from you and would be happy to arrange a tailored Education and Information session.

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New Way Lawyers enters the Shark Tank

New Way Lawyers Capalaba were invited to attend the Shark Tank Dinner 2.0 held at the Redlands RSL, Cleveland by the Office of Andrew Laming MP. Together with 14 other non profit organisations, CEO Carolyn had 2.5 minutes to share about New Way Lawyers to attendees from various business and community groups and pitch for funding for furniture and equipment at our new Capalaba office.  At the start of 2016 New Way Lawyers relocated its office in Capalaba due to increased demand for services.  The new office will mean that legal assistance can be provided to twice as many people compared to last year.


“Over the past four years New Way Lawyers Capalaba office has helped over 550 individuals who have been involved in difficult and emotional legal situations such as separation, divorce or the passing of a loved one.

Each of these 550 individuals have a painful and difficult story to share:

From the distraught parent who wants to spend time with their children after not seeing them for over a year;

To the spouse who needs access to funds after leaving the family home and everything they own due to family violence;

Then there is the grieving partner left to deal with the complex financial affairs arising from their loved one passing away without a will;

And the grandparent who is stepping up to care for their grandchild because they are living in an unsafe and dangerous environment.

There are so many more stories that I could share with you tonight and I am sure that each of you probably also have stories about family members, friends or work colleagues who have been through similar situations.

Although the stories that I have shared with you are unique there is one common theme. Each of these people came to New Way Lawyers because they weren’t eligible for government funded Legal Services, like Legal Aid, but on the other hand they couldn’t access legal services from a normal law firm because the fees were too expensive. 

As a non profit law firm New Way Lawyers represents the middle ground between government funded legal services and normal law firms. New Way Lawyers doesn’t provide free services but the fees charged for services are not as expensive as those charged by normal law firms. New Way Lawyers fees are more affordable because the purpose of the fees is simply to cover costs not to generate profit. The reality is that by operating as a non profit law firm New Way Lawyers fees are about 1/3 to ½ less than the fees charged by normal law firms.”

The Capalaba team enjoyed a lovely night sharing about our vision and learning about the great non profit organisations supporting the Bayside community.



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Seniors Week 2015

Last week New Way Lawyers joined the Brisbane Seniors Week celebrations at the Logan Loves Seniors Day event and the ‘It’s on for young and old’ event at Sherwood Respite Service.

At the Logan Loves Seniors Day event the Principal Lawyer of our Corinda office, Andrew, and the Senior Lawyer of our Capalaba office, Jennifer mingled with seniors providing general information about Wills and Powers of Attorney and sharing some classic lawyer jokes.film Toni Erdmann 2016 streaming

Andrew and Jennifer at the Logan Loves Seniors DayAndrew and Jennifer at the Logan Loves Seniors Day

On Saturday our Senior Estate Lawyer Carol and Corporate Services Coordinator, Joanne, met locals from the Sherwood area at the Sherwood Respite Service.

The New Way Lawyers team enjoyed a change of scenery at these events and meeting the seniors of our local community. We also valued meeting various service providers and learning about services available to support seniors. Through these connections New Way Lawyers can refer clients to appropriate services when the need arises.

We were also pleasantly surprised to find out we had won the ‘It’s on for young and old’ Sherwood Respite Service Lucky Door Prize.

Carol with the lovely lucky door prize.Carol with the lovely lucky door prize.
New Way Lawyers want to thank the organisers of these events Logan City Council and Sherwood Respite Care.


New Way Family Lawyers provide a more affordable range of family law services and a caring approach to your separation, divorce or estate. Call 07 3278 3992