The Central Australian Law Firm

COVID-19 -Coronavirus Advice

Povey Stirk takes the health of our clients and staff seriously.  We are monitoring the advice from government health authorities regarding management of the COVID-19 outbreak and acting in accordance with it. 

For clients who are displaying symptoms or otherwise unable to attend our office, we offer telephone or videoconference appointments.  If you require this service, please contact reception on 8952 6400.

We are monitoring any interruptions to Court schedules as they occur, and will advise any clients affected as a matter of urgency.

We have developed contingency plans to allow us to continue to service our clients if we are required to isolate or close our office.  Please contact us as normal if you require our assistance.

Povey Stirk

Povey Stirk provide quality legal representation with integrity and professionalism.

We foster connections with the Central Australian community by promoting and preserving the principles of justice and equality while meeting the needs and exceeding the expectations of our clients.

We offer a free initial telephone discussion of up to 20 minutes with an experienced lawyer in relation to Court Litigation matters. We can identify whether your issue can be effectively dealt with by us or whether there are more cost effective alternative solutions.


Contact us to discuss your matter with Central Australian lawyers.

Practice Areas


  • Medical Negligence

  • Personal Injury 

  • Workers Compensation 

  • Commercial Law

  • Contract Law 

  • Wills/Advance Personal Plans 

  • Probate and Estates

  • Family Law

  • Civil Litigation

  • Criminal Law (in specialised areas)     


31 August 22017

The Power of Attorney

Granting Powers of Attorney is the process by which one person donates to another the authority to perform lawful acts on his or her behalf, such as entering into contracts or transferring land. Such powers may also be granted by companies to nominated individuals.

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Nicholas Simmons

7 December 2018

Not quite a will

Fred and Wilma had been friends with Betty and Barney for over 20 years.  Their children had grown up together.  However, Betty decided that her relationship with Barney had run its course and had decided to relocate to Coffin Bay.  Their respective lawyers had finalised a division of their property by way of a Binding Financial Agreement.  See More

John Stirk

22 February 2019

I Deserve Compensation, or do I?

One day at work, there was an issue and Homer was requested to climb a ladder to fix the problem. Unfortunately, he fell over and broke his leg and injured his back. He was taken to the hospital and an operation was done.

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Yarnis Roubos




1st Floor / 8 Gregory Terrace,

Alice Springs NT 0871




08 8952 6400