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 the 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 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.
Contact us to discuss your matter with Central Australian lawyers.
OUR LAWYERS PRACTICE IN
Wills/Advance Personal Plans
Probate and Estates
Criminal Law (in specialized areas)
31 August 2017
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.
16 April 2020
Let's talk about Wills
If you have noticed the date of this article, you can see where we are at. Yes, right in the middle of the global Coronavirus pandemic. And here I am choosing to discuss wills in my very first contribution to the Povey Stirk set of articles. See More
15 January 2021
Working at Lunch
The Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act provides for payment of lump sum benefits to dependants of workers who die as a result of injuries arising out of or in the course of their employment. In order for the provisions of the Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act to apply, it is not always necessary for the injury to be sustained while the employee is performing his duties of employment. See More