Armour & Allen lawyers and solicitors is a full-service law firm based in Adelaide CBD. Our qualified team specialise in a range of practice areas including Family Law, Commercial & Corporate Law, Wills & Estate Law, Criminal Law and Mediation.
Established in the 1980's, our practice is built on values of trust, commitment and integrity. Over the years, we have successfully defended thousands of major and minor law cases. Our Adelaide lawyers and solicitors take a collaborative and strategic get the best possible result for you.
As an accredited Adelaide law firm of the South Australian Law Society, we ensure our clients receive optimal legal advice tailored to their needs. Our lawyers also make frequent appearances in all Adelaide metropolitan, South Australian regional, and Federal based courts.
Our office is contactable seven days a week for emergency queries or for general advice on your matter. If you wish to get in touch with our expert lawyers in Adelaide, feel free to contact our law firm. To learn more about us, click here.
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We offer a free 30 minute phone consultation to discuss your issue.
Richard Armour is the Principal of Armour & Allen and is one of the most reputable Adelaide lawyers in South Australia. This is due to his extensive experience and high success rate in resolving clients legal issues. In 1978 he was admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of South Australia and been practicing as a lawyer in Adelaide for over 38 years. Richard has also worked in a wide range of legal areas and has represented clients all over Australia in a range of legal matters. Click here to read full biography.
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