Who we are

Brydens Lawyers is the law firm specialising in Wills and Estate Law.  Whether it is the preparation of a simple Will or assisting in the resolution of a complicated legal dispute over an estate, Brydens Lawyers are expertly positioned to assist and act in the interests of their clients to find the best possible outcome by resolving the dispute expertly, efficiently and economically.

Initially established in the South Western suburbs of Sydney over 40 years ago Brydens Lawyers quickly cemented a reputation as the go to law firm for legal advice and representation.  Since that time Brydens Lawyers has become one of the largest and leading law firms in NSW with offices throughout metropolitan Sydney and beyond.  Brydens Lawyers has never waivered in its commitment to providing expert legal advice and representation to all its clients, no matter who they are and where they come from, at an affordable price.

 

Why we are

Brydens Lawyers recognise that the public wants to deal with people who are the best at what they do.  Our professionals are experts, knowledgeable in the law, reliable and consistently deliver the best legal advice and representation for value.

Whether it be the pursuit of a compensation claim, to resolve marital, family or estate issues, assisting with a complicated commercial transaction or the purchase of property, Brydens Lawyers has and will always be there.  No matter what type of case, no matter what type of problem, Brydens Lawyers are expertly positioned to help and provide the level of service that you expect and are entitled to.

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