Johnston Withers Lawyers Whyalla
Lawyers & Conveyancing Services in Whyalla
Johnston Withers Lawyers has been serving South Australia since 1946. We have a proud history of ensuring everyone has fair access to the power of the law. Our difference is our approach: we are lateral thinkers. Whilst we know the law we don’t just give you the obvious legal pathway. We pride ourselves at looking at the big picture and giving you the options and tools to reach your own solution.
Whether you are involved in a dispute, defamation matter, need a conveyancer or property law specialist, have family law issues or thinking about estate planning, we can work with you and your other advisers – be they accountants, financial planners, doctors or bankers – to guide you through the legal processes.
Our Whyalla Location
- Our lawyers are experts in their chosen fields of practice
- We provide fee information upfront to avoid any billing surprises
- We provide clear, practical advice so you can make decisions with confidence
- Local knowledge and expertise with 5 regional offices
- Our country-town origins shape our approachable personality
- We maintain a highly personal, client-focused service standard
- Specialists in electronic conveyancing and document registration
- No win, no fee on personal injury claims*
Our Whyalla Team
Stacey moved to Adelaide at 16, completed two degrees (the first before she turned 20!), and then moved back to her home town. She joined Johnston Withers in 2011, after a short stint as a criminal lawyer at the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement, and now heads up the firm’s Whyalla office.
Stacey practices across a broad range of areas including criminal law, family law, wills and estates, personal injury and commercial law. She loves advocacy work and regularly appears in the Magistrates Courts and District Court on her clients’ behalf. She has a deep understanding of the unique legal, and practical, issues facing rural and regional families and businesses.
Nic heads up the firm’s criminal law practice and is widely regarded as one of the state’s best criminal defence solicitors – with a focus on serious crime and white collar offences.Nic’s other areas of practice are family law, litigation and employment law.
Prior to practicing law, Nic worked for 5 years in the finance industry, giving him a strong grasp of financial issues. He also has a specialist expertise in the law as it affects rural families – including issues as diverse as planning for farm succession, asset protection during farming family breakdowns, and litigation involving defective machinery. Nic represents clients in workplace disputes involving internal investigations and in court. He appears for client before professional disciplinary tribunals. He also has significant experience in inquests and enquiries.