Welcome to Small Myers Hughes
Small Myers Hughes (SMH Lawyers) are Gold Coast based Lawyers who are committed to delivering absolute legal expertise and services to clients in all states of Australia.
SMH Lawyers provide specialist advice on a diversity of factors which can have an impact on business and family relationships. We focus on helping professionals and families who need to manage and protect their assets, thereby ensuring that legacies are left for future generations.
Our stated roles of LAW ♦ BUSINESS ♦ RELATIONSHIPS reflect our commitment to providing a common sense approach to dispute resolution, practical business advice and the development of strong personal relationships with our clients.
We do not profess to provide the whole range of legal services to our clients. We know what we are good at and we practise exclusively in these areas. Our specialty areas of practice are:
- Body Corporate Law
- Business Asset Protection
- Business Strategic Planning
- Business Succession
- Dispute Resolution Tax & Revenue Law
- Business & Estate Planning
- Business & Personal Asset Protection
- Commercial Litigation
- Family & Relationship Law
- Intellectual Property
- Management Rights
- Property & Commercial Law
- Wills Administration & Estate Planning
Michael Small, Col Myers and David Hughes, the founding partners of SMH Lawyers have successful long term histories as lawyers, acting for clients in all states of Australia. Together, they have practised for more than 40 years at partnership level.
Family Law, Business and Estate Planning, Tax Law
Management Rights and Property & Commercial Law
Tax & Revenue Law and Tax Litigation
Melissa Pahl - Strata Sphere
Damien, Resort Owner
Michael Groves - AM Strata
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|Phone:||+ 61 7 5552 6666|
|Fax:||+ 61 7 5528 0955|
|Address:||Level 2, 17 Welch St Southport, Qld, 4215|
|Postal:||PO Box 1876|
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