How we help

Experienced, effective & efficient commercial lawyers.

Commercial Lawyers that understand your business

At Springfield Legal Service our business lawyers have the necessary skills and experience to advise you on the purchase or sale of a business. We can assist you with business types including companies, partnerships, and trusts.  We are committed to using our business acumen and legal expertise to help your business succeed.

We know that no two businesses are the same – they each have their own needs and risks, which is why you need personalised legal advice. When you work with us, it’s a guarantee: practical, affordable legal solutions that are tailored to meet the unique needs and risks of your business.

Our lawyers can help you with all aspects of business law, including:

 – Business structures

 – Business Contracts, including purchase or sale of business

 – Commercial disputes and commercial litigation

 – Corporations law

 – Property and leasing Commercial law and small business legal advice

 – Workplace and employment Bankruptcy and insolvency Tax

 – Business succession and asset protection

 – Goodwill and valuation of business assets

 – Tax considerations

 – Liaison with financial institutions

 – Transfers of equipment licences

 – Franchising agreements

 – Copyright

 – Trademarks and Patents

Business Disputes

We aim for ‘win-win’ outcomes so that your business can grow while preserving your personal and business relationship with the other party. If it becomes necessary to apply legal force in order to yield the desired result, Springfield Legal Centre and Associates are here to assist you to negotiate without being formally represented, negotiating on behalf of you the client, or commencing or defending litigation.

Business Structuring

Whether you’re a serial entrepreneur, purchasing an existing business or a tradesperson setting out on your own, starting out in business is an exciting time. No body starts out with the intention of losing their personal assets or having messy legal disputes with their business partners; unfortunately this is often the result. An early investment in a good quality legal advice can pay unknown dividends for your business.


Leasing allows parties to enter an agreement where one party owns the premises to be leased and the other party occupies or is intending to occupy the premises of a certain period of time.

Buying & Selling a Business

Buying or selling a business can be an exciting and stressful time. You need a cool and experienced professional to ensure your interests are protected, and that your business is structured in a way that will serve you into the future.

We're here to help with your commercial enquiries.

If you have a question, want some more information or would just like to speak to someone, make an enquiry now and we’ll be in touch with you as soon as possible.