Serving the Queensland community since 1894. Merged with Murdoch Lawyers in April 2021.
CROUCH & LYNDON HAVE MERGED
WITH MURDOCH LAWYERS
Throughout its long and distinguished history, Crouch & Lyndon had the pleasure of serving the Queensland community. Thanks to the merger with Murdoch Lawyers, our clients now have access to leading specialists in more areas including: Family Law, Business, Workplace, Debt Recovery and Insolvency & Bankruptcy.
Our Practice areas
Reach out to the team for your will, powers of attorney and estate planning needs.
Gain specialty advice on a wide range of matters relating to commercial property.
Have your documents witnessed by a Notary Public, an officer in Queensland appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Legal advice and strategies to resolve disputes efficiently and achieve the best possible outcome.
Additional Practice Areas
Access a range of additional premium legal services, including: Family Law, Business, Workplace, Debt Recovery and Insolvency & Bankruptcy.
Learn more about what we offer
Crouch & Lyndon Directors, Barry Johnson and Shannon Toto have joined the Murdoch Lawyers team. An important reason for our decision to merge with Murdoch Lawyers was their core values which align with the values of Crouch & Lyndon. In particular, their client-focussed approach and goal to find out what is important to you, our client, so you receive expert advice.
I have more than 30 years’ experience as a solicitor. I joined Murdoch Lawyers in 2021, as Special Counsel as part of the Murdoch Lawyers and Crouch & Lyndon merger, where I had previously spent 12 years as the managing principal.
I joined Murdoch Lawyers as Special Counsel in 2021 as part of the Crouch & Lyndon merger. Prior to the merger, I previously worked in a top 10 national law firm, and national mortgage processing companies acting for banks, credit unions and other major financial institutions on a range of commercial, residential and business transactions.
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