About The Firm
Edward Robert Crouch established the fledgling legal practice in what was to become the city of Brisbane in 1894, the year after the Great Flood of 1893 had devastated so many parts of the Rivercity.
The practice quickly established a well-acknowledged reputation for legal reliability, integrity and the highest quality advice and professionalism – core values the practice has resolutely adhered to through to the present day.
Crouch & Lyndon (formerly Crouch & Crouch) became a pillar of the legal establishment assuming an active and forthright role in the growth and promotion of the Queensland Law Society. The founder’s son, Peter Crouch, took up a key and critical role in the Society by proudly serving as its President.
Throughout its long and distinguished history, Crouch & Lyndon has had the pleasure of serving a long list of clients that reads like the Who’s Who of Brisbane’s corporate and business world. Over many years the firm’s skilled and talented legal practitioners have developed a pool of local knowledge and experience which serves to assist clients to achieve efficient and cost effective results.
The secret is two simple words- personal service. Developing a close rapport with our clients, understanding their needs and aspirations, and tailoring any advice and action to achieve those ends has become synonymous with our daily practice.
Keeping up with the latest Laws and regulations, trends and nuances, practices and procedures are made much easier and more comprehensive when our specialists are so familiar with the landscape in which they operate.
The company’s current management strives hard to achieve an optimum size for the practice, small enough to maintain the personal touch, yet big enough to provide the specialisation so necessary in the modern business environment.
Building and Construction
Whether you are a builder seeking assistance with payments during a construction project or a home owner wanting initial advice before entering into a contract or having difficulties with your builder during a project, the staff at Crouch & Lyndon are able to assist
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Commercial & Property litigation
Our strength is the ability to give advice on a wide spectrum of issues. Our commitment is to assess individual needs of our clients and how best they can achieve it.
Wills And Estates
At Crouch & Lyndon, we appreciate that making a Will and undertaking estate planning can be daunting.