Lawyers you can trust!

Tony Goodwin & Company is well known in Central Queensland, providing legal services for over 40 years. In that time the firm has earned the highest reputation for trustworthiness, reliability and professional competence. Admitted to practice as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1967 and of the High Court of Australia in 1974, the principal Tony Goodwin came from Brisbane to Gladstone in 1968. Over the years the firm has represented many interesting clients - including individuals, families, small and medium sized businesses, local government and international companies in a wide range of matters. The firm covers most areas of law with a strong emphasis on practical commercial outcomes. READ MORE


Level 3 City Plaza, 100 Goondoon Street
PO Box 5100
Gladstone, Qld, 4680
Phone: (07) 4972 4100
Fax: (07) 4972 4407


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For most of us, buying our home is the most important and largest investment decision we will make in our lives. We cannot afford to have something go wrong. We need competent lawyers representing our interests and ensuring the terms of the sale and purchase contract are complied with all respects. Choosing the right lawyer to represent you is just as important as choosing the right property to buy. It is usually too late to fix problems after the contract has been signed. As part of our services we will look at your contract before you sign it, at no additional charge.

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The lawyers at Tony Goodwin & Company have extensive experience in commercial and business matters, offering a wide range of services. The laws affecting business entities are increasing in number and ever-changing. Keeping up with all the laws affecting your business can be time consuming and daunting. Law is our business and our lawyers are skilled in these areas. Good advice from experienced lawyers can save you money and time in the long term, and will free you up to do what you do best - run your business.

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The breakdown of a relationship is often a stressful and emotional time. How to divide up property and what arrangements to put in place for the children can seem insurmountable problems. We at Tony Goodwin & Company can assist you through the legal process focusing on possible solutions which will suit your family situation.


Disputes are sometimes an inevitable part of doing business. Disputes that remain unresolved may start affecting the profitability and productivity of a business. As legal professionals with extensive experience and knowledge of the law, we can help you manage and resolve your dispute, freeing you to continue to run your business.

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Tony Goodwin was granted the faculty of Public Notary in 1994. As a Notary he can draw, attest or certify deeds, wills and other documents under his official seal, for use anywhere in the world. He is regularly called on by many of the ship's masters who visit the port of Gladstone to note ship's protest.


The lawyers at Tony Goodwin & Company have vast experience in all areas of property law. We strongly recommend that you seek advice from a lawyer experienced in property matters before signing any contract, lease or other property document. There are many factors to consider regarding property transactions including tax and stamp duty implications, town planning and environmental matters and other legal requirements. It is important to ensure that all your rights and interests are covered from the outset to avoid uncertainty and expensive litigation later on.

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We also have extensive knowledge and experience in acting for property owners regarding compulsory acquisitions/resumptions.

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Our experienced lawyers are able to assist clients with legal matters impacting on rural land and agri-business. We also have extensive knowledge and experience in acting for property owners regarding compulsory acquisitions/resumptions.


The lawyers at Tony Goodwin & Company can assist you to put your personal affairs in order including preparation of your Will and Enduring Power of Attorney and Advanced Health Directive. Even if you do not have a lot of assets, it is important to have a Will to ensure that, on your death, your assets are distributed the way you wish. Our lawyers can also assist you with estate planning (including drafting of testamentary trusts) and in administering estates and estate litigation.