Strategies to Resolve Cases

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Bruce Doyle and Elizabeth Shearer are solicitors with extensive experience resolving cases.

We operate Shearer Doyle Law, a general legal practice, with offices in Brisbane CBD and Kenmore.

We help individuals and small businesses with everyday legal issues including family law, wills and estates, guardianship and elder law, property law, business law, consumer law, employment law and resolving disputes.

We have two associated practices:

  • Doyle Family Law, a specialist family law practice, and
  • Affording Justice, offering step be step guidance for people who cannot afford full legal representation.

We are also retained in complex cases to provide independent strategies to resolve cases:

  • As Trustee for Sale
  • As Case Guardian
  • To conduct streamlined Arbitration
  • To conduct other alternative dispute resolution processes to meet individual case needs including: Conciliation, Expert Appraisal & Facilitated Negotiation

Our Recent News

Problem solving in a crisis – the general practice lawyer

April 8, 2022

This week, I was reminded of the value the general practice lawyer’s experience and perspective can bring to clients in crisis. Even though we’re there to deal with the varied legal aspects of a crisis, and not to provide personal support, I notice our clients are very comforted by what we do. It’s worth dissecting […]

The general practice solicitor

March 4, 2022

Half of the population experiences a legal problem in any one year. Only half of them ever seek any sort of advice. That is surprising. But what is shocking, is that of those who do seek advice for a legal problem, only around 30% seek advice from a lawyer. The rest ask other people: friends […]

About Shearer Doyle Law

Shearer Doyle Law is a law practice in Brisbane. Bruce Doyle and Elizabeth Shearer established Shearer Doyle Pty Ltd in 2013 to provide practical, individually tailored solutions for people with legal problems.

We act for clients directly, but we also act as independent experts retained to resolve part of a case. This may be alongside the Court Process or instead of going to Court.