Finance Law Toowoomba

Talk to A Finance Solicitor in The Darling Downs

 

We service private & commercial clients

We Have a Special Interest in Banking & Financial Law

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Putting Your Best Interests First

At Rochford Solicitors, our team understands the complexities of banking and finance law. We work with clients throughout a range of industries, finding solutions to suit their business interests. Our solicitors act on behalf of private and commercial clients, as well as bank and non-bank lenders. Based in Toowoomba, we operate throughout the Darling Downs, assisting clients in Dalby, Highfields, Oakey, Pittsworth and Ipswich.

We assist with the drafting, reviewing, negotiation and execution of:

  • Asset financing & leasing agreements
  • Loan agreements & mortgages
  • General & specific security agreements
  • Priority agreements & deeds of postponement
  • Irrevocable orders
  • Sale & lease back agreements
  • Novated lease agreements
  • Tripartite agreements

Whether you’re investing in equipment for your business or taking out a mortgage, our solicitors can help. We provide advice on a range of financing structures, undertake reviews and negotiations of new loans and amendments, restructure existing loans and negotiate forbearance arrangements.

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Our Banking & Financial Services

From asset finance to security agreements and mortgages, our solicitors have the knowledge to help you get the best result we can. We can draw on our understanding of the industry and current market practices to negotiate terms in your favour. Our team has a special interest in various banking and financial matters, including compliance.

Our solicitors have the flexibility to adapt to the ever-changing needs of our clients and offer solutions that can create positive impacts for businesses. We help our clients manage risk, take on challenges and make the most out of new opportunities. When we draw up or receive the final contract, we’re committed to making sure our clients understand all of their legal responsibilities and obligations.

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From Entrepreneurs To Banks

Our solicitors can work on both sides of a transaction to ensure all parties are satisfied. We take on private clients such as entrepreneurs, investors and family groups, and also act for banks and other financiers. This includes national retail banks, regional banking operators, private equity houses, boutique lenders and corporate borrowers. 

The interests of the borrower and the lender are very different. That’s why our solicitors work to make sure the loan documentation and any security documents are drafted in a way which suits the involved parties as much as possible. We understand financier standard terms, security requirements, regulatory requirements, preferences, documentation and much more. This allows us to cut to the heart of the deal, focus on the critical commercial issues and find solutions.

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Why Choose Rochford Solicitors?

At Rochford Solicitors, we have an understanding of the complex laws that regulate banking and finance. We’re immersed in the commercial world and can understand the reality of your business and financial deals. This is one of the many reasons why we strive to make sure your best interests are met. 

Our solicitors draft and negotiate contracts, and set out the terms of various financial arrangements. We can advise on the consequences and effects of documents even if you don’t have power to negotiate amendments. From novated lease agreements to leaseback transactions and much more, rely on our solicitors to find a solution for you and your business.

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FAQs

When should I hire a finance solicitor?

A finance solicitor can help you navigate a range of banking and financial law matters. If you’re planning to start a business or invest in one, a finance solicitor can provide invaluable advice about the legalities involved. They can also advise you in legal matters associated with complex financial transactions, commercial contracts, settling financial disputes, as well as handling insolvency or bankruptcy issues. If you’re looking to understand the legal implications of a financial decision, a finance solicitor’s expertise can be invaluable.

What cases or situations do finance solicitors handle?

As finance solicitors, we offer a range of banking and financial law services. We take on private clients such as entrepreneurs, investors and family groups, as well as acting for banks, financiers and other non-bank lenders. We can assist with drafting, reviewing, negotiation and executing loan agreements and mortgages, asset financing and leasing agreements, sale and lease back agreements, security agreements, priority agreements, deeds of postponement, irrevocable orders, tripartite agreements and novated lease agreements. From simple financial advice to intricate financial disputes, our Toowoomba finance solicitors are equipped to provide you with the legal advice you need.

What can I expect during a consultation with a finance solicitor?

During a consultation with a finance solicitor, you’ll be asked detailed questions about your financial circumstances and goals. Based on the information gathered, we’ll provide you with an overview of the potential legal issues, possible solutions and our recommended legal strategy. You will also have the chance to ask any questions, clarify any legal jargon or express any concerns. Our primary goal is to ensure you’re well-informed and comfortable with the process ahead.

How much does it cost to hire a finance solicitor?

The cost of hiring a finance solicitor in Toowoomba can vary, primarily depending on the complexity of the case, the experience of the solicitor and the amount of time needed to resolve the matter. It’s best to discuss these details directly with your chosen solicitor to understand the potential costs involved. If you want to know more about our services and pricing, please contact the team at Rochford Solicitors today.

What should I bring to my first consultation with a finance solicitor?

The cost of hiring a finance solicitor in Toowoomba can vary, primarily depending on the complexity of the case, the experience of the solicitor and the amount of time needed to resolve the matter. It’s best to discuss these details directly with your chosen solicitor to understand the potential costs involved. If you want to know more about our services and pricing, please contact the team at Rochford Solicitors today.

What should I do if I have a financial dispute with another party?

If you find yourself in a financial dispute, it’s essential you seek legal advice. Engaging a finance solicitor can help protect your interests and find the best way forward. The first step usually involves a comprehensive review of the dispute, examining contracts or agreements in place and evaluating the strength of your position. At Rochford Solicitors, we focus on resolution strategies, which could include negotiation, mediation, or if necessary, litigation. Whatever the dispute, it’s our priority to work towards a solution that’s in your best interest.

Can a finance solicitor represent me in court?

Yes, a finance solicitor can represent you in court if the need arises. While their primary goal is to help you avoid litigation by mitigating legal disputes outside the courtroom, they are prepared to represent your interests in court if necessary. If this occurs, your finance solicitor will prepare your case for court, ensuring all necessary documentation and evidence is in order before representing you at court.

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