From its beginnings in the year 1888, Parish Patience has gained and maintains a reputation for superior, prompt and effective legal services to the corporate and business world as well as the private community.

Now the team of professionals has firmly focused on the desire to maintain and enhance that reputation well into the twenty-first century.
Organised in broad-based areas of speciality, the members of the firm cater to a diverse array of clients, both local and international. Understanding client needs, the firm has been able to achieve that unique mix of offering timely and cost efficient advice to both the very large and smaller clients.


Our Services


ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Authorities set up by governments exercising administrative functions play an ever-increasing and direct role in an enormous range of activities in modern society. Vast decision-making powers are committed to government authorities and tribunals and it is the lawyers function to ensure that those powers are kept within legal bounds to protect the citizen against their abuse.

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Migration and Visa
Migration and Visa

Australia is the fastest-growing developed country in the world, partly because of its long term policy on immigration. Parish Patience has become a leader in the field of immigration law, particularly on the laws relating to business migration, employment visa, residence, status and citizenship. We offer advice and services in such area as:

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COMMITMENT TO CLIENT SERVICE

The keystone to the firm’s success is the maintenance by the directors of a close working relationship with their clients, to establish and maintain a thorough knowledge and understanding of the client’s needs and aspirations. That philosophy is imparted to all members of a group working to ensure advice and service is appropriate and effective.

While specialisation is an essential part of the modern law firm, the requirements of individual clients and their industries transcend each area of speciality and the firm organises its work and staff in response to the particular needs of its clients, rather along strict subject matter lines.

Information for Clients

In Australia, individuals who provide migration advice or migration assistance must be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (Office of the MARA) Click here to Access MARA Code of Conduct