Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest has a new local permanent solicitor in town ready to service its community.
Charmian Seil moved to Tea Gardens in early 2015 after working for various law firms in Sydney and Newcastle.
Charmian is married to Uwe Seil who has for the past 12 years donated his time and sound equipment to the annual Tea Gardens/Hawks Nest Motorfest and various other community events including the 2015 ANZAC service.
Charmian recently established Myall Coast Legal, a boutique law firm designed to service the local community.
“After my husband and I moved to Tea Gardens in early 2015, I saw that there was a need for a local permanent lawyer to provide services to the community,” Charmian told the News Of The Area.
“I established Myall Coast Legal so that I can provide local, affordable, convenient and proficient legal services to local residents,” she said.
In addition to being available on Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, Charmian will provide a modern approach to legal practice and will visit clients at their homes by appointment.
Charmian will be specialising in property law as well as wills and estates.
By Rebekka CUNNINGHAM