We are pleased to announce that Paul Delves will remain with Braye Cragg in a Consulting capacity moving forwards.
Kate Maher has been recognised as a Leading Regional New South Wales Criminal Lawyer and a Recommended New South Wales Traffic & DUI Lawyer on The Doyles Guide 2021.
COVID-19 has had a catastrophic effect on business and the legislative response has important consequences for commercial leases. See how our Commercial Team explains the Leasing Mandatory Code of Conduct and how it may affect your commercial lease.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unfortunately seen an increase in urgent issues arising in some separated families. See how the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court are adapting to the changes in circumstances to make sure that these urgent issues can be heard.
The Partners and Staff of Braye Cragg Solicitors would like to congratulate our Family Law Associate, Fiona Johnson for graduating with her Master of Applied Law (Family Law).
On Monday the 4th of July 2016, Braye Cragg Solicitors will welcome back John Quinn of Lockhart Quinn & Co. John is a former Partner of Braye Cragg Solicitors and will return as a Consultant, concentrating on conveyancing, commercial law, estate administration and estate planning. John has 40 years experience as a Solicitor practising in numerous areas of law and we know that he will be a great addition to our team. We are excited to welcome John back to Braye Cragg Solicitors!
As of 1 March 2016, new bicycle laws apply to all road users and cyclists in NSW. Drivers, bicycles riders and pedestrians all need to “Go Together” safely on our roads.
Importantly, drivers who pass a bicycle rider must allow a distance of at least 1 metre when the speed limit is 60km per hour or less; and at least 1.5 metres when the speed limit is greater than 60km per hour.
Simpler design. Helpful information. Mobile ready.
The Braye Cragg team is pleased to announce our website has been redesigned for you. We think our new site looks, feels and functions better than the old site.
Yes, we have a new look and a new brand mark—but most importantly, we think the site will be much easier for everyone to use.