Our Elder law services are all about helping and motivating you and your family to address and plan for the complex legal issues you may face in retirement and beyond.
At CRH Law, our in-depth knowledge of aged care, retirement living and disability services has protected and added value to providers and organisations in these sectors for many years.
CRH Law provides practical advice for individuals and businesses across the full spectrum of workplace law – from contracts and disputes to bargaining, investigations and dismissals.
Our Not for Profit (NFP) law specialists help NFP organisations strengthen and grow their services in a challenging and constantly changing regulatory and economic environment.
A Daughter’s Determination
Having been a heavy drinker for most of his adult life, at 82 […]
On 26 October 2013, the Queensland Parliament passed the Directors’ Liability Reform Amendment Act (“the […]
Brian Herd was a guest speaker at the Burnie Brae Community Centre today celebrating the […]
What Clients Say
David, you really did save our business. Things could have turned out much worse if we hadn’t found you. Thank you for being available and understanding.Jody Hobson, Bundaberg Industrial Supplies
Kirinya, a wonderful response and advice – I am very happy. My most sincere thanks to both you and David. Brilliant!Julie, employment law client
Claire showed a genuine interest in my matter and assisted me to achieve a favourable outcome, although her opinion was that I had only a small chance of success. In the end her advice was spot on.Brian, workplace client
Rebecca and her assistant were first class. Rebecca obviously knew her subject well and was able to offer a variety of scenarios and solutions for our circumstances.Mervyn, wills and estates client
Brian, once again you provided a superb presentation – in the style that only you can deliver and which is so entertaining and informative. Certainly, a number of matters of importance for industry participants were highlighted.LASA Q, Leading Age Services Australia Queensland