The Nyst name has been synonymous with excellence in the Queensland legal services market for more than four decades.
Directors Chris Nyst and Brendan Nyst lead our team of expert lawyers, based on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane. We advise on Dispute Resolution and Civil Litigation, Defamation, Criminal, Traffic, Misconduct and Corporate Regulatory Law, Family Law, Commercial, Corporate and Property Law and Wills and Estates matters.
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Given our Gold Coast heritage and its deep local diversity and culture, our law firm is supported by lawyers who can speak Portuguese, Spanish, Malay, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi and Punjabi.
Dispute Resolution & Litigation
Criminal, Traffic & Corporate Regulatory Law
Commercial, Corporate & Property Law
Wills & Estates
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Named as executor of a deceased estate?
Brendan Nyst explains your obligations.
What is a Domestic Violence Protection Order Application?
Jonathan Nyst, Associate, explains.
Can I be charged if someone leaves drugs at my house?
Hear from Chris Nyst on possession.
Are pre-nuptial agreements legally binding?
Hear from Gisele Reid, Portuguese and Spanish speaking Family Lawyer based on the Gold Coast, on why it is important to have a water-tight pre-nuptial agreement.
Can I get charged for buying legal drugs online?
Find out more about what risks are involved when buying purportedly legal drugs over the internet.
Hear from Gisele Reid, our Portuguese and Spanish speaking Queensland and family lawyer based on the Gold Coast.
Hear from Navrinder Sathar, Queensland solicitor, fluent in Malay and based on the Gold Coast.
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