Maroochydore based Spire Law has acquired Beerwah Law and the new owners have confirmed their commitment to the business with the assurance that current and future clients will enjoy the same personal service from the existing team.
Spire Law director Glen Carpenter said he was pleased to be able to secure such a reputable law firm with a long and proud history of servicing the local hinterland community.
“Spire Law commenced operating in Maroochydore seven years ago and today we are proud to announce that Beerwah Law will become part of our entity,” Glen said. Glen added that former owner Tracy King will remain in the business “to ensure a smooth transition while all other staff members will be retained”.
“Tracy has built an incredible business in Beerwah and we are committed to continuing her legacy with the same team who will operate from the same office under the same name on Peachester Road,” he said.
“The good news for the local community is that we will be providing additional legal services including Building and Construction, Property and Development and Litigation and Dispute Resolution services.
“We will also continue our current sponsorship commitments to organisations within the Beerwah and Hinterland communities and we will look to build on those relationships and add more as we become embedded in the local community.”
Spire Law commenced operating in Maroochydore in 2015 and currently employ nine staff from their office on Level 5, 8 Maroochydore Road. Director and founder Glen Carpenter leads the construction and litigation team while senior associate Nicole Downs leads Spire Law’s property and commercial law as well as the wills and estate planning practice. Both Nicole and Glen are Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Queensland as well as the High Court of Australia.