Meet the team

At Steele+Co we focus on practical outcomes. Our principals and legal team come from diverse career backgrounds, which brings a depth of understanding to your situation.

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Business Law

Our Solicitors have diverse business experience. This means we can deliver practical, timely and solution-focused advice on a wide range of commercial matters.

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Family Law

Our Family Law Team are highly experienced in all areas of family law, including property and children’s matters. We deliver professional, tailored services to suit individual client needs.

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Buying & Selling Real Estate

Buying or selling real estate is a big decision. Our Conveyancing Team has significant experience in all areas of property related matters and the necessary skills to get you the results you want.

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Wills & Estate Planning

We understand the importance of properly planning for the future of your family and loved ones. Our team can provide comprehensive advice tailored to your circumstances.

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Contact Us

Whatever your situation, one of our experienced team can provide you with personalised advice. We'd encourage you to contact us now, to explore how we may assist.

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Steele+Co are a progressive and proactive law and conveyancing firm based in Bathurst, NSW. Founded by Richard Steele in 1989, we’ve grown into an award winning regional law firm that services clients throughout Central West NSW and beyond. Our dedicated team value client relationships, and take a personal approach to delivering the best possible outcome.


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In Part 2 of our Conveyancing explained articles we define some of the specifics of buying and selling property, such as electronic conveyancing, stamp duty and contract terms.



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