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Leading Coast law firm expands and rebrands

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Leading Coast law firm expands and rebrands

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Legal team 'prepared for all things' as Sunshine Coast business expands

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A leading Sunshine Coast law firm has expanded and rebranded, to better support the region.

Solicitor Allyson Anne and her team at P Law have developed a growing reputation as business, commercial, and family lawyers.

There’s been a significant demand for their services, amid the South-East Queensland infrastructure boom.

So they are moving into new, larger premises in Birtinya.

The Omnia Legal team with State Member for Kawana Jarrod Bleiije.


Allyson and her team will now operate under the name Omnia Legal, meaning ‘prepared for all things’ in Latin.

“That’s the philosophy that both myself and the whole team adopts, we pride ourselves on always being a step ahead so our clients are prepared to make business and life decisions with confidence,” she said.

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The team brings everything back to three words – predict, prepare and protect – and is currently in talks with a number of charities in regards to sponsorship.

“As an organisation, it is important to us that we don’t just work to get the best outcomes for our clients, but we also support and give back to the community in which we live and work,” Allyson said.