Payne Butler Lang
Our attitude to client satisfaction is based on a local and sympathetic understanding of our clients' circumstances and we look to provide you with the confidence you need in Your Legal Partner. As well as providing solutions to fix your immediate needs, we also look to establish plans to meet your future legal requirements.
We are committed to providing timely, accurate and cost effective legal advice and solutions.
As well as highly trained and experienced solicitors, our clients appreciate the wealth of experience when dealing with trained and helpful staff, many of whom have been with the firm for many years.
At Payne Butler Lang we recognise how quickly the world is changing and utilise the latest technology to ensure that:-
- we are kept up to date with all the changes in the Law
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- work is produced in the most efficient cost effective manner with the utmost privacy and confidentiality
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Frederick William Payne (Barrister-at-Law) set up practice in Bundaberg under the name of Power and Payne.
FW Payne and James Hamilton merged practices and the firm became known as Hamilton Payne.
Hamilton and Payne went their separate ways and FW Payne practiced on his own as FW Payne until 1920.
FW Payne's son John (Jack) Payne joined his father after serving in the First World War and the firm became known as Payne and Payne.
FW Payne's grandson Fred Grose joined the firm and the name changed to Payne and Grose.
Graham Redhead joined the firm and it became known as Payne Grose and Redhead.
Fred Grose's son John Grose joins the firm as a partner.