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WMG Legal director and solicitor Chris Malfone.

WHEN locals need reliable and affordable legal help they turn to the qualified and experienced team at WMG Legal, says its director and solicitor Chris Malfone.

“We pride ourselves on giving good value legal representation,” says Chris, who, along with fellow director and principal solicitor Wayne Warton, have been working together to bring Canberrans valuable legal solutions since 2015.

Together they offer a range of legal services such as property conveyancing, transactions, commercial matters, wills and estates, work and motor vehicle accident injuries, litigation and dispute resolution, and loan agreements.

“We are more accessible to clients as they are dealing with the owners of the business directly,” Chris says.

“Affordability is an important aspect of what we provide as well.

“Our team recognises that sound legal advice should not cost the earth.

“We are pleased to offer a free, no-obligation initial chat to understand your legal problem and how we can help you.”

WMG Legal, Suite 4, 75 Gozzard Street, Gungahlin. Call 6253 9766, email or visit

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