MKI Legal, is a specialist employment law firm operating in Perth, Western Australia. We have a broad scope of legal experience and expertise, as well as a professional, dedicated team that is driven to achieving success.
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If you engage us, you will be meeting with, and advised by, a senior lawyer with more than 5 years of experience in this area. Unlike at other law firms, your first meeting won’t be with someone straight out of university.
We Make it Easy
We understand that engaging a lawyer can be a daunting and stressful task, especially when combined with a difficult situation that you may be going through. Things may be uncertain, whether you’re a business owner or an employee. We understand that, and we’re here to help make things a lot easier for you.
We Know Employment Law
We offer assistance in a wide range of areas, including:
- Termination of employment;
- Unfair dismissal claims;
- Bullying and harassment;
- General protections disputes;
- Sexual harassment;
- Confidential information;
- Performance management;
- Unpaid wages;
- Drafting and reviewing contracts;
- Worker entitlements such as award conditions, leave and transfers of employment.
Respect & Understanding
When it comes to this area of the law, people are always involved, and whenever that’s the case, they need to be respected throughout the process to keep things moving smoothly. We know the importance of that and we operate with that in mind, every single time.
We also understand concerns people have about legal fees, so we pride ourselves on being cost-effective. We provide top-notch legal services that doesn’t have to break the bank. We’re also able to give you an accurate estimate of what it’s going to cost you up-front, which will minimise potential surprises later on.
Call Us Today
At MKI Legal, we’re here to help you through everything, from start to finish. We’re ready whenever you need us.
Feel free to call us to have a no obligation discussion about your issue with one of our team members. We can often tell you generally, over the phone, what you can do, discuss your rights and plan the next steps.
There is no charge for this initial discussion about your circumstances.