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Fees & charges

Costs disclosure & agreement

Costs disclosure consumer information sheet

Notary fees & charges

We do not undertake Legal Aid matters but can, if necessary, refer you to offices that do.


An invoice may be paid by cash, cheque, direct deposit or credit card.

For direct deposit into our bank account the details are:-

Account name     DP O'Keefe Macquarie Law

St George Bank     BSB 112-879                 A/c No. 123 406 131

St George Bank     SWIFT-BIC                 SGBLAU2S

(Please reference with your name & invoice number so we know who the payment is from and which matter it is for. You could also fax or email to us the transaction slip from your bank.)

For credit card payments please call in to the office, fax or email to us the following (for payments over $100.00 an amount equal to 2.75% will be added to your payment to recoup the merchant fees charged to us by the credit card provider):-

Type of card (Mastercard or Visa):                                                
Cardholder name:                                                                         
Card No.                                                  Expiry date:                  
Card verification No. (last 3 digits on the back of the card):            
Amount you are paying:  $                                                            

(Please reference with your name & invoice number so we know who the payment is from and which matter it is for)

To download this form to complete click here, fill it out and fax it to us at (02) 6884 5800 or attach it to an email and send it to us at

Your rights in relation to legal costs

The following avenues are available to you if you are not happy with a bill:-

There may be other avenues available in your State or Territory (such as mediation).

For more information about your rights, please read the fact sheet: Your right to challenge legal costs. You can ask us for a copy, or obtain it from you local law society or law institute (or download it from their website).

Interest may be charged at the current rate prescribed by regulation 110A of the Legal Profession Regulation 2005 on any bill of costs, which remains unpaid after 30 days.

If a lump sum bill is given to you, you have the right to ask for an itemised bill. An itemised bill might include items of costs not taken into account in the lump sum bill thereby increasing costs. If an itemised bill is required, I reserve my right to rely on the itemised bill as my final bill.