About Us

Nick Harrison created The Legal House to help separated families peacefully negotiate the legal process and achieve successful outcomes. We are a boutique team of legal professionals, which means that we can adapt and respond quickly. If you call, we will answer. We care about what we do and the results we achieve for our clients.

Nick Harrison


Nick Harrison is the creator and founder of The Legal House. Nick has spent decades involved in the legal industry, initially as a Queensland Police Officer and now as a Solicitor. As a husband and father of two active boys, Nick combines his legal knowledge and practical experience, to help separated families find the most peaceful way to navigate the legal process, with a focus on great outcomes.

How we work

This is how the Legal House works:

Step 1:  Send us a message describing your legal dilemma and your contact details through our “Contact Us” page. Alternatively, you can “Book a Free Consultation”, with no strings attached. We will provide you with reassurance and you will walk away from the consultation knowing more about your legal options than you walked in.

Step 2:  One of our friendly staff will contact you to discuss how we can help.

Step 3:  If you like what you see, please engage us as your legal team. It’s as easy as that to access quality legal advice without all the jargon and confusing forms.

We make the process simple


To access quality legal advice without all the jargon and confusing forms click below.

Personalized Drafting Wills Services in Qld

Queensland Family Lawyers – We are here to serve you
Talk to our team of experienced and empathetic family lawyers when you are going through a relationship breakdown. Our family lawyers will earn your confidence and trust with their experience, integrity, empathy, reliability and strong communication skills. We will develop personalised strategies, which will produce successful outcomes. Our services include representation in family disputes, property settlements, domestic violence, divorce, spousal maintenance, and children’s matters.

Probate Lawyers in Qld
A Grant of Probate the estate’s legal personal representative with the authority to distribute estate assets in accordance with the directions issued by a Will. We can help you with practical advice about the probate process and your appointment as executor (also known as a legal personal representative). Our experts will guide you through the process of applying for a grant of probate.

Build and preserve your wealth
In drafting Wills for our clients, we help clients protect, grow, create, and pass on their wealth. Our experienced team will help you put solutions in place to achieve your goals in a cost-effective manner. We focus on developing personalised strategies when drafting wills, to make sure that your assets are distributed the way you want them to be. We have experience in estate planning, deceased estates and estate litigation.

What to expect

from obligation-free, complimentary consultation.

Booking your initial consultation can sometimes be stressful, our team at The Legal House understands the emotions associated with relationship breakdowns or sensitive legal matters and will make you as comfortable as possible during your consultation.

We guarantee the following:

  • Everything we discuss is completely confidential.
  • We will do all we can to make the experience as pleasant as possible. We encourage you to ask as many questions as you like and invite you to take notes if it helps.
  • We will let you know in advance if you need to bring anything with you to help us give you the best advice.
  • We will give you the most accurate advice based on the information you provide, so it is crucial to be as open and honest as possible during this meeting.
  • We will discuss your legal plan and outline the next steps in the process.
  • We will give you an estimate of all the costs involved.

We look forward to working with you
to achieve the best outcomes for you and your family.

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