Are you buying or selling a property?  

Do you need a lease, or council approval to build something? 





Are you a solicitor looking for an agent?  

We are within walking distance of Penrith Local Court and NCAT.  





Do you have a speeding ticket or problem with your driving licence?  

Have you been charged with a crime or received an AVO? 



Compulsory Acquisition


Is a Government body or a private organisation forcibly purchasing your home?  

We won't charge any fees unless we can get you a higher offer than any existing offer. 




Estates or Wills


Are you the Executor or an Estate?  

Is someone making a claim against the Estate?

Do you need to create or update your Will, Power of Attorney or Appointment of Enduring Guardian? 




Family Law


Do you need to sort out custody arrangements for your children?  

 Do you need to sort out a property split with your ex? 




Other Services  


Do you need a lawyer for something else?  

A sale or purchase of business?

Does someone owe you money?







We offer a free, half hour first interview with no obligations.  

You can tell us about your problem or ask us questions and we will listen to you and answer your questions. 

We are open late from 6pm til 9pm on Tuesday & Thursday nights,

in addition to being open 9am til 5pm Monday to Friday.

Our office is conveniently located walking distance from the railway station, and near the CBD and the courthouse.  

We serve real coffee!






We offer a 20% discount to eligible holders of the NSW Government's Senior's Card.








19 The Crescent, Penrith

Phone - 02 47 315 999





Coode & Corry Solicitors

5 months 2 hours ago

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Production of this video is supported by the Heart Foundation’s Women & Heart Disease Community Grant

Coode & Corry Solicitors

5 months 1 day ago

"A variety of brands and retailers including Camilla and Marc, Cue, Flair Industries, General Pants and Minihaha donate their new but out-of-season stock to ensure that those in need — be it victims of domestic violence, those recently released from jail, the homeless, refugees or those re-entering the workforce — can be dressed in brand-new clothes that are appropriate to their particular circumstances."

There are so many great projects out there, like Thread Together's page to support their work.


Thread Together expands to ACT


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