Amy Zipf
Principal Lawyer
Amy has extensive experience in conveyancing and property transactions in Queensland. She has provided legal services to a wide range of clients from first home buyers to professional developers.
Amy also has a wealth of experience in providing legal services for commercial and retail shop leasing, mortgage advice, will preparation and estate administration.
Amy is focused, dedicated and supportive and has an excellent reputation for exceeding client expectations. Amy values providing excellent legal service to ensure you receive what you want, when you want it.
Why choose AZ-Law?
Your lawyer and contact will be me, Amy Zipf.
I will listen to you
I will reply to your email
I will answer your call
I am the one that will know your name, why you are calling and how I can help you.
My response time is great. You may not get an instant response (where I am in a consultation) but you will get a response within a few hours. My response is directed 100% to you – it is not a generic response but a response in relation to you and your situation.
Point of difference
There is nothing like having two small children to make you really value and appreciate the importance of time. AZ-Law’s focus is to get it done, in a way that saves time for busy people.
I will guide you through your legal matter from start to finish as efficiently as possible, and in a way that best suits your busy life, so that you can focus on the more important things.
Have you been meaning to have a Will prepared but are struggling to find the time? Arrange a zoom meeting with me from home, once the kids are in bed.
Have you signed a contract to buy or sell a property on a Saturday? AZ-Law is open so you can call your lawyer straightaway.
AZ-Law pricing is much more competitive than a traditional law firm. AZ-Law keeps its overheads low, and passes the savings on to you. All matters are fixed fee, meaning you know the cost of your matter at the outset. There are no hidden fees or charges.
Amy started studying law in 2007 and never looked back. Amy gained her first position at a law firm in 2010 as a legal secretary. While working in law firms, she improved her skills with further study and training.
After several promotions and at completion of her studies, Amy was admitted as a lawyer in 2015. She worked at large Gold Coast law firms before starting AZ-Law.
Formal Qualifications
Bachelor of Justice and Legal Studies (University of the Sunshine Coast graduating in 2010)
Bachelor of Law (Queensland University of Technology (QUT) graduating with honours in 2014)
Completion of Practical Legal Training to be admitted as a lawyer (College of Law)
Completion of Practice Management Course to be principal of AZ-Law (College of Law)
I am a Gold Coast resident with an amazing husband and two small children.
I am a lawyer but I am just like everyone else. I run errands, I do the dishes and I chase my kids around the house. I work hard and look forward to spending time with my family and friends and the occasional Sunday sleep-in.