Wyndham Law Offices
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Areas of Practice

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Area of Practice 1


Dispute resolution

This is a particular strength of Wyndham Law Offices.

Litigation can be expensive – consequently we seek to resolve matters early when possible. We approach dispute resolution transparently, keeping you up to date throughout the  litigation process, including in relation to costs.


DISPUTE RESOLUTION & LITIGATION SUB PRACTICES

  • Civil litigation
  • Commercial litigation
  • Debt recovery
  • Insolvency (personal and corporate)
  • Business and director/ shareholder disputes
  • Lease disputes

Area of Practice 2


Commercial Law

We also provide broader business advice and consultancy, including liaising with accountants, financiers and other advisers, to ensure legal and compliance issues are addressed with broader commercial objectives in mind.


INCORPORATION & TRUSTS SUB PRACTICES

  • Company incorporation
  • Discretionary Family Trusts and Unit Trusts
  • Buy/Sell Agreements 

Area of Practice 3


Wills, Estates & Business Succession Planning


We work closely with clients together with their Accountants and Financial Planners to ensure objectives regarding asset protection, succession planning are met and client's interests are maximised.


We are experienced in working closely with individuals, families and business owners to achieve their long term goals.


We provide a realistic and sensible approach when dealing with will and family disputes and estate planning issues. We are particularly experienced in preparing testamentary trust wills suitable for clients  with complex structures and family dynamics.


WILLS & ESTATES SUB PRACTICES

  • Simple Wills
  • Wills incorporating Testamentary Trusts
  • Enduring Powers of Attorney (financial/personal and medical)
  • Complex estate planning, including family trust advice
  • Probate
  • Estate administration
  • Estate litigation (Testator Family Maintenance claims and Will caveats)
  • Superannuation Death Benefit disputes