The client has an autistic child who was medicated by his prescribing pediatrician. The father of the child was refusing to allow the mother to give the child the prescribed mediation and then refused to return the child to the mother telling her she was unsafe and was “drugging” the child. He wanted to use […]
The client and his wife had attempted to negotiate the Court process themselves and were having difficulties. They had managed to agree to a “fair settlement” between them but then they wanted to obtain consent orders from the Court to avoid paying stamp duty on the transfers. The client came to us with the Court […]
The client was a wife in need of assistance in sorting out a property settlement between herself and her husband. They had separated amicably enough but now things were getting tricky, as the husband had inherited money and spent the majority on “boy toys” but had also spent some of it on some minor improvements […]
A very distressed father came to me needing assistance and advice. He strongly suspected that the mother of the child was using drugs and in a violent relationship with her current partner. The client had decided that it was too dangerous to return the child to the mother’s residence. We commenced proceedings and were able […]
The clients were home owners and were having extreme difficulty getting their builder to complete the residential building works so they could obtain an Occupation Certificate and move back into their home which was being renovated. After a strong concise Letter of Demand from our office, and confirmation that our clients would not provide any […]
The client was the Executor of her father’s Estate (“the Client”). Under the terms of her father’s Will, she was appointed as the Trustee of a testamentary trust that conferred upon her a discretionary power to control and distribute an Estate valued at approximately $3.5 – $4 million.
The client was the Executor of his mother’s Estate (“the Client”). He sought a grant of probate in relation to what he considered to be her last valid will (“the Will”). At the time that the Will was made, the Client’s mother (“the Deceased”) intended that her Estate would go to the Client and his sister in equal shares, subject to the Client’s sister having a right to occupy the deceased’s home for the rest of her life.
Roberts Legal was initially sought out by a software developer to advise in relation to an Information Memorandum and Disclaimer seeking expressions of interest in relation to the purchase of a profitable software business worth approximately $6 million that the client and others had developed following a small joint venture years earlier.
The clients were directors of a company that provided specialist services to industrial and mining clients. The company had secured continuing service contracts and arrangements with a number of key customers and had developed an excellent reputation after only three (3) years of trading.
The clients were health professionals purchasing their first practice. The clients were due to depart on an overseas family holiday less than one (1) week after first instructing Roberts Legal to act. Roberts Legal had to act quickly to ensure contracts were exchanged prior to their departure.