Biography

Rebecca is a key member of Roberts Legal’s Property and Estates comprehensive services team. She works closely with clients in relation to the sale and purchase of residential properties and Estate Planning.

Rebecca is committed to providing a quality and efficient service to her clients.

Rebecca also assists our Senior Lawyers with Commercial and Retail Leases, Sale of Business Transactions and the implementation of Advanced Estate Planning Solutions.
Rebecca has a strong commitment to delivering a quality legal service whilst maintaining optimum efficiency.

Who Rebecca works with

Rebecca works with first home buyers, property owners, investors and developers.  She liaises directly with Real Estate Agents and Financial Planners in order to provide a considered service to her clients.

Approach

I like to provide advice to clients in a way that they can easily understand. I use a friendly personable approach to assess and identify areas that may pose a risk in the future, and provide the clients with advice on how they can minimise those risks.

Qualifications

Rebecca completed a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) in the UK and completed the Legal Profession Admission Board’s Diploma in Law for overseas-qualified lawyers and was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW.

Interests

In her spare time Rebecca enjoys quality time with her young children as well as standup paddle boarding, going to the gym and socialising with family and friends.

Memberships

Articles by Rebecca

Property & Estates
14/02/2018 by Rebecca Wosman

Do you Own or Lease Commercial or Retail Premises?

Get timely reminders of your rights and obligations under your Leases and the Retail Leases Act. What You Get We offer a complimentary service for Lessors and Lessees of commercial and retail premises providing timely reminders of: The annual review of rent, where applicable, Lessee’s rights in relation to the exercise of options to renew […]

Property & Estates
9/06/2016 by Rebecca Wosman

Disaster mid-way through the purchase of Property.

If you have exchanged contracts to purchase a new property and a disaster occurs destroying or damaging the dwelling you intended to purchase you will need to be aware of your rights under the contract. When selling a residential property, the risk associated with that property does not pass to the buyer until completion of […]

Property & Estates
23/10/2013 by Rebecca Wosman

Why Use a Solicitor for your Conveyancing

Solicitors Vs Conveyancers The conveyancing industry is now a highly competitive market. While the prices for performing conveyancing work used to be regulated, once that regulation was abolished, the increased presence of Conveyancers and the continued undercutting of competitors’ prices has resulted in the widespread undervaluing of an important legal service which requires a considerable […]

Property & Estates
15/10/2013 by Rebecca Wosman

‘Caveat Emptor’ & Pre-Purchase Inspections

The Latin concept of “Caveat Emptor” is commonly used in the context of legal property transfers and translates to “Buyer Beware”. Buyer Beware Under general law, a Seller of land is under no obligation to disclose to a Buyer any defects in the property or Title other than latent defects in Title. Latent defects in […]

Property & Estates
15/10/2013 by Rebecca Wosman

Avoiding being Gazumped

What is Gazumping? Gazumping is when you have a verbal agreement with an Agent or Seller to buy a property at an agreed price but the property is not sold to you in the end. This usually happens when the Seller has decided to sell the property to someone else, usually for a higher amount. […]

Property & Estates
15/10/2013 by Rebecca Wosman

Preparing for an Auction

The sale of a property by auction refers to a process of marketing a property to prospective Buyers to be sold on a particular date to the person willing to pay the highest price for the property provided that that price is greater than the owner’s reserve price. Preparing for an Auction If you are […]

Property & Estates
14/10/2013 by Rebecca Wosman

How Should You Own Property? – Asset Structuring

An important preliminary step in buying a property is deciding how you want to own the property. Why Now? If you neglect to consider the structure of your ownership of a property at an early stage you may find that it is too late to change later and encounter delays and/or additional costs. For example, […]

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Success Stories

Long term shopping centre owners set to enjoy retirement.

One of Roberts Legal’s longest standing clients were the owners of a multi-suite shopping complex with commercial offices, that was a retail centre under the Retail Lease Act 1994 (NSW). Roberts Legal acted on behalf of the clients over a number of years negotiating and preparing, or providing advice in relation to, all retail and commercial Leases for the premises.

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Testimonials

The Roberts Legal team has been brilliant to deal with once again…

A massive thank you for your support with the purchase of our new house. The Roberts Legal team has been brilliant to deal with once again and has made a fairly complicated process from overseas much easier.

Thomas Beach.


Australian residents buying from overseas.

Bonnie and I would like to thank you for your efforts. You have made this transaction so much easier and you have communicated clearly, acted as you said you would and helped us at every step of the process. We are very pleased with the outcome and grateful to you.

Tom & Bonnie