Areas Of Practice

At Avalon Law, our solicitors and conveyancers are experienced in handling various kinds of legal and property related matters. Please select from the following areas of practice for more information:
Conveyancing & Property Law
Business & Commercial Law
Retail & Commercial Leases
Wills, Power of Attorney, Guardianship, Probate & Estate Planning

Conveyancing & Property Law

Avalon Law can provide assistance with conveyancing and property law in the following ways:

  • Preparation of contracts for sale or purchase of land
  • Contract review
  • Property settlements and negotiations
  • Commercial & Retail Leases
  • Auction enquiries
  • Assistance with identifying suitable opportunities for finance
  • Assistance for first home owners & the First Home Owners Grant
  • Mortgages, refinancing & property deposit bonds
  • Property developments
  • Property division

Our clients include first home buyers, property developers, real estate agents, banks, mortgage brokers and surveyors.

Our conveyancing services are offered at competitive rates, and we deliver them through a highly qualified team that includes experienced property lawyers and industry experts.

Business & Commercial Law

Avalon Law’s business and commercial lawyers can provide assistance for a range of legal matters, including:

  • Purchase and sale of business
  • Drafting commercial agreements (joint ventures and partnerships),guarantees and security documents
  • Advice for company administrators
  • Advice on legislative requirements, including corporate structure, governance and compliance
  • Corporate and commercial litigation in Court
  • Advice on the protection of commercial assets
  • Advice for non-profit organisations and charities
  • The Corporations Act
  • Mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures & sales
  • Venture capital
  • Lending agreements
  • Employee share & option schemes
  • Corporate governance

Retail & Commercial Leases

Avalon Law understands that buying or selling a residential, commercial or industrial property is a big decision and a significant matter for most people. We cater to all people making property transactions in New South Wales including international investors.Avalon Law can provide assistance with retail and commercial leases in a number of capacities. It is important to seek legal advice from an experienced commercial lawyer before entering a lease, as it has the potential of becoming a negative impact on your business’ cash flow at a later stage. Avalon Law can assist you with:

  • Drafting and reviewing retail and commercial leases
  • Negotiation for the terms of the lease (including rent, transfer options, duration, exit and renewal options)
  • Subletting of premises
  • Insurance advice and assistance identifying the most suitable business insurance opportunities
  • Possible dispute resolution

Wills, Probate & Estate Planning

Avalon Law offers one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to obtain a will in the Avalon area and Sydney’s north coastal suburbs.

We can assist you with:

  • Drafting & updating Wills
  • Applying for Probate
  • Preparation of Power of Attorney documents
  • Preparation of Guardianship documents and assistance with the Guardianship Board
  • Assistance with claims against wills & estates
  • Deceased estate claims / defending deceased estates
  • Estate planning administration
  • Letters of Administration (in the event that a Will is deemed invalid)
  • Supreme Court estate litigation
  • Assistance with the Family Provision Act 1982

We always recommend keeping your will up-to-date.  This makes distributing your estate a far less stressful event for your family/beneficiaries.

Letters of Administration

In the some-what complicated event that a valid Will has not been left, we can assist you with applying to the Supreme Court of NSW for Letters of Administration. In these circumstances, there is legislation that details how an estate may be distributed and by whom. The Supreme Court can appoint an Administrator to distribute the estate under the Wills, Probate and Administration Act 1898.

The Family Provision Act 1982

If you expected to receive a bequest under a Will but have not been provided for, you can may be able to submit a claim under the Family Provision Act 1982, provided that you can clearly set out reasons as to why you should be considered a beneficiary of the deceased estate.


We can assist you in an application to the Supreme Court of NSW for Probate where there is a valid Will and you have been nominated as an Executor of that Will. The Supreme Court can then grant probate which authorises you to distribute the deceased estate in accordance with the provisions of the will.