Areas of law
We can assist with advice and representations on behalf of clients to the organisations involved and then to relevant administrative tribunals to obtain the outcome needed by our clients.
These are areas where clients need to anticipate business development and potential problems. The services we provide to our clients go to ensure the success of business arrangements and avoiding future problems.
We listen to our clients and advise to achieve results for those persons for whom they care. At the time to implement our clients’ wishes, we act with compassion and experience to assist.
We intervene on three levels. The first is explanation to the satisfaction of our clients of the commitment proposed. The second is then to negotiate and review before our clients commit. Finally we do all things necessary, including dealing with parties such as banks and administration, to ensure the successful accomplishment of what our clients committed to achieve, within their budget.
Our job as lawyers is to protect and pursue the rights of our clients and to ensure their freedom from cruel, unfair and intolerable persecution.
We intervene where clients are confused and frustrated by application of foreign laws and compliance demanded by foreign administrations. Our qualifications, experience and international associations enable us to take the burden off clients and resolve these matters with positive outcomes for our clients.
Immigration law is an area that touches on fundamental issues for clients including, not least, their happiness and that of their family. These very human issues make this an area about which we are passionate and determined to succeed for our clients.
Our role is to ensure compliance of our clients with their legal obligations and where necessary, enforcing those obligations preventing expensive otherwise unforseen outcomes.
We recognise the clients need to resolve disputes quickly and cost effectively. Our approach to dispute resolution is to ensure a practical result suitable to clients' particular circumstances and to minimise negative impacts.