Our office will be closed for a short time over the Christmas and New Year period.Read More
Congratulations to our very own Robert Byrd who was recently recognised for achieving the milestone of 25 years in the practice of law! 21 of those years have been here with PJ Donnellan & Co.Read More
We understand that attending Court can be a daunting experience. If you have been charged with a drink driving offence, contact our office and make an appointment to see one of our solicitors. We can advise you and represent you in Court to ensure your best case is put forward.Read More
In starting a new year, this week we have casted our minds back to some landmark cases held in 2016.
In the past 12 months, a multitude of significant cases have been heard within the Australian court system, subsequently providing the legal profession with important precedent to follow. These cases provide relevant authority that aids in shaping the future of legal practice and ultimately the future direction of our society.
Below are some of the of the most intriguing, strange and significant Australian court cases of 2016.Read More
Our very own, Pauline Wright- The 2017 President of the Law Society of NSW.
We are incredibly proud to have the privilege to work alongside Pauline. She is an exceptionally accomplished solicitor who we have no doubt will leave large foot prints to fill at the end of her term as president.Read More
As a signatory to The Law Society of NSW's Charter For The Advancement of Women in The Legal Profession, we are proud to be a part of an initiative that supports women in our industry accessing and benefiting from the same rewards, resources and opportunites as men.Read More
When we least expect it life can often throw curve balls our way. Placing yourself on the front foot and being prepared for life’s unexpected events requires well thought out planning.
Legally appointing someone you trust as your Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardian is in essence, your very own personal insurance policy against life’s unexpectancies.Read More
The simple answer… is yes!
Making a Will is often a task that can be overlooked, forgotten or simply placed in the ‘too hard’ basket.
However, the reality is making a Will is the best way to ensure that your estate is distributed in accordance with your wishes, that any children you may have under the age of 18 are cared for and any last wishes as to where you would like to be buried of cremated after you have left this world are adhered to.Read More