RKL has extensive experience in assisting clients in all aspects of property law, including: Adverse possession claims, Residential and retail tenancies, Owner corporations, Native title, Property management and development, Review, preparation and negotiation of commercial, retail and industrial leases including subleases and licences, Retail and residential lease disputes, Zoning, planning and...
RKL has extensive negotiation, mediation, arbitration, alternative dispute resolution and litigation experience. We appreciate the importance of knowing what our clients’ expectations are and work towards achieving matching results. We strive to assist clients to avoid the court room wherever possible. We ensure that alternative dispute resolution methods are explained and explored...
RKL has significant experience in relation to: Wills and Estate planning, Preparing Powers of Attorney, Grants of probate and letters of administration, Administration of deceased estates, Inheritance and superannuation disputes, Estate litigation, Contesting Wills under Part IV of the Administration and Probate Act 1958 (Vic), For more information on how Rudstein Kron Lawyers can assist you with...
RKL’s areas of expertise include: Directors’ duties, Joint ventures, Shareholder agreements, General commercial agreements, Licensing arrangements, Franchising arrangements, Regulatory compliance, Acquisition and sale of businesses, Loan agreements and mortgages, Drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, Tender preparation and compliance. For more information..
Our family lawyers at RKL have significant experience in family and de facto relationship law, both in Australia and internationally. We have handled cases involving: Children’s issues Adoption, Child abduction and Hague Convention matters, Child maintenance and support, IVF and surrogacy arrangements, Relocation, Specialist medical procedures, De facto/domestic relationships...
RKL can assist clients with contractual issues and workmanship issues, including: Contract interpretation, Faulty or unsatisfactory workmanship, Incomplete building works, Non-compliance with Australian Building Codes and Standards, Domestic building disputes under the Domestic Building Contracts Act 1995 (Vic), Fencing Disputes, Matters under the House...
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