COMMERCIAL & PROPERTY LAWYER
As an experienced commercial lawyer, Kirsty is focused on assisting her clients to proactively manage their business legal responsibilities whilst gaining an advantage over competitors. Kirsty provides advice on business planning, formation and restructure, asset protection, directors’ duties and business succession. This includes preparation of shareholder agreements, commercial contracts, sale and purchase agreements as well as financing documents for a variety of enterprises.
Kirsty’s major interest is to assist her commercial clients and their financial advisors to plan and implement strategies to build, manage and exit from profitable businesses.
Kirsty commenced her legal career in 2009 as a commercial litigator in Sydney and has attained a Masters of Law (Applied Law) majoring in Commercial Litigation. She has acted in commercial litigation matters which broadly include business separation and shareholder disputes.
In her role as a property lawyer, Kirsty provides advice on all facets of a property transaction including due diligence, acquisition, development and disposal of property. Her experience includes advising in relation to subdivision and development of land (including drafting master contracts for “off the plan’” sales) preparation of section 88B instruments, advising in relation to rural property transactions (including water purchases and sales) and drafting retail and commercial leases.
Away from the office, Kirsty carries on a family farming enterprise with her husband. Her interest outside of the law has resulted in Kirsty working with a number of rural families to plan the future of the farming enterprise and family farm.
You can connect with Kirsty on LinkedIn.