Rostron Carlyle have been advising many of the country’s leading corporations, banks, statutory bodies and individuals since 2001.
ROSTRON CARLYLE SOLICITORS
Formed in 2001, Rostron Carlyle Solicitors has grown into one of Australia’s leading firms, now led by 5 partners and employing more than 40 professional staff who specialise in a number of key practice areas. Our experienced and committed professionals are focused on providing clients with result-orientated outcomes and commercially minded options to a range of legal issues.
Continuing our growth and commitment to the New South Wales market, Rostron Carlyle incorporated the well regarded and long standing law firm of Maunder & Jeffrey into its national presence. The partners and staff of Maunder & Jeffrey bring with them a wealth of experience, understanding and know how to the Rostron Carlyle team in Sydney and are recognised as experts in the fields of corporate, commercial, property and succession & estates law.
In 2015 Rostron Carlyle continues to grow its national presence, breaking into the Victorian and Western Australian market with strong central offices launched in Melbourne and Perth.
What sets Rostron Carlyle apart is our professionals’ personal skills. Technical excellence in the law is commonplace, the ability for lawyers to relate and empathise with clients, regardless of the nature of their legal issue, is rarer. Rostron Carlyle’s philosophy and values focus on innovation, commitment and honesty, combined with our ‘relaxed professionalism’. This approach appeals to our clients and staff alike, where we strive to be more than just lawyers, but people upon whom you can rely. This attitude has been the cornerstone of our growth and success, and why we take great pride in the long term relationships we build together with clients.
For more information on our legal services please see our specialised solicitors services below.
26th June 2015
The sale of property frequently gives rise to disputes concerning ownership of items on the land removed by a seller. In determining this question, the Courts consider the issue of whether the disputed items are characterised as a chattel or a fixture. In many cases, the value of such items are such > Read More
26th June 2015
A company’s existence may be ended in a number of ways; most commonly we think of the traditional winding up or liquidation process (either with or without the intermediate step of administration) pursuant to which a liquidator takes control of the assets and realises them for the benefit of creditors. More simply, > Read More
26th June 2015
In June 2014 the State Drug and Serious Crime Group commenced a Controlled Operation targeting the sale of Dangerous Drugs in the Fortitude Valley Drink Safe Precinct. This operation was codenamed Mike Compass. The operation involved a number of investigative strategies including the use of covert law enforcement participants (undercover police). On > Read More
My children are over 18, but I still financially support them – am I entitled to support from the other parent?
25th June 2015
With the cost of living so high these days, it is becoming more common for children to stay at home after graduating from high school or while undergoing tertiary education. While most parents are happy to have their child continue to live with them after the age of 18, the added expense > Read More
24th June 2015
It is most common for a trust deed to include a clause providing for the automatic removal of a trustee upon the occasioning of an insolvency event by that trustee. In the case of a corporate trustee this would include the appointment of an external administrator (voluntary administrator, liquidator and/or receiver). Over > Read More
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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Phone (07) 3009 8444
Fax (07) 3009 8499
GPO Box 3203 Brisbane , QLD 4001
Sydney office details
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Phone (02) 9264 2911
Fax (02) 9264 2769
Level 9, 60 Park Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
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Perth WA 6000