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  • Williamstown’s premier commercial business law firm

Williamstown Lawyers also trading as Williamstown Business Lawyers (r) and Willaw™ is an accredited specialist Victorian Law firm practising in Williamstown, Victoria Australia 3016, through sole principal Tim Walsh.

After many years of challenging and rewarding legal experience, further education and qualification and a huge amount of dedication, the ability and maturity of the principal in conjunction with depth of knowledge of commercial law in most of its aspects, as well as a very broad practice base, qualify Williamstown Lawyers to deliver personalised, intelligent and imaginative solutions for small and medium businesses and private clients.

The uncompromising philosophy of Willaw is to always to work closely with our client and, in a complementary way with other client advisors including accountants; to strive to see things from our client’s perspective; to spend our own time and become emotionally involved; to add value; and to always seek to advance our client’s interests and to guide our client forward; to never give up. Contact us today …to find out how we can help you with your business and general legal matters.

Recent Articles

Business structures – Instalment 1 – Sole Trader or Partnership
  • August 4, 2015

These are forms of trading or carrying on business in person. The person or persons (if a partnership) is/are personally entitled to all benefits and profits and liable for all activities and losses of the business.

Commercial taxation law – GST interim news update from the Australian 21/07
  • August 4, 2015

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has hosed down expectations his leaders retreat will settle on changes to the GST. “We are at the beginning of the process,” Mr Abbott said on Tuesday.

Business Commercial disputes – settlement pressures
  • August 4, 2015

In complex cases (many examples such as cases against directors or Banks) the Statements of Claim and the Affidavits that are supposed to “tell the story” prove to be quite irrelevant and inadequate, often requiring amendment or re-statement close to Hearing when new claims are also often introduced (much to the annoyance of Courts) often leading to adjournments and delays, and Judges are not uncommonly disposed to dismiss claims (or parts) and defences and requires the parties to go away to discuss settlement.