Our Legal Practices
We can provide written and oral advice in dual languages of Chinese and English
At D & X Legal we deliver advice in a comprehensive range of commercial matters including general corporate advice, business structuring, commercial agreements, sale and acquisition of businesses, trusts, leasing, FIRB approval and advice, as well as buying and selling of commercial properties.
We work to understand our clients’ businesses objectives to deliver workable solutions and have particular expertise in acting for foreign clients small to medium businesses.
Property Law and Conveyancing
D & X Legal will take care of all your Conveyancing/Property needs. We understand that transactions involving property are some of the most important decisions that you will make and therefore we strive to make the process as simple and stress-free as possible
We deliver advice in a range of Conveyancing matters relating to residential sales and acquisitions, FIRB approval and advice, sub-sale/nomination purchaser advice, stamp duty and other foreigner impost advice and powers of attorney advice.
We are particularly experienced in assisting Chinese clients buying and selling Australian property and we are here to manage the legal process as timeously and efficiently as possible.
At D & X Legal, we understand the stress and trauma associated with the breakdown of a marriage or a de-facto relationship, and we seek to ensure that your family law process is conducted in an empathetic and supportive fashion that seeks to champion your rights and achieve the best available outcomes.
D & X Legal can assist you with all types of divorce, separation related property, superannuation and parenting matters, spousal maintenance, intervention order and breach of intervention order matters.
We also provide advice to clients at the beginning of relationships to help them achieve better asset protection structures, or to ensure that they have clarity about what would happen in the unlikely event of a separation.
Our services in this area include all aspects of Australian migration including:
Dependent children/orphan relatives/adopted children
Sponsoring a temporary overseas employee
Employer nomination scheme/regional sponsored migration scheme
Parents/aged parents/contributory parents
Visa Refusal and Cancellation
Judicial Review through the Courts
Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) appeals
Wills and Estate
A Will is a legal document outlining how your assets are distributed after your death.
A Power of Attorney document allows you to nominate another person to act on behalf of you.
No-one wants to think about death or becoming handicapped. But it’s important to decide what will happen to your assets if tragedy hits.
Find out how you can give instructions to your family about your legal and medical preferences should you fall ill or lose the capacity to make those decisions yourself. Contact us today.