Australian Capital Territory.
Area of expertise: Commercial Law, Startup Law, Sale of Business, Leasing, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Contract Disputes, Employer Law, Financial Services Law.
I have over 15 years of experience in Law, including 12+ years of professional practice (6 of those years at partner level). I have recently founded my own virtual, online boutique law practice because I believe in doing law differently – I have moved away from the traditional law firm model of lavish offices and billable hours, and instead, I focus on building relationships with my clients and supporting them work through their various legal needs and challenges. I specialise in working with new and established businesses to either help get them set up properly right at the very start or to tidy things up once they have been operating for a while. I have seen so much go wrong for businesses when they don’t take the time to set things up properly – the end result can be heartbreaking.
To connect with me, you can request a complimentary phone chat or find out more by visiting my website https://www.tracey-mylecharane.com.au/
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