December 2, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyers – Western Australia, 2019

Elise Croft
Peter Nevin
Morgan-Solomon
James Steedman
Hugh Cahill
Daniel-Gill
Claire Hawke-Gundill
Eric Tang
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Elise Croft
Peter Nevin
Morgan-Solomon
James Steedman
Hugh Cahill
Daniel-Gill
Claire Hawke-Gundill
Eric Tang
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The 2019 listing of leading West Australian Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyers details solicitors practising within the areas of Wills & Estates Litigation, Disputes and Contested matters in the WA legal market who have been identified by their peers for their expertise and abilities in these areas.

Preeminent

Sally Bruce, Jackson McDonald
Maree van der Kwast, Dwyer Durack

Leading

Rebecca Conder, Cullen Macleod
Elise Croft, Croftbridge
Rob Durey, Ryan & Durey
Craig Gregson, Gregson & Associates
Amanda Liston, Amanda Liston Legal
Peter Nevin, Taylor Smart
Morgan Solomon, Solomon Hollett
James Steedman, Lavan

Recommended

Hugh Cahill, Cullen Macleod
David Fleming, HFM Legal
Daniel Gill, Dwyer Durack
Claire Hawke-Gundill, Kott Gunning
Elizabeth Heenan, Culshaw Miller
Marcia Jarvis, Bespoke Wills & Estates
David Lang, McDonald Rudder
Louella McFarlane, McFarlane Legal
Darren Miller, Culshaw Miller
Emily Nixon, Bespoke Wills & Estates
Michaela Speering, Culshaw Miller
Eric Tan, Robertson Hayles
Murray Thornhill, HHG Legal Group

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