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Craig Hollett

Director Begin your Estate Planning

Craig Hollett is a highly regarded and well versed commercial litigator with over 20 years’ experience. Craig’s extensive experience includes commercial and contractual disputes, building and construction, general commercial litigation, debt recovery, bankruptcy and insolvency, insurance law, professional indemnity and liability, defamation, mortgage enforcement, vocational disciplinary proceedings, OH&S prosecutions and public liability. Craig’s ethos is firmly on working towards solutions that each client is seeking, ensuring that each outcome is commercially viable and proportionate to the size and scope of the issue or the opportunity.

Morgan Solomon

Director Begin your Estate Planning

Morgan Solomon is one of the State’s leading succession lawyers. His legal experience spans over 20 years and includes complex wills and estate planning and probate, inheritance issues, estate disputes and litigation and business succession. He also has a wealth of experience in general commercial law. Morgan is regularly listed in the renowned Doyle’s Guide each year as one of the leaders in estates law and frequently speaks to the legal profession and media on the ever-changing and increasingly complex landscape that is succession law. Morgan also sits on the Board of the Prostate Cancer Foundation and is the Chair of the Perth Theatre Trust.

Brandon Hetherington

Associate Begin your Estate Planning

Brandon Hetherington has considerable experience across the realms of wills and estate planning, probate and family provision claims, property law, commercial law and litigation. Brandon’s work has seen him appear frequently across the Magistrates Court, District Court, Supreme Court, and the State Administrative Tribunal.

Brandon has substantial experience in drafting and providing advice on a range of commercial documents, including land sale contracts, leases, business sale agreements, loan agreements, security documents and guarantees. Brandon also has a passion for advocacy, with strong skills when it comes to both running litigation matters and representing clients before the Court.

Andrew Bower

Associate Begin your Estate Planning

Andrew Bower began his legal career as a Law Clerk in 2008, going on to graduate in 2012 with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance. After completing his Articles at a small firm, he was admitted to practice in 2014. Andrew specialises in dispute resolution, commercial litigation and contested guardianship and administration matters and has a keen interest in native title and legal costs. Andrew is invested in his community and is a strong advocate for social change, serving as a volunteer and at board level in several not for profit organisations.

Sarah Clutterbuck

Solicitor Begin your Estate Planning

Sarah has over 14 years’ experience in the legal industry, having worked as a paralegal for several years before her admission to practice in 2015. After a year living and working in the beautiful Hunter Valley and Central Coast regions of NSW, Sarah returned to WA in 2016 and joined our team. Sarah’s experience includes estate planning, probate and estate litigation, property law, trusts, and commercial law.

Sarah is passionate about giving back, having spent time working as a probono lawyer at a community legal centre, volunteering with organisations including the Heart Foundation and Telethon, and currently serves as a member of the ECU School of Business and Law Consultative Committee.

Damon Van Kempen

Solicitor Begin your Estate Planning

Damon Van Kempen was admitted to practice in 2018 after graduating Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Laws and Australian National University with a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice as a fellow of the Piddington Justice Project. Since his admission, Damon has worked in a number of different areas, including Consumer Credit, Family, Criminal, VRO and Child Protection law. Damon has been involved in community legal education both at university and since his graduation and remains a strong proponent of legal education, adopting the position that prevention is always better than cure. Damon is now focused on commercial and estate litigation

Tayla Reeves

Administrative Assistant Begin your Estate Planning

You’ll find Tayla Pickford at our front of house, Tayla is our Administrative Assistant who helps keep the firm running like clockwork. Tayla’s background spans across both the legal and property industries.