Established in 2006, Anderson Boemi Lawyers is a growing modern legal firm with extensive experience in providing legal services to residents in Sydney’s Hills District and wider New South Wales. The Hills District is comprised of many local communities, from Parramatta to Hornsby, including Castle Hill, Baulkham Hills, Kenthurst, Cherrybrook, Bella Vista, Thornleigh & Berowra. Marissa Boemi and Warwick Anderson, the firm’s Principal’s, have years of practice management experience and have built the practice with a strong client-focus and by forming close relationships with their clients and the community. The firm’s clients include businesses both large and small, families, individuals and investors both within Australia and internationally. In addition to our own expertise we have a reliable network of other experts who provide further assistance and advice to our clients when necessary.
Following on from our success winning the Professional Services category in the 2016 Hills Business Awards, Anderson Boemi Lawyers have gone to the next level taking out the Professional Services Category in the National Small Business Awards.
In a gala ceremony at Sydney’s Westin Hotel, our team’s hard work and dedication was officially recognised with a first place award.
At ABL we understand that legal problems cause significant stress and often financial difficulties for people and we are serious about providing practical legal solutions that enable our client’s to address their legal problems as effectively as possible so they can get on with their day to day life as soon as possible.
We are also excited to announce that our recruitment drive has been successful and over the next few weeks our team will be joined by experienced Solicitors, allowing us to continue to provide real solutions to your legal problems.
Our “real people… real solutions” motto is at the core of everything we do at ABL and with the addition of our new team members we will be able to provide more experienced support to out clients.
Thank you for all your ongoing support and remember, if you have any legal problems, come and speak with one of our experienced staff who will provide you will real solutions.
In the 1960s and 1970s, a company known as Mr Fluffy used loose-fill asbestos as ceiling insulation in some ACT and NSW homes. In the 28 identified Local Government Areas (LGAs) where Mr Fluffy operated, the NSW government is offering free sample testing for loose-fill asbestos to owners of pre-1980s residential properties. Find out more here…
In honor of Love Your Pet Day, over the week we will be sharing our favorite legal tips and information relating to those very important additions to the family. Today’s blog is brought to you by the Family Law Department. Hollywood has recently had an emerging number of ‘custody battles’ over the pooch. In Australia, pets are not expressly recognised in the Family Law Act. While many of us love our pets like members of the family, pets are essentially property. Keep reading to find out how the courts deal with pets…
On 1 January 2016 the new real estate agent underquoting laws kicked in which, among other things, require real estate agents to make a reasonable estimate of the likely selling price of residential property in New South Wales. This means that advertising vague or understated property prices may attract a fine and the loss of commission and fees earned from the sale. The new laws affect the rights and responsibilities of both agents and consumers, find out how here.
The most important consideration in any parenting matter is determining what is in the “best interest of the child”. There is a presumption that arrangements which involve shared responsibilities and cooperation between the parents are in the best interests of the child, however there are instances in which a Court may decide otherwise. Keep reading to find out what factors a Court will take into consideration in determining what is in the best interest of a child.
In 2014 we introduced you to changes in the swimming pool requirements that were effective from 29 April 2014. The NSW Office of Local Government has since extended the compliance date by 24 months. Find out how this may effect you…