Voluntary administration; bankruptcy and arrangements without sequestration; liquidation; bankruptcy; receiverships; Court ordered enforcement and debt recovery.
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Our litigation specialists in Brisbane, Sydney and Goondiwindi handle all types of litigation and dispute resolution matters, including complex, sensitive and high-value commercial disputes. The aim of our litigation team on every matter is to deliver a timely and cost-effective resolution of all commercial disputes. Our goal is to avoid the Court room where possible, and rather seek a fair resolution in a way that avoids escalating legal fees.
Our experienced negotiators can represent you in alternative dispute resolutions such as mediation, expert determination and arbitration. We have a wide network of specialist consultants including forensic document specialists, barristers, rural spray drift specialists, accountants and other professionals who we engage to advise on elements of the proceedings and or offer testimonies in court. Our litigation solicitors have experience in complex commercial litigation, dispute resolution and civil litigation in the Goondiwindi Magistrates and District Court, the Courts in Brisbane and Sydney and the Federal Courts.
Doyle Wilson was established over 30 years ago in Goondiwindi, on the border of Queensland in New South Wales; the centre of Australia’s most productive agricultural region in terms of export earnings. Our partners Andrew Doyle and Lachlan Wilson have firsthand experience of the issues and complexities that rural businesses face. Both come from farming backgrounds and have strong connections with rural New South Wales and Queensland. With decades of knowledge and experience in dealing with the issues confronting the agribusiness sector, we are well-positioned to provide practical solutions on agribusiness law matters. And because the rural lifestyle is part of our heritage, we’re uniquely suited to deliver the approachable and authentic customer service that our rural clients tend to expect.