Frontier Law Group
Level 1, 159 Queen Street, Campbelltown North NSW 2560
Also Services: Sydney, Liverpool/Fairfield, and Wollongong & Illawarra
Frontier Law Group provides a complete suite of legal services for families and businesses in the Sydney Metropolitan area and throughout NSW.
Frontier Law Group provides a wide range of legal services including:
- Wills, Probate & Estates
- Personal Insolvency (Bankruptcy & Arrangements)
- Corporate Insolvency
- Business Rescue, Structuring & Re-Structuring
- Taxation & Superannuation
- Corporations Law Advice & Litigation
- Commercial Advice & Litigation
- Conveyancing & Property Law
- Family Law (property & parenting)
- Criminal Law
- General Litigation and Appeals in all jurisdictions
Our Main Office is located in the St George Bank Building on Queen Street, Campbelltown. We attend appointments in Campbelltown, Hurstville, Parramatta and Sydney CBD.
For convenience, we also attend appointments at hospitals, nursing homes, and of course at our clients' home if preferred or necessary.
Our Primary Goal is to help our clients obtain the best possible outcome - having regard to costs, risks and benefits. More than 70% of our civil matters "settle" without needing a Court hearing, which often saves many tens of thousands of dollars, eliminates risk and gives certainty of result.
Our Mission: is signified by the phrase: "Going Beyond Today".
We look beyond the present, identify our clients' needs and circumstances, and actively search for solutions.
Our mission is:
- To serve the interests of justice
- To provide excellent and valuable legal services
- To be proactive rather than reactive
- To ascertain our clients' requirements and goals
- To identify desired outcomes and possible alternatives
- To communicate promptly and clearly with our clients
Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced solicitor.
Our Team Profiles
Thomas is admitted to practice as a Legal Practitioner in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and as a Solicitor and Barrister in the High Court of Australia and all Federal Courts.
Thomas practices mainly in Deceased Estate Law, property law, equity (eg, principles of good conscience), family law and bankruptcy. He also acts in serious crime and complex commercial matters, where he appears frequently in the Federal, Supreme, District and Local Courts.
Thomas maintains that our remarkable results are due to the hard work and dedication of our personnel: the sum of our individuals, working as a team in the best interests of our clients.
Thomas began his career in 1987 as a trainee with a firm of Chartered Accountants in Sydney.
He graduated from UWS Macarthur School of Law with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Major in Business Law, First Class Honours and the University Medal. Thomas then received an Australian Postgraduate Award in 2000 and undertook three years of postgraduate research. During this time, Thomas delivered lectures in a range of subjects including Company Law, Equity & Trusts and Advanced Torts & Civil Wrongs.
Thomas relishes intellectual challenge and every opportunity to "fight for the underdog". He often represents vulnerable people such as elderly victims of frauds and young people.
As an aside, Thomas has an interest in International Law, being elected in Paris to membership of the International Institute of Space Law in 2007.
Thomas is interested in history, an avid reader, a gardener of sorts and a skilled operator and repairer of radio-controlled helicopters.
Peita started her legal career with Frontier Law Group while undertaking a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Ethics and Management. Peita has a double degree in Social Science and Laws from UWS, with a Major in Criminology and a Minor in Psychology.
Peita previously worked in the security industry for world-class sports people and entertainers.
Peita practices mainly in Commercial Litigation, Family Law (property & parenting matters), Criminal Law and Estates, Mental Health Law and Sports & Entertainment Law.
Peita takes special interest in Native Title Claims, and Human Rights Law.
Due to the constantly changing legal requirements, Peita has had extensive involvement in reviewing and drafting deeds and other documents for self-managed superannuation funds.
Peita appears regularly in the Supreme Court of NSW, Family Court of Australia, Federal Magistrates Court, District Courts and Local Courts.
Peita has worked extensively in criminal matters and care proceedings for children and families, where issues concerning mental health, substance abuse and violence often arise at first instance or on appeal.
Peita often appears on behalf of other law firms at short notice.
In her spare time Peita enjoys watching Rugby, films and listening to music.
Senior Legal SecretaryProfile
Jill has more than 30 years experience as a legal secretary and has a wealth of practical knowledge and experience in a variety of areas of law.
Jill is constantly praised for her attention to detail and for being meticulous in her work.
Jill resides in the Macarthur area.
Jason began working in the health industry as a part-time wardsman and Student Nurse (University of Western Sydney Macarthur) in 1990. He worked in the areas of gerontology, psychology, and accident and emergency.
In 1995, Jason was involved in a traffic accident where he lost sight in his right eye. He then moved to the country and worked with a livestock transporter.
In 1997, Jason returned to the health industry, helping people who had suffered brain injuries to access the community. Jason also worked in a private methadone clinic.
In 2003, Jason joined Frontier Law Group as a clerk, and since then he has gained experience in conveyancing, self-managed superannuation, commercial and domestic refinancing, mortgage documentation, caveats, civil litigation and criminal matters.
Jason is now completing a law degree at the Southern Cross University.
Jason has a special interest in Elder Law and Agricultural Law.
Jason enjoys science fiction movies, training working dogs and horticulture. He is small acreage farmer.
Kimberley is a valued member of our team, who handles the majority of our conveyancing, registration and search work.
Kimberley has completed a Certificate IV in Legal Services at TAFE and is now completing her Conveyancing Diploma at University on a part time basis.
Who needs to write a will?
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Thanks to Frontier Law for sorting out a problem I had with someone putting misinformatioon about me on a website. I was horrified when my name was being brought into disrepute by a former employer who had turned against me after I left her employ. Frontier came to the rescue and within a few hours the offending material was removed from the website. I am so incredibly grateful for the speed and efficiency of the Frontier team. Thanks
Thanks to Frontier for their excellent advice for our business. Greatly appreciate all you work. I recommend you without reservation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Frontier Law have a lot of experience in writing wills and planning estates. If you want to be sure you are looking after the interests of your beneficiaries then you should get professional help.
It's amazing what you will learn!I need help in a will dispute!
Frontier Law will help you all the way if you find yourself on the wrong side of a will dispute. Whether you believe that you have been wrongfully left out of a will, may have been given less than you are entitled to or are just not sure how these things work then we can help. Give us a call for a FREE consultation.How do I manage a bankruptcy?
Firstly, don’t rush into making a decision to go bankrupt as other options may be better.
If bankruptcy is your best option then you need to take legal advice to avoid some of the worst case scenarios that could affect you.
At Frontier Law we have experience in dealing with bankrutcy for both personal and commercial situations. So give us a call for a FREE consultation
Wills and inheritance disputes
A full will writing, probate and estate planning service including any inheritance disputes that may arise.
From minor traffic offences to serious criminal charges, Frontier Law can help you, your family or your business in times of difficulty. We can assist with, Drug offences, sexual offences, fraud offences, traffic offences, assaults and AVO's.
Whether you have a parental custody and access situation, a divorce to file or defend, property and asset claims following a marriage, Frontier Law are here to help you.
Conveyancing and Property law
Whether you are buying or selling your home, commercial or investment property, Frontiers experience will make sure your interests are looked after in the most cost effective way possible.