By Rebecca Tetlow As seen in the October 2015 edition of B2B Magazine I’m not particularly handy when it comes to home maintenance,but there’s one thing I have learnt from the plethora of home renovation shows – when DIY projects go … Read More
Your Life, Your Lawyers.
DDCS Lawyers specialise in all aspects of Family Law, Wills, Estates and Business Succession. Established in 2007 by Partners Julie Dobinson, Phillip Davey, Lois Clifford and Di Simpson, the DDCS team has built an award winning reputation for providing the best legal advice and representation in Canberra. Our team includes six Family Law Accredited Specialists and Canberra’s only Wills and Estates Accredited Specialist.
But what matters most? We care. Our kind of law requires a unique blend of skill, compassion and emotional intelligence to best guide you through the changes life can bring. This has allowed us to help thousands of clients in Canberra and rural NSW to achieve optimal outcomes in their legal matters. We pride ourselves as being advocates about a range of social issues and are committed to encouraging the legal profession to be more than just lawyers.
Our team brings a powerful blend of experience combining the practice of law and academic credentials. Our lawyers are some of Canberra’s best and we pride ourselves on being highly respected by our clients and other professionals.
Everything we do is guided by the needs of our clients. Every member of our team and every part of the process is guided by what YOU as a client need in your unique situation. There is no one size fits all approach and we take great pride in ensuring you get the best outcome.
We’re committed to not only being the very best we can be as lawyers, but as advocates for a range of social issues that may have an impact on us all. We volunteer our time to create awareness on these issues which ultimately makes us more knowledgeable as lawyers and more passionate as professionals.
By Di Simpson Earlier this year, I read an article in Daily Life where Jane Gilmore explored, “How can Victoria tackle domestic violence without a national response?” Jane identified a number of key issues relating to the challenges facing the … Read More
By Stuart Cameron As seen in the June edition of B2B Magazine We live in the Information Age, where access to previously unobtainable information is available at the stroke of a key. We look to the world wide web to answer … Read More