Coleman Greig Lawyers Opens in Penrith

Residents and businesses within the Penrith Nepean region will now have access to a wider range of high quality legal services, expertise and support following Coleman Greig Lawyers’ opening of offices on Penrith CBD’s High Street, effective Monday 2 July 2018.

Coleman Greig’s CEO Warrick McLean has described the firm’s continued expansion within Greater Western Sydney as a genuine win for those living and working within the area, who are looking for high quality legal services and expertise.

“Coleman Greig’s move into Penrith is set to allow those within the growing city far easier access to a higher level of legal advocacy and advice than ever before.  As Western Sydney’s leading law firm, we understand how important it is for lawyers to have a deep understanding of both the business and cultural landscape within which their clients are based.”

With a focus on this ongoing need, Coleman Greig’s new Penrith office will be staffed by a carefully selected group of professional and administrative staff who themselves are local to the Penrith area.  With staff coming from areas such as the Nepean, the lower Blue Mountains, Emu Heights and Penrith City, clients can rest assured that their legal matters will be handled with the care, understanding and high level of capability that Coleman Greig is known for, by staff who have a genuine personal connection to the Penrith region.

Karina Ralston, Principal of the firm and head of Coleman Greig’s Penrith Family Law team notes that “Penrith truly is an aspirational city, one which deserves a dynamic and innovative law firm to match its ongoing growth.  As part of Western Sydney’s leading Family Law team, I am proud to be playing a role in Coleman Greig’s permanent move into an area which continues to show such exciting potential!”

As an Accredited Family Law Specialist, Karina brings with her an especially high level of legal knowledge and expertise with regard to Family Law matters.  Karina is one of the few Accredited Family Law Specialists practising within the Penrith region, allowing Coleman Greig’s Penrith Family Law team to offer services and advice that consistently go above and beyond client expectations.  Alongside Karina’s specialist accreditation, she is also an accredited Family Law Mediator and Arbitrator (AIFLAM), providing our Penrith clients with easy access to the firm’s Mediation and Arbitration services.

Andrew Grima, Principal and head of Coleman Greig’s Commercial Property team will also move to the firm’s Penrith office.  As a longstanding resident, and having represented Coleman Greig ‘s clients within the area for the past 19 years, Andrew is genuinely passionate about the Penrith Nepean region.

As a member of the Penrith Valley Chamber of Commerce, Andrew brings with him a deep knowledge and understanding of issues relating to property sales and acquisitions, developments and the infrastructural requirements within the Penrith region.

On Coleman Greig’s move into Penrith, Andrew commented “I couldn’t be happier with the firm’s recent move into the Penrith market.  As many of our staff are aware, I’m passionate about the city’s growth as one of Western Sydney’s business hubs, and I’m excited to be playing a pivotal role in Penrith’s continued expansion!”

Coleman Greig Lawyers is proud to announce the opening of our new Penrith office, which will provide clients access to a wide range of high quality commercial and personal legal services, as well as a selection of training opportunities for business owners, including accounting and financial planning professionals.  Located in Suite 1, Level 2, 121 Henry Street Penrith, our offices are conveniently placed within a five minute walk of the Penrith Court House, and are a similarly short stroll from Penrith station.


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