Doyles’ Guides Leading Wills, Estates and Succession Planning Lawyer, Andrew Aitken has joined Coleman Greig Lawyers, as of 2 November 2020.
Andrews bring a team of three with him, Associate Camille Broadhurst who offers expertise in estate planning and business succession as well as Paralegal Annelyse Chaboisseau and Legal Support member, Cecilia Vega.
With over 30 years’ experience and having run his own practice previously, Andrew brings a wealth of expertise in estates, succession planning, commercial law and the renewable energy space, including wind and solar farms.
Andrew was a pioneer in Australia in advising numerous landowners of proposed wind and solar farms. For over a decade his advice has been highly sought after. There is no doubt that this is a growing and unique area of law. Andrew is passionate about continuing to assist, educate and protect landowners of these proposals.
“Our clients will benefit from Andrew’s in-depth knowledge and expertise in dealing with complicated arrangements, Wills, trusts, business structuring and renewable energy” CEO, Warrick McLean said.
On making the decision to join Coleman Greig, Mr Aitken said, “the team is looking forward to joining forces with Coleman Greig to deliver high quality and tailored services to Greater Western Sydney clients and continuing to service the needs of his existing client base whilst leveraging the vast practice areas that Coleman Greig offers.”
A big believer in taking a holistic approach, Andrew has helped generations of clients over the years, assisting with unique assets, potential tax implications and potential family provisions claims under the Succession Act.
Andrew also advises on the sale and purchase of businesses and companies, corporate governance, risk management and a wide range of issues facing SME owners, including intellectual property, shareholder agreements and commercial contracts.
Andrew has a practical approach to advising and resolving complex cases for all of his clients.