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Practice Areas

These are some of the areas of law that Nino Galgano is able to provide assistance to clients. It is not an exhaustive list but provides an indication of the legal services provided to clients.
Contact Nino Galgano on 9383 3611 [select 1 at  the prompt] to arrange a consultation to discuss your matter and as to how he can assist you.
Conveyancing - Property Law


Purchasing or selling a property is one of the biggest financial decisions a person makes during their life. This important task should not be left to just anyone, but to someone with the appropriate University legal qualification and who has over 40 years experience in this field.


I have acted for many clients in assisting them with the legal requirements of completing the purchase or sale of their home or investment property; from providing pre-purchase advice to intending first time purchasers to the preparation of Vendor [Section 32] Statements and Contracts of Sale for vendors.


With mandated Electronic Conveyancing this firm has implemented processes to take appropriate advantage of PEXA services.

Probate - Succession  Law


Upon a death of a family member or a loved one there are many legal matters that need attention.


At this difficult time, I can provide assistance in ensuring that the wishes of the deceased are carried out by finalising the deceased's Estate, such as transferring property to their nominated beneficiary be this a spouse, a child, relative, friend or an organisation.

Commercial Business  Law inlcuding Lease Law


Assitance is provided in the following areas:-


Purchase and sale of business;


Entering into Commercial or Retail lease from both the Landlord or the Tenant's perspective;


Advising on the appropriate Business structure






Association Law

​Having been District Legal Officer for a Rotary District and having acted for many Cultural, Sporting and Education Associations in over 40 years of legal practice, I am suitably placed and experienced to provide advice in this area of law.




Death is inevitable. Some may avoid or delay it longer than others but it is a fate that we will all encounter.


No one wants to leave problems for those left behind; so a Will prepared by a legally qualified Lawyer will ensure that your wishes are carried out and the risk of litigation minimised.


Powers of Attorneys

​If a Will is something we do for when we are no longer around, a Power of Attorney is for the times in our lives when we are unable to carry out or administer our own affairs.


This is where a Power of Attorney - Enduring -Financial and Personal [or General] is important.


Make the decision whilst you are able to and appoint someone you trust to administer your affairs should you in the future become incapable of doing so.




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