We provide clear and realistic advice with tailored solutions on all insolvency and business restructuring matters.
Our approach is focused on delivering technical expertise with the pragmatism to achieve our clients' commercial objectives.
We advise receivers, liquidators and statutory managers across the complete range of insolvency and restructuring matters including:
Our multi-disciplinary skills assist in times of financial crisis and business change.
Litigation, tax, and corporate and commercial restructuring law. The firm has a wealth of expertise in advising and acting for individuals, businesses and large corporations on contentious and non-contentious matters.
Our unique knowledge and experience in the tax arena allows us to assist our clients through the complex, often multi-jurisdictional and technical world of tax. This can range from structural advice, assisting with questions, queries or an audit to dispute... Read more
We provide clear and realistic advice with tailored solutions on all insolvency & business restructuring matters. Our approach is focused on delivering technical expertise with the pragmatism to achieve our clients' commercial objectives. We advise receivers... Read more
Our approach is to manage disputes in a commercial and cost-effective way to achieve your objectives as the client. This includes exploring settlement options and other dispute resolution methods when appropriate. We seek to identify key issues early... Read more
Kilian & Associates has a strong presence in the High Court and all District Courts. We act in both privately funded and legal aid cases. We are categorised at the top level (category 4) for criminal cases. For Legal Aid, cases that categorised as PAL 3 or 4 can... Read more
Depends on what sort of case you have. Often civil matters should get lawyers involved before any contracts, or agreements have been entered into to ensure the process is conducted properly. In criminal matters, a lawyer should be appointed as soon as police are involved. In our experience, do not go to any interviews without a lawyer present.
You can elect a Jury Trial in some circumstances. The key difference is that in a JAT the Judge is the only person who makes all the decisions, whereas in a Jury Trial the jury are the people who make a determination on the facts of the case, and the Judge assists with the law. For more information please see attached document.
Our firm does both Criminal and Civil Legal Aid and is approved at the top level for both. Legal Aid is dependent on an income based application. Not everyone will be entitled to Legal Aid. Although for civil, you can choose a legal aid lawyer, your requirements to obtain legal aid are not only financial but will also require your lawyer/legal representative to elaborate on the key elements of the case and possibilities of success. This is then left to the discretion of the Legal Aid officer to determine legal aid.
In Criminal matters, if you are charged with a charge categorised as PAL 1 and 2, you cannot choose a lawyer when applying. However for PAL 3 and 4 cases, you are able to decide.