I have a background in Police and have worked in criminal and employment investigations for many years, this includes working for government and private organisations. I have the knowledge coupled with a down to earth common sense approach to the law. I believe that the law is there for everyone, it should be accessible. It can be complex at times and my approach is to try to ensure that you the client understand it.
I am a qualified Fraud Investigator, an expert in white collar, corporate crime. I use my investigation experience to find assets in family law matters. As a Solicitor Advocate and former Police Officer with nearly 24 years experience in the legal profession, I achieve excellent results for clients. I am on the Panels for Law Enforcement Commission and ICAC.
I taught at the NSW Police Academy for 3 years, training police recruits in criminal law. Now I use all my experience and knowledge to ensure that you the client obtain the correct outcome in the court and in your matter. Knowing how the police operate and how to investigate is an important aspect in the practice of litigation. This means that I see points of law that other less experienced lawyers who do not have this expertise may miss.
John Amiradakis commenced his legal career in 2004 and was admitted as an Attorney in the High Court of South Africa in 2006. John is also admitted as a Solicitor in Australia. His dual admission and years of experience as a legal professional enables him to provide client’s with sound legal advice and achieve outstanding results for them.
John has significant experience in both litigation and commerce and this has allowed him to use his skills in various areas of the law, including criminal and traffic law, commercial and retail leases, general litigation, family law and employment related issues such as unfair dismissals.
John is passionate about all things legal. He relates to people from a wide variety of backgrounds and strives to provide practical and cost effective legal advice and achieve outstanding results for his clients.
Cathy Ohanian commenced her career in the legal profession in 2012 when she commenced work as a paralegal for a Sydney law firm while studying law at the University of Western Sydney. Cathy graduated from the University of Western Sydney in 2013 with a double degree: Bachelor of Laws/ Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Human Resource Management) and obtained her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice though the Australian National University. She was admitted as a solicitor in the New South Wales Supreme Court in July 2014.
Cathy assists clients in many areas of law including Family Law, Conveyancing and Property Law, Personal Injury Law, and Wills, Probate and Estate Matters. Her attention to detail and remarkable ability to multi-task across all matters within the firm results in her continually achieving outstanding results for her clients.
Cathy prides herself on providing clients with a compassionate and a personalised service, keeping clients in-the-know and informed about their matters every step of the way. Cathy’s clients are always appreciative of the excellent results she achieves for them.
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