Lloyd & Lloyd Solicitors and AM Legal Solutions advises Sydney businesses and families in the areas of commercial law, family law, property and conveyancing, and wills and estates.
Our team of specialist lawyers, led by Principal Solicitor Patrick See, guides our clients through their legal options. We take the worry out of our clients’ legal affairs by finding the best possible solution to their problem, no matter how complex. Our pragmatic, down to earth approach provides our clients with a favourable outcome in a cost-effective manner.
We’ve been putting our clients’ minds at ease since our launch in 1927, earning us the reputation of trusted adviser to a range of well-known Australian businesses. With an in-depth understanding of complex local and international business issues, our commercial law team provides our clients with expert advice that protects their business interests.
We are highly regarded for the way we supervise Anton Piller Orders in the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales, ensuring vital evidence retains its integrity.
During the last 90 years, we’ve provided Australian families with valuable advice in the areas of property law, family law and wills & estates. We understand the dynamics of the modern family and always maintain a clear focus on achieving the best possible outcome for our clients.
When our clients engage us we offer them immediate access to a senior lawyer who meets with them to gain a deep understanding of their priorities and goals. This helps them avoid unnecessary and costly outcomes like litigation. Our personalised approach, which is unrivaled by most Sydney law firms, takes the pain out of our clients’ legal affairs.
BA (Hons) LLB LLM
Patrick is the Principal Lawyer of Lloyd & Lloyd Solicitors. He takes the worry out of his clients’ legal affairs by guiding them through their legal options and solving their complex legal problems.
He practises in commercial law and litigation.
Patrick advises institutional and commercial clients on transactions, joint ventures, finance and structuring of investments, intellectual property and licensing arrangements.
He was admitted to practice in 1986 and became a member of the NSW Bar Association in 1994. Patrick has appeared as counsel in several well-known cases in the High Court of Australia, and in all the main jurisdictions of commercial practice.
As well as being a Costs Assessor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Patrick is an Accredited Independent Lawyer for supervision of Anton Piller Orders in the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales. He is also a nationally accredited Mediator under the Australian National Mediator Accreditation System and a migration agent.
Patrick is deeply committed to providing his clients with high quality, cost-effective legal services.
Some examples of Patrick’s work
You can contact Patrick by sending us an email.
BA LLB (UNSW) GAICD
Alan is deeply committed to finding solutions to his clients’ legal issues and resolving disputes with negotiated outcomes to avoid costly court action. He works hard to secure a favourable outcome for his clients, saving them time, money and worry.
With over 35 years’ experience and practice as a solicitor, Alan heads the firm’s legal division. A graduate in Arts and Law from the University of New South Wales, he has spent 30 years as a principal in CBD law firms practising principally in commercial litigation.
Alan provides advice across a range of issues—property, family, dispute resolution, insolvency, employment, court representation and advocacy, wills and estates and commercial law. He attracts clients from large corporates as well as individuals, families and small businesses.
Alan is a member of the Law Society of NSW and the Law Council of Australia and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has served as a part-time Member of the Federal Administrative Appeal Tribunal since 2017 and the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal to which the State Government first appointed him in 2011.
Alan was an elected member of the NSW Law Society Council where he served for five years. He chaired the Litigation and Cost committees and served on the professional conduct committee for four years.
Alan is the author of numerous articles and a most sought after presenter at legal forums.
Alan prides himself on delivering cost effective and practical outcomes for a diverse range of clients and legal issues.
You can contact Alan by sending us an email.
LLB BCom (Applied Finance), GDLP.
B Comm JCU, Dip. Law LPAB
Karen is Lloyd & Lloyd’s accountant and office manager. As well as running Lloyd & Lloyd’s payroll and finances, she manages the trust accounts of the firm’s clients, a role she greatly enjoys.
Karen holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Diploma of Law.
You can contact Karen by sending us an email.
Erin graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) in 2019. She is in her final year of her Bachelor of Laws at the University of Sydney.
Erin enjoys assisting clients with commercial leasing, sales and purchases of businesses, probate applications and estate administration, intestate estates, family provision claims and all aspects of drafting Wills, Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardianships.
Erin endeavors to become a professional lawyer who is passionate about helping others and strives to build lasting relationships with her clients. Erin speaks and writes Korean fluently.
You can contact Erin by sending us an email.
Madeleine is studying a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) at Macquarie University. She plans to complete a Masters of International Law upon completing her undergraduate studies.
Madeleine enjoys assisting in litigation matters, intellectual property disputes, estate administration and conveyancing. Madeleine is adept with assisting clients with their legal dilemmas and helping them achieve their desired outcomes. Madeleine aims to become an effective advocate for her clients.
You can contact Madeleine by sending us an email.