Angus has extensive experience advising clients in relation to all aspects of Family Law including: separation and divorce; parenting and children's issues; property settlements and family business issues; superannuation; preparing consent agreements; binding financial agreements; and child support.
Angus advises in relation to employment disputes, including employment contracts, termination of employment and other workplace issues. Where matters cannot be resolved, he is experienced in preparing and conducting cases in the Fair Work Commission and Federal Circuit Court.
Angus prides himself in assisting parties to reach agreement without the intervention of the court wherever possible. He is able to quickly identify the key issues at stake and work with clients to ensure the best outcome possible. In the event that an agreement cannot be reached and it is necessary to go to court, his experience and expertise ensure that matters are thoroughly and meticulously prepared.
From his first role in a large CBD law firm, Angus has worked in the areas of personal injury and workers compensation. Today his personal injury clients include those claiming as a result of injuries through medical negligence and motor accidents. Working with his clients following trauma and accidents, Angus ensures they understand the legal issues; their entitlements and that they are involved in the claims and settlement process, at every stage.
As an experienced court advocate, Angus also acts in a variety of matters including criminal proceedings, building disputes, insurance disputes, estate litigation and general litigation. He regularly appears in the Local, District and Supreme Courts, Family Courts, the Workers Compensation Commission and the Motor Accident Authority Claims Assessment and Resolution Service.
'The justice system as a whole is in place to protect the community's civil liberties and rights and it is the solicitors who champion and enforce these freedoms. This system requires a balance between the different parties and interests and solicitors play a vital role in ensuring this balance continues,' says Angus.
Angus joined Kenny Spring Solicitors in 1999 after moving from Sydney, and became a partner in 2004. In 2011 Angus was appointed as a Director of AustLaw, a group of independent Australian law firms of which Kenny Spring is a longstanding member.