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Lee-Anne Dimmock

Supervising Lawyer, Newcastle

Lee-Anne is a Supervising Lawyer in DWF’s Corporate and Commercial team, and is located in our Newcastle office.
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Experience


Lee-Anne has over 19 years’ experience practicing in the core areas of Property and Development, Business Succession and Estate Planning, Corporate Law and Commercial Law. Her expertise and understanding of the interplay of these areas allows her to provide her clients with in-depth knowledge and practical advice.

With an appreciation of commercial considerations and a proactive approach, Lee-Anne has recent experience acting for a number of developers in mixed use strata and stratum construction projects.  She provides pragmatic advice on subdivision strategy and titling considerations, drafting of project specific special conditions, by-laws, easements and management statements. She liaises with project consultants to ensure a coordinated approach for the developer.

Lee-Anne has developed her practice into the niche area of Retirement Village law.  Acting for a number of Retirement Village operators for preparation of retirement village contracts and facilitating changes of residents, Lee-Anne also is able to assist able to assist with compliance in light of regulatory changes.

Lee-Anne's practice also includes assisting clients with their business succession and estate planning needs. By reviewing a client’s existing superannuation and life policies, trust arrangements and business interests, Lee-Anne assists to cut through any confusion for clients when considering estate and non-estate succession planning. She also encourages open communication with a client’s accountant and/or financial planner to break down any barriers a client may feel to ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach between advisers.

Memberships


  • Property Council of Australia
  • The Law Society of New South Wales 

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