At Sandran Balan and Associates, we develop strong relationships with our individual and business clients.

We get to know your personal goals, business aims and strategies. In a real sense, we become part of the team.

We also understand that as individuals and corporate people, you require the best legal advice you can get.

Our team provides comprehensive commercial advice, ranging from legal advice to commercial dispute resolution and litigation. Our firm can assist you in the following areas of practice:


We understand that success in business comes from solving problems ahead of the competition. We take the initiative and anticipate consequences and outcomes

for our business clients.

  • Sale and Purchase of Businesses

  • Commercial Acquisitions

  • Commercial and Business Structuring

  • Terms of Trade

  • Contracts and Commercial Agreements

  • Commercial Disputes

  • Franchises

  • Commercial Litigation

  • Shareholder Agreements

  • Commercial and Retail Lease

  • Incorporation of Company

  • Preparation of Contracts for Sale and Purchase

  • Reviewing Contracts

  • Detailed Advice

  • Contract Negotiations

  • Auction Enquiries

  • Assistance with Identifying Suitable Opportunities for Finance

  • Advice on Loan and Mortgage Documents

  • Advising on Loan Refinancing

  • Property Developments

  • Property Subdivisions and Title Applications

We are experienced property lawyers, we can give you good advice relating to your sale or purchase of property


Our team has expertise in:


We can assist you with Employment Agreements, offering advice on Employment Law, assisting with mediation, preparing application for Personal Grievance Claims.


We can assist you in setting up a family trust to protect your assets.


Sandran Balan and Associates recommend seeking the advice of an experienced solicitor in any of the matters that relate to estate and succession planning or estate administration. We understand that such matters are both sensitive and specific to the personal circumstances of each client. We work with you and to achieve your particular goals or meet your particular needs quickly and efficiently.

  • Probate
    Application to the High Court for Probate in instances where there is a valid Will and you have been nominated as the Executor of that Will. The High Court can then grant probate which authorises the executor to distribute the deceased estate in accordance with the provisions of the Will.

  • Letters of Administration
    If the case is complicated where a valid Will has not been left, then we can assist you with the application for Letters of Administration to the High Court. In these circumstances, there is legislation that details how an estate may be distributed and by whom. The High Court can appoint an Administrator to distribute the estate.

  • Claims Against Estates
    If you expected to be a beneficiary of a Will but have not been provided for, you may be able to make a claim against the distribution of any estate, provided you can clearly set out reasons as to why you should be considered a beneficiary of the deceased estate.

  • Wills and Powers of Attorney
    We always recommend keeping your estate planning documents up-to- date as it makes distributing your estate far easier on your beneficiaries in what is already a stressful and difficult time.

  • Separation and Divorce

  • Mediated and Negotiated Disputes

  • De-Facto Relationship Disputes

  • Separation Agreements

  • Spousal Maintenance

  • Property Settlements

  • Pre-Nuptial Agreements


Family law is a constantly changing area that calls for specialist advice. No matter how simple or complex a set of circumstances is, we will work with you to resolve your matter.

We are sensitive to the personal circumstances of each client and we know that advice or representation in family law matters must be coupled with an awareness of your personal needs. We promote methods of alternative dispute resolution such as conciliation, mediation, arbitration and collaborative law process.

Marriage breakdown often includes business disputes with significant commercial consequences. A spouse may be a shareholder in a company jointly owned with the other, a beneficiary in a trust or a co-owner of land. Our experience enables us to advice on every aspect of your relationship and the consequences of its breakdown.

We strive to ensure that you derive the benefit of our combined knowledge and can be assured that your matter will always receive the attention it deserves.

We offer advice in the following areas of Family Law: