About Us

AdviiLaw is a boutique law firm specialising in commercial, property and dispute resolution law, including other areas of law outlined in our Areas of Practice. Our team is comprised of highly qualified and experienced lawyers, whose focus is to deliver high quality, risk conscious and cost effective legal services.

Whether you need:

  • legal advice about your rights, duties or liabilities;
  • preparation or review of legal documents; or
  • representation in a dispute,

in relation to any matter mentioned in our Areas of Practice, AdviiLaw has the expertise, experience and resources to deliver a highly professional and competent legal service.

Our Lawyers

Alice Skalski

LLB, BBus, GradDipLegPrac, LLM
Legal Practice Director

Alice is a highly experienced and practical commercial and property lawyer, having practised in the area for many years, and most recently as a real estate lawyer at one of Australia’s leading top-tier law firms.

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Zoran Gelic

LLB(Hons), BA(Dist.), GradDipLegPrac, LLM(Dean's Hons)
Legal Practice Director

Zoran is an experienced commercial, property and dispute resolution lawyer. Prior to establishing ADVIILAW, Zoran was practising law as a qualified barrister and nationally accredited mediator, specialising in Court advocacy, evidence and civil procedure.

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Latest Articles

  • Buying a Rent Roll or Client Book

    Buying a Rent Roll or Client Book

    Zoran Gelic,

    A Few Things You Should Know

    If you are buying a property management rent roll from another real estate agency or a book of clients from either a mortgage broker or financial planner, you can, and should, use a business contract with special conditions specifically drafted to cover transactions of this

    Posted in Commerical Law
  • Testamentary Discretionary Trusts

    Testamentary Discretionary Trusts

    Zoran Gelic,

    Every Will should have them

    These days almost every family estate will benefit from having family testamentary discretionary trusts incorporated into the parents’ wills. This is because the family will either have a valuable family home to pass down to the kids, jewellery, paintings and other heirlooms or either, or both,

    Posted in Commerical Law
  • Voluntary Administration

    Voluntary Administration

    Zoran Gelic,

    Non-liquidation step to survival

    If you think that your company is insolvent or likely to become insolvent, and you are concerned to avoid giving rise to a director’s liability for insolvent trading (i.e. personal liability for the debts of the company), then you may consider placing your company into voluntary administration

    Posted in Commerical Law