" Incorporating the Practice of Rob Webber & Associates "
Tailoring our service to your needs
Mac&Co. is a general practice firm, offering a wide range of commercial law services to individuals, families and companies. We aim to be your first port of call for any legal question.
Here are some of the key areas we cover:
If it’s related to property, we’ve got this – buying, selling, refinancing, subdivisions, building contracts and investment.
Business + Company
If you own a business or are looking to get involved with one, you’ve come to the right place. Mac&Co. can advise on buying and selling a business, commercial leasing, employment issues, contract terms and conditions, company compliance procedures and shareholder arrangements.
As business owners ourselves, we understand the myriad of issues that arise in your daily business life. Talk to us how we can help attract success to the future you’re working so hard to secure.
Estate Planning + Asset Protection
Whether it’s a straightforward will or more complex family arrangements, we can assist you with family trusts, company matters, wills, asset management and estate planning.
We have lawyers experienced in assisting you through the painful process of a separation. We can advise on separation of assets and other family matters.
Contracting Out Arrangements
No one relationship is the same and therefore the law does not necessarily fit every couple. If you wish to keep your property safe in the event of a separation then you may need a Contracting Out Agreement (sometimes referred to as a ‘pre nup').
After taking your brief, we can advise you on the most appropriate arrangements to protect your interests.
Nobody likes it when a deal goes wrong. We are very good at balancing complex legal issues with the commercial realities you face and weighing up the competing interests in a situation. We like nothing better than to negotiate a settlement where all parties feel they have a workable outcome or way forward. Mark Saunders, one of our senior lawyers, is also a trained mediator. If you have a dispute that needs resolution, we do recommend you try mediation prior to resorting to expensive court litigation.
If alternative dispute resolution processes are your path and you need court action, we can provide initial guidance and refer you to the right specialist.