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Celebrating the admission of two newly appointed legal practitioners to the Firm

Date: 28 January 2021

Last year, Roberts & Morrow’s Cameron O’Keefe and Hayley Constantine celebrated their admission to the Legal Practitioners of NSW, now officially Solicitors. The occasion officially marked the beginning of a new expansion for the firm in Tax Law, and the launch of a new business venture: Roberts & Morrow Legal Solutions.

Leading the new offering is Roberts & Morrow Partner, Paul Williams, who has been with the firm since 2012, providing his 20 years of experience in tax law and the designation of ‘Chartered Tax Advisor’ to our valued clients.

The Legal Solutions team is supported by graduate law clerks, Chartered Accountants and superannuation specialists with qualifications in both accounting and law.

At Roberts & Morrow we can assist you with advice and strategic planning in all facets of taxation law. Our Tax Lawyers provide comprehensive and detailed advice on complex tax matters.

The team offers an obligation free meeting to look at your requirements and explain how they can help. Get in touch with our Tax Lawyers today.

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