Criminal Law | Family Law | Property Law | Wills & Estate


Roman Lawyers are a small team of lawyers focused on providing excellent legal advice on high-profile and complex matters.

Our boutique model allows us to ensure our clients get personalised and innovative solutions to manage present concerns and mitigate future risk and our outcome based approach delivers cost certainty, transparency and enhanced risk management.

We strongly believe in guiding our clients through every step of the legal process. Our passion lies in advising and assisting clients in making informed decisions.

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Criminal Law


Criminal law regulates actions in society to protect the overall society and provides sanctions against those who commit crimes. Each jurisdiction has a body of criminal law.

The criminal law is divided into appellate crime, indictable crime, summary crime, and youth crime.

It is important to note that the law is updated regularly to add offenses which might be detrimental to societal well-being.

Please make appointment with us so we can discuss your matter in detail.


It is our aim to help people resolve their family disputes and achieve safe, manageable and child helpful arrangements and includes assisting parents to build capacity to resolve future possible disputes. It encourages people to agree on arrangements without going to court.

There are various areas which are covered under Family Law, they include parenting arrangements, other then parents, who the children spend time with, child protection, child support, family dispute, family violence, divorce and financial settlement between the parties.

You may save time &  money by reaching an agreement with the other party.

Family Law
Property Law


Property law deals with the part of law that rules different forms of ownership and tenancy in real property and in personal property, within the common law legal system. Property laws and rules through which property disputes are to be resolved and by which property transactions may be structured.

It deals with different types of land ownership in Australia; other vested interests in land (which do not amount to full ownership), the legal requirements which must be met before property can be sold or leased or otherwise dealt with; and the more significant responsibilities and liabilities imposed on people who own land.


Wills & Estates have rapidly become a larger area of practice mainly because of aging population. A Will and Estate Planning let you to direct how you would like your assets or estate to be distributed in the event something happens to you.

Wills and estate planning are very important for financial independence throughout life, in order to protect assets and ensure the execution of financial assets into the future.

If a person passes away without making a will that person is said to have died intestate and their property is distributed according to legal regulations.

Wills & Estate