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About the principal
Adrian is a fully qualified Barrister and Solicitor and in 2000 was admitted to practice in both the Supreme Court and the High Court.
Prior to commencing his own practice in 2010, Adrian worked for Wallmans Lawyers and Andersons Solicitors. He also worked for Allianz Australia SA CTP for seven years. His role at Allianz was to manage motor vehicle accident injury claims and to negotiate against other solicitors to settle these claims.
This has given Adrian a unique knowledge of how injury claims are run by insurance companies that only a handful of solicitors in SA would have. This valuable knowledge is of immense benefit to you.
Adrian is also a member of the Law Society of SA and is engaged in continual education and professional development, thereby ensuring that he up-to-date with any changes to legislation and practices.
Adrian is happily married and is the proud father of two boys. He has lived in Glenelg for the past 37 years. He is a member of the Seacliff Recreation Centre, Peake Gardens Tennis Club and the Marion Aquatic Centre.
All of our solicitors have over a decade of experience in assisting people who have suffered injuries in motor vehicle accidents. Over this time, we have developed an understanding of the best techniques for optimising the result for an injured person and the best way to achieve that result quickly. We also work on a “No Win, No Fee” basis.
While we specialise in motor vehicle accident injury claims, we can also assist you with the following:
Wills, Estates & Probate
Probate and Estate Administration
If a loved one has passed away and they owned real estate or other large assets, then you in your capacity as Executor may have to obtain Probate to carry out the directions in your loved one’s Will.
Probate is a legal document and the application is a detailed process. If you are an Executor named in a Will we recommend that you contact us to prepare the Probate application.
By having a valid Will you ensure that your personal effects and assets will be distributed in the way that you want them to be following your death.
A Will allows you to appoint a person of your choice to be the Executor of your Estate. Your Executor is then in charge of administering your Estate in accordance with the terms of your Will. A valid Will also enables you to nominate a guardian to care for your children.
If you were to die without a valid Will, then the law determines how your assets are distributed. This can not only cause considerable expense, but may also result in your assets being distributed to relatives who you had little or no contact with.
Enduring Power of Attorney
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a legal document which forms an integral part of your estate planning. It is important for you to choose and then appoint a person to properly manage your assets and financial affairs if you are unable to do so for reasons such as an accident, illness or if you are going interstate/overseas.
Enduring Power of Guardianship
An Enduring Power of Guardianship is a legal document where you give directions to a person of your choice relating to your future lifestyle and medical treatment. It comes into effect when you lose mental capacity due to illness, accident or other event. If you would like Bosnich Legal to prepare any of the above for you, phone us on (08) 8233 5989
Business & Property Law
Our solicitors have particular experience in contract preparation and review. Bosnich Legal provide advice to a diverse range of public and private sector clients engaged in developing, owning, leasing and selling commercial property in South Australia.
We specialize in:
• all matters relating to contracts
• commercial leases
• sales of business
• property related finance