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William Boyce

William Boyce

Lawyer BA LL.B (Hons)

William is a family law specialist accredited by the Law Society of New South Wales. He practises in all areas of family law and related matters.

Prior to commencing his legal career, William worked in the community health and services field. He also has professional experience and a special interest in the areas of child protection and welfare.

William initially trained and was admitted to practise law at Allens Linklaters.

Since that time he has had extensive experience practising in the areas of family law, corporate and commercial law and employment and industrial relations law, including in Hong Kong as Registered Foreign Lawyer with a major global UK firm. Read More

Robert Minter

Robert Minter

Lawyer BA LL.B

Robert has many years experience practising law in Australia and Asia, including as partner of Minter Ellison for 29 years.

Robert was President of the Australia-China Business Council and part-time lecturer at Bond University Business School. He has also served on the Australia-China Council advising the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade on its Australia China relationship.

Robert is also expert in the provision of first tier private client services and has extensive experience advising in the areas of family law, family provisions law (Wills disputes) and estate planning, including for clients with substantial assets in Australia and overseas.Read More

Nicholas Gibbs

Nicholas Gibbs

Lawyer BA LL.B

Nicholas is a graduate of the University of Technology at Sydney where he holds degrees in Arts (Communications & Journalism) and Laws.

Nicholas achieved strong results in family law during his undergraduate law studies and completed his practical legal training at Boyce Family Law in 2016. He has a keen interest in the family law jurisdiction and was admitted to practise law in April 2016.

Nicholas has experience working on a variety of family law matters including complex financial disputes, claims for spousal maintenance, parenting disputes and matters arising under the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction.Read More