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DW Law come full circle

By Riverine Herald

IN RECENT times, the day-to-day operation of property law firm DW Law have come full circle.

Dianne Taylor started the firm in 1993 after arriving in Echuca from Melbourne and since then the practice has thrived serving thousands of clients from Echuca-Moama and all over Victoria and NSW.

From starting in Echuca, at a time when the number of female lawyers in town could be counted on one hand, Dianne has seen the local legal landscape change so much that female professionals now dominate the local legal industry.

The onset of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, has seen the firm more recently shift to remote operations with the team working from home.

The smooth transition from face-to-face to remote business operations has seen services to our clients continue without a hiccup.

“This is a credit to our wonderful long-serving team, who are willing to adapt to new circumstances as they come along and do whatever is needed to help our clients, Dianne said.

“Each team member has been with us for a minimum of 15 years which means they know our clients and this helps us provide fantastic service.”

“Our focus is to provide the best professional and proactive property law service to our clients. We pride ourselves on being progressive and adaptable. Keeping up with changes in technology as well as changes in conveyancing, including provision of electronic settlements, electronic document lodgements, is what has allowed us to easily react to changing circumstances like COVID-19 restrictions.”

The team at DW Law help their clients with all types of property law matters including conveyancing, property transfers and subdivisions, farm and water transfers, purchase and sale of small businesses, leasing, wills, estates and powers of attorney just to name a few.