Andrew Faulkner Lawyer
Bachelor of LawsGraduate Diploma of Legal Practice

Andrew Faulkner


Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts and Law from Deakin University and completed his Diploma of Law at College of Law. He is originally from Geelong, where he began his legal career before moving to Melbourne and joining Nevile & Co Lawyers.

Andrew has over 10 years experience practising law, principally in areas of property law including acquisitions and dispositions of land, general conveyancing, commercial and retail leasing, “off the plan” subdivisions and business law.

Aside from his property and commercial experience, Andrew also assists and advises his clients on wills and estate planning, powers of attorney, medical decision makers, binding death benefit nominations, administration of deceased estates, family provision claims, Part IV applications under the Administration and Probate Act 1958.

In the office, Andrew is often seen and heard talking to clients and explaining to them meticulously every legal aspect of their case. In his years of practice, he has developed strong interpersonal skills and is a strong believer in maintaining constant communication with his clients such that his motto is “Pick up the phone, and not just when it rings”.

Andrew’s substantial expertise in communication translates into the ability to present his client’s case in the best possible light. In fact, his calm and measured demeanour often enables him to resolve issues with tact and professionalism.

As a natural advocate, Andrew can also be called upon to represent clients in the courtroom and tribunal – a place that is no stranger to him.

With Andrew at Nevile & Co Lawyers, there is no such thing as “It is so difficult to get in touch with my lawyer”. He keeps clients fully informed at every stage of their matter.

To him, timely communication is the key to fostering long term relationships.

To clients, that is precisely what they need.

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