Wills, Estates & Powers of Attorney


A will is the best way for you to ensure your loved ones are provided for after your death. 

Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is a document which allows someone else to act on your behalf in some circumstances where you cannot make those decisions for yourself. You can appoint one or more people to look after your affairs and ensure they are managed in your best interest.


Administrating an estate can be a daunting process which needs to be carried out whilst you are suffering a personal loss.  O'Brien Lawyers provide unbiased service and trusted advice in estate administration.

Please contact our team today to assist in relation to any wills, estates or powers of attorney enquiries.

Dispute Resolution & Litigation

We have a wealth of experience in dispute resolution in a wide-range of areas and have built a reputation as fearless advocates in the court room.  

Contact us to resolve your dispute in the most efficient manner possible.

Criminal Law

If you’ve been charged with a criminal or traffic offence the quality of your representation can make a significant difference in the penalty, if any, you receive.

Contact O'Brien Lawyers to ensure you receive the best representation possible.


O'Brien Lawyers are here to help you with all property purchases, sales and transfers; including in relation to residential, commercial and agricultural land. We are dedicated to helping our clients through the intricate framework of Victorian property law and the new challenges of electronic conveyancing.

Commercial Law

We provide advice in relation to a variety of commercial law issues including:

  • Business advice and disputes

  • Purchase and sale of businesses

  • Franchising

  • Employment law

  • Commercial leases

Family Law

Whilst we are experienced in appearing before both the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court, we work hard to resolve your issues early and without the need for litigation.

We provide clients with assistance in relation to:

  • Divorce

  • Defacto relationships

  • Property (including superannuation)

  • Agreements

  • Maintenance

  • Children

  • Child support