- Solicitor & Notary Public
- Registered Migration Agent – MARN 0745300
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Toya was awarded her Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws degrees at Macquarie University in 1994. She was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1996 and in 2007 she became a Registered Migration Agent.
Toya has more than 20 years of professional experience working as a solicitor in many areas of legal practice. She has acted for a wide range of Australian and foreign individuals and businesses; including sole traders, publicly listed corporate entities, religious institutions and not-for-profit organisations.
Her extensive experience and compensation law expertise has enabled her to assist thousands of claimants in personal injury law cases; ranging from relatively straight forward matters to complex claims involving catastrophic injuries resulting in multi-million dollar awards. Toya has particular expertise and interest in workers compensation disputes, work injury damages and motor vehicle accident claims.
She has provided her clients with comprehensive estate planning advice including wills, powers of attorney and appointments of enduring guardian. Her experience includes all aspects of deceased estate work including advising executors, applications for probate, the administration of estates and contested estate litigation.
Toya has acted for thousands of Australian and foreign purchasers and vendors, including investors and property developers, in a wide range of property transactions. She has extensive experience in property law – including residential and commercial conveyancing, retail and commercial leasing, sale and purchase of businesses and litigated property disputes.
Toya also provides migration advice and representation for both individuals and corporations from Australia and across the world. She has a particular focus on employer sponsored skilled temporary and permanent visas, business and investor visas, partner visas and religious worker visas.
Toya has represented her clients in both Federal and NSW courts; including the District and Supreme Court, the Workers Compensation Commission and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.