& Notary Public
Natalie Lim specialises in Property, Business Law and Commercial Transactions. She handles large volumes of conveyancing for existing properties, vacant land, off-the-plans and building contracts for developers, vendors and purchasers. In addition, she represents business owners and organisations in commercial transactions such as business and company acquisitions and sales, commercial leases, franchises, loan and partnership agreements.
Natalie has also been practicing in Family Law and Wills & Estates since being admitted and is well versed in issues surrounding separation and divorce, including property settlements, children and parenting issues.
Natalie is of Malaysian-Chinese heritage and is a native English, Mandarin and Cantonese speaker, and is also well versed in Bahasa Malaysia.
Natalie is also appointed as a Notary Public by the Supreme Court of NSW and given statutory powers to witness documents, administer oaths, and perform administrative functions of an international nature. She is able to read and witness documents for use overseas in the English, Mandarin and Bahasa Malaysia language.
MARN: 1796321, click here for code of conduct.
Dave received education in both Australia (Charles Sturt University and the University of Sydney) and Hong Kong SAR (the Chinese University of Hong Kong) and is qualified as a solicitor in both jurisdictions.
He is developing a practice in conveyancing, commercial transactions, and dispute resolution at Lexsons Law Firm.
Prior to joining us, he worked as a solicitor in Hong Kong SAR in a reputable firm and has experience in dispute resolution, commercial transactions and employment law. He also has experience in China Practice and a strong understanding of the Chinese business culture.
Dave speaks fluent English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. With his multicultural background and overseas experience, Dave is able to understand the clients’ needs from different aspects and provide professional service to them.
Patrick is a solicitor in our property law, commercial and corporate law, family law and litigation practice areas and was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in early 2018.
Patrick graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree from Ohio State University and a Juris Doctor degree from University of Sydney. He used to work as a corporate adviser in one of the Big Four accounting firms, and prior to his admission, he has been working as a part-time paralegal while completing his study.
In his day to day practice, Patrick possesses a strong can-do attitude and is willing to tackle any challenging case. Even for cases that he has never handled before, he is still confident to resolve them after conducting extensive research. He firmly believes that attention to detail and perseverance are two of the most essential qualities to be a great lawyer.
Jacqueline Nie (“Jackie”) is a solicitor at Lexsons’ Sydney office.
She can assist you with matters in property law, intellectual property, commercial and corporate law and family law, with special interest in health and medicine related matters. She enjoys a combination of general transactional matters and fast-paced litigation matters.
Jackie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Sydney. She used to work as a health services planner in an Australian healthcare network and was exposed to various aspects of the life science industry. Prior to her admission, she has been working as a part-time paralegal for a leading Australian aged care provider.
Benjamin is an experienced Registered Migration Agent whose expertise is in providing immigration services to business owners and investors seeking to apply for investors visas. With extensive knowledge in general skilled migration visas, he has also provided immigration advice to many young visa applicants seeking skilled visas. He is also very familiar with family visas, student visas, tourist visas as well as assisting clients in appealing against unfavourable visa decisions in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
Benjamin graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering in China and later obtained a Masters by Research in Engineering from UNSW. He has also received his Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice with Distinction.
He speaks fluent English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
MARN: 1800900, click here for code of conduct.