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NatalieLim

Natalie Lim

Principal Solicitor
& 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.

Nani Wang is a solicitor at Lexsons’ Sydney office and was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in early 2018.

She can assist you with matters in immigration law, property law, intellectual property, commercial & corporate law, family law and fast-paced litigation matters.

Nani graduated with a Bachelor of Law in China and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of New South Wales. She used to work as a Migration Consultant in providing immigration services to many young visa applicants seeking skilled visas, working visas and family visas. She can also assist clients in appealing against unfavourable visa decisions in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Nani has a high ethical standard in legal practice and she is always detail-oriented and diligent with her work.

She speaks fluent English and Mandarin.

Nani

Nani Wang

Solicitor
Chelsea

Chelsea Sun

Solicitor

Chelsea is a solicitor at Lexsons’ Sydney office and was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in late 2020.

Chelsea graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University with a Bachelor of Arts and acquired a Juris Doctor degree from the University of New South Wales. She is committed to assisting clients in different matters, including wills and estates, conveyancing transactions, family law, commercial and corporate law, civil litigations etc. Chelsea is a multi-tasker who ensures that she is meticulous with her work. Her patient nature provides her with the resolve to achieve client satisfaction.

She speaks fluent English and Mandarin.

Jamie is a lawyer at Lexsons' Sydney office. She specialises in negotiating and drafting contracts for corporate clients in Australia and internationally. Additionally, she advises on day-to-day legal problems, and has experience in commercial litigation matters. Jamie recognises the importance of generating commercial opportunities for her clients in addition to assisting them in navigating through the legal frameworks.

Jamie is also knowledgeable in Property Law, Wills and Estates, and works closely with the principal solicitor on Family Law matters.

Jamie holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Sydney, and she has been admitted as a lawyer of the Supreme Court of NSW.

Jamie

Jamie Lim

Solicitor
Harry

Harry Gordon

Solicitor

Harry is a solicitor at Lexsons’ Sydney office and was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in 2018.

Harry has both private sector and public sector experience in financial and commercial law. Harry has worked for a major business finance company, and a Big 4 accounting firm where he assisted with remediation resulting from the Hayne royal commission. Harry is also able to assist you with issues of immigration, an area of law in which he is particularly interested.

Harry graduated with honours in law, and also spent time in China, where he attended the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing. Harry is interested in promoting diversity and deeper cultural understanding.