We're here to help in all legal matters

Wilsons Solicitors is a flexible and resourceful law firm in Penrith that focuses on providing its clients with consistent professional levels of services. We share with you our valuable knowledge and give you access to legal documents and information to assist with your case. We provide fast, reliable and cost effective solutions to your legal needs.

Family law

We’re compassionate and understanding when it comes to complex matters involving family members. The firm has substantial involvement in disputes concerning:

  • Property settlements
  • De facto property disputes and litigation
  • Prenuptials
  • Divorce proceedings
  • Child support and rights

Personal injury

If you’ve been in an accident or were purposely harmed, call us to deal with your insurance claims. We can make sure that you’re being properly compensated for your trouble, injury and negligence.

Criminal law

If you or someone you know has been charged or arrested for a criminal offence, it’s essential that you obtain proper legal advice immediately. We don’t hope for anyone to get arrested. Nevertheless, if you do find yourself in that situation, you should contact Wilsons Solicitors straight away to speak with a trained criminal lawyer.

Company law

We’re able to advise on various legal matters relating to businesses, no matter how small or big your company is. Our law firm in Penrith provide company legal advice in respect to:

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Purchase and sale of companies
  • Setting up a business
  • Due diligence
  • Contracts and agreements

Power of Attorney

1) What does a power of attorney do for me?
In the event of your incapacitation, the agent acts on your behalf on various legal, financial and/or healthcare matters, as outlined in your agreement.


2) Why is it important to have an attorney-in-fact?
If you have not specified who will be your agent, you risk not having your wishes carried out upon your incapacitation. This could lead to some stressful and unnecessary legal battles, during which you will not be able to specify your actual wishes. Rather than having your loved ones argue in court about what you would have wanted, you can clearly specify your wishes and have someone act and make decisions for you.


3) To whom should I assign power of attorney?
You should only assign power of attorney to someone who has your full trust. Choose a relative, friend or attorney who you feel confident will look out for your best interests in all circumstances—especially when you are most vulnerable.