Therese Younes – Principal Solicitor
Therese has been with Lewarne & Goldsmith since 2001 and has been admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and High Court of Australia since 1998. Whilst efficiently handling a large client base, Therese aims to deliver an exceptional client experience in all of her matters through her hard work and dedication to each and every client. Therese brings with her extensive experience in a range of areas including:
Family Law | Wills & Estates | Conveyancing
Commercial & Retail Leasing | Criminal Law | Civil Litigation
Sale and Purchase of business
Zachary Moussa- Solicitor
Zachary joined the Lewarne & Goldsmith team in 2018 and is admitted in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. Zachary has worked in Family Law for three years and works closely alongside our Principal in Family Law and other matters. His skills in critical thinking, problem solving and his strong work ethic translate fluidly into great outcomes for his clients. Zachary practises in the following areas:
Family Law | Wills & Estates
Dubravka Teklic – Accounts Manager
Working as our Accounts Manager, Dubravka enjoys dealing with the firm’s financial matters. Dubravka ensures our clients are satisfied and have had a good experience with the firm.
Cheryl Watton– Paralegal
Cheryl has been employed with Lewarne & Goldsmith since 1999. Cheryl is also a Justice of the Peace. With her experience and professionalism clients can be assured that their matters will be dealt with proficiency. Cheryl has specialised experience in Conveyancing, Business Transactions, Wills and Estates.
Ronnal Sharma- Paralegal
Joining Lewarne & Goldsmith in 2019, Ronnal has worked in the legal industry for the past 20 years and brings experience in Conveyancing, Litigation and Family Law.
Trent Drinnan- Law Clerk
Having joined the Lewarne & Goldsmith team in 2022, Trent is our law clerk and is currently studying a double degree of Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Psychology at Macquarie University. Trent hopes to specialise in both Family Law and Estate Law upon completion of his degree in 2024.