Cameron Topfer, B.Bus. LL.B. (Hons), is a probate, commercial and property lawyer. Cameron works with Kate Moss in the Estate and Administration practice area, and he also works with Peter Worrall when Peter is an Executor or Administrator of an estate. Cameron also works with Peter Worrall, David Bailey and Kimberley Martin and our team of lawyers and support staff in the Commercial & Property Law practice area.
Cameron concentrates on providing advice to Executors and Administrators about their role and responsibilities, and providing high level services across all aspects of estate and trust administration. Cameron’s experience in commercial and property matters allows him to advise on a range of commercial and property related estate administration matters, ensuring continuity of service for our Executor and Administrator clients. Cameron handles property transfers and conveyancing transactions that arise after death.
Cameron is a graduate with Honours of the University of Tasmania, and holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice.
Cameron enjoys the practical side of Estate Administration, including obtaining Grants of Probate as quickly as reasonable in the circumstances, reporting regularly to clients and actively working with them to achieve the best results possible in the circumstances. Cameron recognises that the process of administering an estate is often a difficult time, and he works closely with our clients to resolve issues and support them.
Recent projects have included
- administering an estate where assets had been gifted prior to death, as part of a sophisticated estate plan
- advising about Executor’s Duties and Responsibilities
- assistance in negotiation and drafting a number of partnership agreements
- complex leasehold conveyancing
- assisting Kate Moss in complex estate administration matters
- implementation of property orders made by the Family Court of Australia
- drafting a complex lease agreement for a commercial client
- undertaking complex strata title conveyancing
Cameron is a member of the Law Society of Tasmania. He is also a member of the Law Society of Tasmania’s Southern Young Lawyers Committee.
Clients or other advisers seeking to instruct or refer to Cameron may contact him by the contact details and options on this page.
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By appointment only.