Practice Areas

Commercial Law


Randle & Taylor provides commercial advice in relation to areas including incorporation of companies, shareholder agreements, partnership agreements, trust deeds, commercial leases, residential leases, drafting of agreements, and conveyancing.



Commercial Litigation


Randle & Taylor provide advice in many types of commercial litigation in the Supreme, Federal, District and Magistrates Court.

Areas of practice include partnership disputes, sale of business disputes, contractual disputes, trade practices disputes.


Wills, Probate and Estates


Randle & Taylor can draft your will, Power of Attorney or Advance Care Directive.

Randle & Taylor can also obtain probate or letters of administration in relation to an Estate.

Randle & Taylor can dispute the validity of a will or file a claim pursuant to the Inheritance (Family Provision) Act 1972 (SA).



Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Randle & Taylor provide advice to liquidators and bankruptcy trustees in relation to securing and recovering assets for and on behalf of liquidators and bankruptcy trustees.

Randle & Taylor act in relation to recovering preferences pursuant to the Bankruptcy Act and Corporations Act and in relation to insolvent trading and uncommercial transactions.

Randle & Taylor also provide advice to company directors in relation to bankruptcy and insolvency.


Family Law

Randle & Taylor act in Family Law property settlement proceedings. Randle & Taylor also provide advice in relation to Binding Financial Agreements pursuant to the Family Law Act.



  Dispute Resolution


  John Taylor is a qualified mediator.

   John prides himself on practical solutions to

  problems that focus on resolving the issues in

  dispute between the parties. John is available

  for half day or full day mediations.



Debt Collection

Randle & Taylor provide debt recovery services which include letters of demand, notices of claim in the Magistrates Court, statutory demands pursuant to the Corporations Act, bankruptcy notices, creditors petitions in the Federal Circuit Court.