Andrew Noble is the principal of Noble Solicitors.
After completing a degree in Science (Psychology), Andrew followed in the family tradition and went on to obtain his Law degree.
He is a lawyer with over 20 years of broad legal experience gained in several Sydney CBD firms, where he developed his commercial and dispute resolution skills.
Noble Solicitors is situated in Wahroonga on the upper North Shore of Sydney.
We appreciate how busy our clients are, so are happy to make home visits to the local community and greater metropolitan Sydney, during and after business hours as needed.
If you need an efficient, personable, thorough and punctual solicitor, please contact us.
Principal of Noble Solicitors
Whether you are buying or selling your home, unit or vacant land, we can advise and guide you through the process of:
- Drafting or advising with respect to a retail or commercial lease.
- Purchasing or selling a home, business or commercial property, including purchases by private treaty or auction.
Regardless of the size of your business, we can advise and guide you through the process of preparing or reviewing a variety of contracts and agreements, including:
- Building Management Agreements
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Consultancy Agreements
- Deeds of release and Settlement
- Deeds of Variation of Loans
- Design and Manufacturing Agreements
- Employment Contracts
- Heads of Agreement
- IT terms and conditions
- Joint Venture Agreements
- Lease Agreements
- Loan Agreements
- Non-Disclosure, Non-Circumvent and Confidentiality agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Rental Agreements
- Sale of Goods Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Strata Management Statements
- Terms and Conditions for websites
We strongly recommend adults with family and assets execute a will. We can advise and guide you through the process of:
- Applying for Letters of Administration in the New South Wales Supreme Court.
- Applying for Probate in the New South Wales Supreme Court.
- Assisting executors and trustees with their duties.
- Drafting advance directives.
- Drafting and lodging a Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardianship
- Intestacy, where the deceased has died without a will.
- Preparing, revising and executing your will.
Litigation should always be the last option with respect to any commercial dispute. If you have a claim against a third party, or a third party has a claim against you, we strongly recommend exploring all avenues of negotiation, before litigation is involved.
We can advise and guide you through the process of:
- Commencing or defending commercial litigation.
- Debt recovery, commencing with a letter of demand.
- Negotiating a successful outcome to a commercial dispute.
- Resolving litigation in a cost-effective manner.