Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky (BBV) is one of Western Australia’s most respected law firms, delivering legal advice and solutions across a full range of practice areas.
BBV is the first significant law firm in Perth to offer legal services on a Fixed Fee Pricing basis – we no longer bill by the hour. This revolutionary approach focuses on delivering greater certainty and peace of mind to our clients. It is also consistent with our intent to become a firm of the future. In adopting Fixed Fee Pricing, BBV is helping shape the future of the legal profession into one that is more client focused and outcome driven.
Recognised by the Law Society of Western Australia as an Approved Quality Practice, BBV is also the proud winner of the prestigious Law Australasia Pursuit of Excellence Award.
Fixed Fee Pricing
Our clients benefit from Fixed Fee Pricing
> Greater certainty and peace of mind
> Focus on outcomes delivered – not time spent
> Fees which fairly match each case
> Access to a wider pool of legal talent
By Patricia Schrape, Associate at Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Lawyers 28 February 2014 When marriages and relationships break down, there can be very little trust left. This is often amplified when the people in question have children. When relations between parents are extremely dire, particularly when there is extended family overseas, many people start thinking of a worst case scenario and their minds turn to their children’s passports.
Posted on: Feb 28, 2014
By Les Buchbinder, Director at Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Lawyers 19 February 2014 We see more and more cases of unwanted and unlawful access by third parties (hackers) to business computer systems and the personal and confidential information held in them. This can result in significant harm to those individuals whose personal and confidential information held in the computer system is accessed and later misused.
Posted on: Feb 19, 2014
By Morgan Solomon, Director at Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Lawyers 19 February 2014 I am constantly surprised at how many clients, including highly financially sophisticated people, are simply unaware that their Super is not considered an asset in their Will. Super is a Trust asset, and whilst it appears that I own my Super, in reality it is owned by the Trustee of the Super Fund. Whilst I could also be the trustee of my own self managed super fund, this is not common and more often the Trustee is a company (and either one I own myself or a corporate trustee of a big retail fund such as AMP or Colonial).
Posted on: Feb 19, 2014