Professional Biography of Kaisha
Kaisha is a Senior Associate at Coutts and heads our Wills and Estate planning team. She has been a successful and established lawyer in the Macarthur Region in excess of 5 years, where she has drafted and acted for many individuals and families with a net worth between $350,000 to 10,000,000.
Kaisha is dedicated and passionate in assisting her clients through the estate planning process and ensures that their affairs are dealt with in an empathetic and comprehensive manner. She actively listens and engages with her clients which allows her to prepare and draft individualised estate planning documents that accommodate for her clients concerns, needs and wishes.
Kaisha also provides executor services, where needed, and is often engaged to assist the executor’s or family members in managing and distributing the estate of their loved one. Furthermore, she has had deep experience in acting on behalf of the estate and individuals in matters involving a family provision claim.
In addition to her extensive knowledge in estate planning, Kaisha has sound understanding of property and commercial law, where she has acted on matters in relation to retail and commercial leasing, negotiating and resolving leasing disputes and debt recovery solutions for small to medium businesses.
Outside of Coutts, Kaisha is an active member of the Community, acting as a director for the Narellan Chamber of Commerce and offering Pro Bono Services on a regular basis to the Macarthur Legal Centre and Cancer Council of Australia. She is also an avid presenter and speaker at many events, sharing her knowledge among likeminded professionals and community groups.
- Bachelor of Law, Western Sydney University;
- Bachelor of Social Science, Western Sydney University;
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice; and
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
- Wills and estates (including Testamentary Trust Wills);
- Special Disability Trusts;
- Power of attorney;
- Appointment of enduring guardian;
- Letters of administration;
- Family provision claims;
- Superannuation claims;
- Aged Care Accommodation;
- Estate Litigation;
- Commercial and retail leasing;
- Leasing disputes; and
- Debt recovery.
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