At Welden & Coluccio Lawyers we absolutely love what we do. In fact, the passion that we have for Estate Planning, Administration and Litigation is the real secret to our success. While our appetite for the Law keeps us busy for the most part, occasionally we do stop and gauge how far we have come and celebrate our successes.
Perhaps somewhat of an industry secret, Doyle’s Guide, is an annual publication that celebrates the best lawyers, barristers and law firms in the business. Within each area of law, and for each State, rankings are allocated, identifying pre-eminent, leading and recommended practitioners. Similarly, the guide recognises law firms specialising in specific areas of law and ranks them in tiers. What makes the guide really special is the process by which these rankings are calculated. Admission in the guide is determined by our peers, who identify firms and individuals through surveys, telephone and face to face interviews.
In 2015, and in the inaugural year for rankings in the field of Wills and Estate Litigation in SA, Welden & Coluccio Lawyers was recognised as a Second Tier firm, with Greg Welden also being identified as a leader in the same field. We thought this was an amazing achievement for a firm only in its second year in business. Furthermore, we are thrilled to announce that this year we have replicated, and in fact, improved this result. In addition to the firm again being recognised as a Second Tier firm and Greg Welden maintaining his ranking as ‘Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer’, Jason Coluccio has also joined the list as a ‘Recommended Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer’.
The message is clear; Welden & Coluccio Lawyers really are the ‘estate specialists’.
Also deserving of a mention, is the work of our professional colleagues featuring in the list within the category of “Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Barristers.” We wish to extend our best wishes to Enzo Belperio and David Crocker for their rankings as ‘Recommended’ within this category. It is an absolute pleasure to collaborate with you on what is evidently a ‘shared passion’.
For more information about the guide and to see the final list please click here.