Having vast experience in the real estate industry and property market including purchasing and selling properties, construction and negotiations with developers and development planning when Sharon first decided to commence post graduate legal studies her goal was to open a law firm specialising in property. Prior to graduating with first class honours from Bond University, she began working with the property law industry for the law firm she would then continue to work with for nearly the next decade.
Sharon is best known in the legal industry for her work in the management rights sector (a specialist area of law which encompasses both property and business law) having acted for some the largest management rights acquisitions in Australia.
Throughout her years of experience, Sharon has covered all facets of property law, acting for large scale consortiums, companies, partnerships and individual operators in transactional and advisory matters. Her experience in large and small scale transactions offers a breadth of commercial and legal experience to her clients in all areas of property law.
When deciding the vision for Flood Legal, Sharon chose to continue specialising in property matters. This sector not only allows her to offer high quality legal advice and service to her clients, but allows her to play an active role in property and business transactions showing a real interest and involvement in each transaction and not just taking the typical passive approach of a lawyer.
Although not having a background in the legal industry Daniel has a huge amount to offer Flood Legal’s clients.
Having run his own successful business in the building industry for the last two decades Daniel understands the ins and outs of the building industry making it easy for him to relate to clients buying or building houses but also Developer clients.
Daniel has always shown a huge interest in the property industry, having been an auctioneer, purchased and sold many properties, built several homes and developed small scale land developments.
Daniel’s role at Flood Legal includes managing the operations side of the business (marketing, accounts and sponsorships) and being actively involved with Flood Legal’s clients. Considering his non-legal background but rather a business and property background clients will always be assured he will communicate in terms people understand and are comfortable with – upfront and in plain English.