Anthony Hamer & Associates, formerly known as Hamer & Hamer Gordon, is a boutique law firm based on Sydney’s North Shore and Northern Beaches.
Anthony Hamer, the principal of the firm, is supported by his father Bruce Hamer who began practice in Gordon in 1970 and his sister Virginia Hamer.
Anthony Hamer, the principal of the firm, was admitted to practice in 1999 after completing a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)/Laws at Macquarie University in 1998. He began his professional career as a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and joined Hamer & Hamer Solicitors in 2001. Anthony became the principal of Hamer & Hamer Gordon in 2011 and changed the name of the firm to Anthony Hamer & Associates in 2013.
Anthony is a general practitioner with a particular focus on property law including all aspects of conveyancing and prides himself on providing a friendly, personalised and professional service to his clients.
Anthony’s father, Bruce Hamer, began practice in Gordon in 1970 and spends much of his time advising clients in relation to family law and other litigious matters. He is an experienced and well regarded advocate.
Bruce has a special interest in advising clients in relation to contested estates/wills, advising either the legal representative of the deceased or potential claimants where no or insufficient financial provision has been made within a will. Such disputes often arise from an earlier family dispute or a claim that the Testator did not have the legal capacity to make the will.
Bruce enjoys meeting clients at their homes, retirement villages or hospitals to discuss or review their wills, powers of attorney, enduring guardianships and other legal matters.
Anthony’s sister, Virginia Hamer, was admitted to practice in 1995 and she assists Anthony in the administration of deceased estates and applications to the Probate Division of the Supreme Court of New South Wales for Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration on behalf of executors and administrators.
Virginia is able to make the often difficult estate procedures less difficult in working closely with clients who are attempting to cope with their loss by sensitively guiding them through the estate process.