Get in touch with Adam
Adam Osborn has a set of personal and professional attributes that are perfectly aligned with his work in Wills and Estates. Adam is a warm and articulate lawyer with an exceptional attention to detail and a passion for thoroughness and accuracy.
Adam is an empathetic listener who genuinely cares about clients, their families and circumstances. By putting himself in the clients’ shoes and understanding what is important to them, Adam is able to complete his work in direct accordance with his clients’ wishes. Adam will tailor each solution to his clients’ needs whether the issue is drafting accurate Wills, Advance Care Directives and Enduring Powers of Attorney, resolving an estate dispute or dealing with Probate.
Adam is extremely approachable and offers clear explanations on all legal issues. Adam endeavours to establish trust with his clients, making them feel secure in what may be a difficult time of bereavement, or when contemplating their own end-of-life decisions.
With a background in medical science, Adam has a direct insight into the impact of health crises on individuals and families, allowing him to respond with due compassion and empathy.
Clients can be assured Adam will dot every ‘i’ and cross every ‘t’ as completeness and accuracy are his top priorities.
- Bachelor of Laws (First Class Honours), University of Adelaide
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
- Bachelor of Science (Jurisprudence), University of Adelaide
My areas of expertise
- Advance Care Directives
- Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Administration of Estates
- Estate Disputes
- Succession Planning
my professional interests
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
Having a child through Surrogacy is an exciting and stressful time for the Surrogate, the Commissioning Parents and their respective families. People are coming together to bring a new life in to the world and create a new (or extended) family for the Commissioning Parents … but when it comes to Wills and Estate Planning...Read more
As the line between our real and digital lives becomes more blurred, making a video Will – rather than the traditional legal paperwork – might seem like the best way to go. But as a recent Australian judgment shows, it can leave your family with major delays, costs and difficulty, and ultimately a Court may fail...Read more