Edward Fleming

Edward Fleming

Legal Practice Director

Telephone: (08) 9193 5915

Edward swims with sharks. Well, at least once in 2010, and possibly involuntarily, when he was thrown overboard whilst fishing in Broome. We suspect this is what made him the relaxed guy that he is today.

Apart from surviving near certain death, Edward enjoys being sleep deprived due to young offspring, volunteering for ambulance duty with St Johns and driving less than five minutes to work each day (after drawing the short straw of managing our Broome Office). He also runs a small farm in Broome with pet dogs, chickens and snakes.

Edward routinely fishes, camps, dives, spearfishes and generally explores the Kimberley Region of Western Australian in between work.

Date of admission:

Admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of Western Australia on 4 August 2009

Appointment as a General Public Notary in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2016.


Masters of Laws (Applied Law) majoring in estate planning and wills and estates

Graduate Fellow of the College of Law

Bachelor of Science (Marine and Biological Sciences)

Bachelor of Laws

Private Pilots Licence (PPL)

Appointment as General public Notary

Registered Trust and Estate Practitioner


Law Society of Western Australia

Committee Member - Council of Public Notary Society of Western Australia

STEP – Full Member

Select Experience:

Extensive experience in estate and succession planning including the preparation of Wills incorporating testamentary trusts, enduring powers of attorney, enduring powers of guardianship and provision of advice relating to superannuation funds.

Represented numerous clients in the State Administrative Tribunal on applications for and against administration and guardianship orders.

Provided advice on and represented numerous clients in the Supreme Court of Western Australia on claims pursuant to the Family Provision Act 1972 (WA) and Wills Act 1970 (WA).

Family law – applications for property and children’s orders.

Practice Areas:

Estate planning: wills and estates, estate administration and family provision claims, elder law, family law and commercial law.

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