David Lenhoff is an experienced Barrister and Solicitor, primarily in the fields of Civil and Commercial Litigation, Debt Recovery and Dispute Resolution.

Mathew Hotz is an experienced property and commercial lawyer.

Together David Lenhoff and Mathew Hotz have more than 50 years experience as Barristers and Solicitors.

 

David Lenhoff is a graduate of the Universities of Western Australia and Cape Town, South Africa.

David has acquired extensive experience in the fields of Consumer Law, Corporations Law, Insurance Law, Equity, Testamentary matters, and general Debt Recovery. Over the years David has represented hundreds of clients in matters litigated in the Superior Courts both here in Western Australia and South Africa.

Additionally, David has always believed in restoring to the legal profession some of the benefits he has derived from it. To that end, David served for several years as a member of the General Litigation Committee of the Law Society of Western Australia. He currently provides pro bono services on a regular basis to the Sussex Street Neighbourhood Law Service Inc. and serves in an honorary capacity to a variety of charitable and other organisations.

 

 

Mathew Hotz B.Proc., Post Grad. Dip.Tax Law is a graduate of the University of Cape Town in South Africa and was admitted to practice in Western Australia in 1998. He has more than three decades of experience practicing as a commercial and property lawyer.

He has extensive experience in the fields of Wills, Testamentary and other Trusts, Estate Planning, Commercial Leasing, Commercial Contracts, Probate Applications and Deceased Estate Administration, Powers of Attorney, Inheritance Claims, Conveyancing, Property and Business Settlements, Sale and Purchase of a Business, Partnership and Shareholder Agreements, Guarantees and related Advice and Solicitor’s Certificates, Binding Financial Agreements, Consumer Law, Restraint of Trade.

He has also been a successful coach on three occasions in the high school Mock Trial competition, as a runner up twice, and once as winning coach.

After a hiatus of some years to pursue other interests, Mathew is returning to professional practice in Malaga where he last practiced at the same venue for 8 years. In compliance with the provisions of section 50 of the Legal Profession Act 2008, which applies to practitioners returning to the profession after more than five years away, Mathew will be a ‘restricted practitioner’ during 2019 supervised by his partner, David Lenhoff.