Litigation is part of the reality of modern society. Even the most cautious persons can find themselves embroiled in a dispute when they least expect it. Whether you are pursuing a claim or find yourself defending one, it is important that this be handled correctly. Eugene Gramelis, our principal, is highly experienced in the conduct of litigation, having practised as a barrister for over 16 years before founding Gramelis Attorneys. We can help you with:    

  • Family Law litigation

  • Contested Wills litigation

  • Family provision claims

  • Property proceedings

  • Commercial litigation

  • Company disputes and applications

  • Debt recovery litigation

  • Motor vehicle property damage claims

  • Insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings


If your matter is in the early stages, it may be possible to resolve the dispute amicably without going to Court. If your matter is already in court, it may be possible to reach a settlement thereby saving you the ongoing expenses, stress and uncertainty of litigation. Eugene Gramelis, has vast experience in conducting negotiations.


To keep your costs as low as possible, we will explore with you options such as conducting round-table settlement discussions with the other party and their lawyers or arranging mediation. Litigation can be stressful and expensive, and the outcome of litigation can never be guaranteed. So we do our best to resolve your matter while at the same time pursuing the best possible outcome for you.


You may rest assured, however, that regardless of whether your matter settles or goes to court, we will pursue your rights and entitlements with vigour and tenacity.

Don't forget we are conveniently located in several office locations including Bankstown, Eastern Suburbs (Double Bay) and Sydney CBD. Contact us for an obligation free consultation. 

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