E Berman & Co. Solicitors is a Chatswood law firm that has been providing quality legal services to the public since 1984. Our clients range from individuals to small businesses local to Chatswood and the North Shore. Our approach to our clients is to provide a leading service, in a cost effective manner.


We are able to offer our expertise to commence legal proceedings in defending any claim that may have been made against you, in any of the following courts or tribunals:

  • Supreme Court matters

  • District Court matters

  • Local Court matters

  • Small claims

  • Debt collection

  • Tribunal Matters

Business Law

The legal service we provide to small business is somewhat unique in that the clients receive a service from a practitioner of many years experience. Our charges for commercial work would generally be less than half you would expect to pay to a senior solicitor in a larger firm in the city.


Family Law


If your marriage or relationship breaks down you will be in a very emotional and fragile state of mind. It is at times like this when you need the guidance of an experienced lawyer to deal with your emotional state, consider the best way to deal with your case without heading for court and acting in your best interests by protecting or enforcing your legal rights. 


Employment Law

Whether dealing with discrimination in the workplace or wrongful termination, we will handle your claim with discretion, diplomacy and determination to ensure your rights and your reputation are protected.


Please do not hesitate to contact us today for assistance with redundancy entitlements, workplace discrimination, unfair dismissal and harassment.



Our approachable and friendly solicitors offer you special advice in buying property and selling property. Contact us today for a consultation.

Wills & Probate

We will draft a Will that is tailor made for your needs. The Will may be a simple one or a complex Testamentary Trust, which will provide effective tax planning and minimise exposure for the estate. This would allow you to avoid the estate falling into the hands of  an irresponsible child, or the clutches of the new spouse or partner of your surviving spouse.