Elizabeth Ulrick


Since her admission as a Legal Practitioner in 2018, Elizabeth has worked in the areas of wills and estates and commercial law.  

She has vast experience in estate planning, estate litigation and estate administration matters.

As an estate litigator, she has conducted complex litigation matters, involving family provision applications, construction of Wills and testamentary capacity.

In estate administration, she has assisted executors to administer both solvent and insolvent estates. She has worked on estate matters with considerable assets, located in Australia and internationally.

She is interested in drafting estate plans for families with complex group structures. She has also assisted businesses with their succession planning.

She enjoys working with commercial clients to deliver practical solutions. She has advised clients on a wide range of commercial issues, including commercial agreements such as shareholder agreements and supply agreements.

She is a published author, having co-authored a paper on accessing justice in the context of misuse of enduring powers of attorney. Her article appeared in Volume 12 of the Elder Law Review Journal in 2019. She also presented on this topic at the International Congress on Law and Mental Health in Rome, Italy in 2019.

Outside of practising and writing about all things law, she likes to run and play golf.