Merisa was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 1996. She is an active member of the NSW Law Society Property Law Committee.
She has experience in a wide variety of property and commercial transactions acting for small, medium and large property developers, private clients and high net worth individuals. Her experience also includes acting for landlords and tenants in leasing matters including subleases and assignment of leases, including retail, commercial and industrial.
Merisa has assisted clients with all types of property transactions including, site acquisitions and disposals, off-the-plan master contracts for sale, contracts for sale and purchase, Put and Call Options, deeds of nomination and deeds of assignment, Joint ventures, Strata schemes and by-laws, easements, restricted and positive covenants. She works within the Property Law division in tandem with the Planning Law division of Hones Lawyers in relation to development applications.
In addition, Merisa has also acted in advising and assisting clients on the sales and purchase of businesses and franchises.
She strives to have a matter finalised as quickly and cost effectively as possible, navigating the difficulties developers face so that the project can move forward to successful completion.
Merisa also studied classical music and can play classical guitar and the flute. She enjoys listening to the works of classical masters in her spare time.