Tasha is a passionate Commercial Litigation Lawyer who applies her talents to resolving commercial, construction and insolvency related claims for businesses and liquidators.

Tasha Wolodko-Kouril

Associate Solicitor

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Tasha assists small and medium size enterprises with commercial dispute resolution, security of payment claims and debt recovery. She also represents Liquidators in relation to insolvency related claims against former directors and related third parties.


Tasha is an Associate Solicitor in the Commercial Litigation and Building & Construction teams at Roberts Legal.

Tasha also has an interest in Debt Recovery and Insolvency. Tasha comes from a background of acting for the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, and brings this unique perspective and insight to her work at Roberts Legal.

Who Tasha works with

Tasha’s clients include companies, business owners, builders, contractors, and individuals. Her practice is focused on advising and assisting clients to best resolve disputes and assess commercial risks.


Tasha aims to assist her clients in avoiding expensive litigation where possible by providing accurate and timely advice to assist in managing commercial risks, and by engaging other parties at an early stage to explore amicable resolutions to disputes. Tasha places great importance on keeping her clients informed of the costs and likely costs of assisting with their legal issues.


Tasha has Bachelor of Laws from the University of New England. She also holds a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. Tasha was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia.

Security of Payment Guide

Our Security of Payment Guide helps Developers, Contractors, Subcontractors, Suppliers and Consultants in the building industry gain a better understanding of how the security of payment regime works and when and why to seek our professional help. The guide is written in plain English and is easy to understand.

Safe Harbour Guide

Get Protection from personal claims for insolvent trading while you develop and implement a Restructuring Plan for your company.


Legislation Update: The Bankruptcy Amendment Bill 2017

The Bankruptcy Amendment (Enterprise Incentives) Bill 2017 has now lapsed The controversial Bankruptcy Amendment (Enterprise Incentives) Bill 2017 officially lapsed on 1 July 2019 and as such will no longer be proceeding. If the Bill was passed, it would have had the effect of amending the Bankruptcy Act 1966 so that the default period of

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Not only were they timely, professional, no-nonsense, they were quick to nip things in the bud that could have resulted in very costly meandering by the other party!

“Having a commercial dispute is stressful and never an ideal situation. But knowing you are in safe pair of hands, can alleviate the worry.

After a false start with a different firm, I was recommended Roberts Legal’s Commercial Law team. Right from the very first phone call, I knew that I had the right team on my side. Not only were they timely, professional, no-nonsense, they were quick to nip things in the bud that could have resulted in very costly meandering by the other party!

In addition, I felt appropriately informed every step of the way. I knew I could leave Roberts Legal to do what they do best (resolve the dispute). All I needed to do was sleep soundly at night and focus on my own business.

Thanks in particular to Tasha who went beyond the call of duty to keep me informed – even when I was out of the country for work.

Roberts Legal are highly recommended!”


Julie-Anne E

Tasha Wolodko-Kouril

Associate Solicitor


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