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Frank Goh

Frank Goh

Frank Goh holds a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws in the University of Sydney. 

He is admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia in 1998. He is also a Notary Public and Registered Tax Agent.  

He is a member of the Law Society of NSW and was for many years, a Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia. 

Frank is the managing partner. His passion is helping businesses and individuals to achieve their goals. He is inspired to bring out the best in others by providing vision, expertise and guidance.

In his years of practice as a Solicitor, Frank has extensive experience in all aspects of property, business and taxation, family law, contract law, trade practices, commercial law, estate planning, commercial litigation and criminal matters. In litigation matters, Frank has represented clients from all walks of life, from large corporations to “little battlers” in matters in the High Court, Federal Court as well as the Supreme, District and Local Courts.


Frank has previously worked as a tax advisor in the Big 4 Chartered Accounting Firms. He has successfully represented clients in multi-million dollars disputes with the Australia Taxation Office and prepared appeals to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and Federal Court of Australia.


A large number of our firm’s corporate clients, both domestic and international, have developed great trust in Frank’s practical and constructive advice in relation to property, corporate issues and in handling commercial disputes before they get out of hand.

As well as setting a strategic direction for GOH Lawyers, Frank supervises our litigation team, providing strategic direction and mentoring to our younger lawyers. Frank also regularly presents lectures to business entrepreneurs and lawyers, providing insights and training regarding recent developments in the law.


Frank is the co-founder and legal counsel for Human Capability Intelligent Centre (


Frank is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.


Erica Liu

Erica Liu

Erica is a partner at GOH Lawyers. She is a lawyer admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. She is a member of the Law Society of NSW.


She is an experienced lawyer, and an expert mediator and negotiator. She supports a diverse client base including Australian and overseas-based clients with varied property and commercial interests.

Erica has extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Property law – purchase and sale of residential, commercial and industrial property, put and call option agreements, commercial, retail and industrial leasing and mortgages.

  • Business law – purchase and sale of businesses.

  • Estate planning – advising clients and assisting with the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney and Appointments of Enduring Attorney.

  • General debt recovery work including debt collection, company winding up and bankruptcy.

  • Family provision claims – acting on behalf of executors and plaintiffs seeking provision from an Estate.

  • Deceased Estates including the preparation of Wills, applications to the Supreme Court for Probate (in the event the deceased person left a valid Will) or Letters of Administration (where the deceased person left no Will) to be granted.

  • Family Law - all areas of family law including matters involving divorce including separation under one roof, property settlements, financial agreements, de facto and same sex relationships, spousal maintenance and parenting arrangements, relocation of children, domestic violence, family dispute resolution.

  • Criminal Law – Bail application, Drug offences, Traffic and Driving Offences, Assault Charges, Injunctions and Domestic Violence Prohibition Orders (AVO - ADVO), Fraud and Dishonesty, Damage Properties, Robbery, Stealing and Larceny charges, Sexual Offences, Money Laundering, Other Commonwealth offences.

  • She is also a registered migration agent. She specialises in Skilled visas and Business visa application.


Erica prides herself on working closely with clients to achieve their desired outcome and being able to provide practical advice to clients.

She is also actively involved in chairing and delivering seminars to the business leaders and professional groups. Erica supports many communities and pro bono activities, including counsel to the Indochinese Aged Care Services. 

Other community roles include:

Erica is actively involved in the Taiwanese community and have been appointed legal counsel for many of these organisations.

  • President of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Oceania

  • Vice President of The World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce

  • The former president of Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce in Australia

  • Legal Consultant and duty/Volunteer Lawyer of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Sydney

  • Legal Consultant and duty/Volunteer Lawyer of OCAC in Sydney

  • Legal Consultant of Indochinese Aged Care Services

  • Legal Consultant of Overseas Chinese Association (Sydney)


Erica Liu is a co-founder and influencer for HCIC ( Fluent in Taiwanese, Mandarin and Cantonese.


Alice Sheng

Alice Sheng

Alice is a senior lawyer at GOH Lawyers.

Alice holds the degrees of a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney and was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in May 2014.

With over 7 years of experience, Alice has acted for a wide range of clients providing practical and commercial solutions in the context of clients’ objectives and circumstances with matters ranging from commercial, industrial, and residential sale and acquisitions covering every stage of a transaction.

Alice has experience in the following areas:

  • Residential and commercial conveyancing in NSW and interstate

  • Leasing – commercial and retail acting for lessee and lessor

  • Property acquisitions, development, and sale

  • Option agreements

  • Business sale and acquisitions including dealing with liquor licensing matters

  • Land titling, easement, subdivision, and governance

  • Off-the-plan sales and development

  • Property finance

  • General Wills and Estate matters

  • General Franchise matters acting for franchisor and franchisee

  • General Family law matters including divorce applications and financial agreements


Chris Min

Chris Min is a professionally qualified migration agent and attaining her migration law graduate qualification from the Australian National University.


She has been registered with the Australian Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARN 0850977) and working as a migration agent since 2008.


She has experience in broad areas of immigration and offers expertise in working with large corporate to small business clients assuring employer sponsored visas, and partner/family visa categories as well as skilled visas.


Chris Min

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