Introduction of Ren Hai (Harry) Jiang, solicitor

Harry Jiang is the director/principal of Diligence Lawyers & Migration Agents. Harry Jiang does mostly family law matters, such as simple or complicated divorce application; parenting and property division litigation at Family Court or Federal Circuit Court. He has extensive experience in family law matters. Harry Jiang also has extensive experience in property development, business sales/acquisitions. Harry Jiang has acted for corporate clients in giving advice in corporate matters; resolving in corporate dispute/litigation matters as well. Harry Jiang can be contacted at: Ph.: 61 2 9267 7033, Mobile: 61 404806812 Or email:

Our people: Harry Jiang, solicitor director; Catherine Wang, licensed conveyancer.

Cases presentation

Family Law cases: Harry Jiang acted for clients in Federal Circuit Court/Family Court who normally did not control financial affairs of the family. Most of these clients trusted their formal partners while they were still in good relationship. Then, afterwards, it turned out to be that some of their formal partners cheated them by hiding or transferring assets without the clients’ knowledge/consent. Difficult cases. After the negotiations failed, Harry Jiang successfully obtained court orders that force the clients’ formal partners to split properties with the clients.

Corporate law recent case: Harry Jiang acted for a corporate client recently who was sued last year at Supreme Court New South Wales. The client was one of the defendants. The client was served with sealed copy of statement of claim from the plaintiff. The client thought this litigation was not targeted upon it, so it ignored the claim. Late last year, the plaintiff took legal action and served statutory demand upon it after it obtained default judgement from the Supreme Court last year. Harry Jiang advised the client to take initiative to make application at Supreme Court NSW to set aside the default judgement and set aside statutory demand. Consent orders were just entered in June, 2016 among all the parties consenting to setting aside default judgement and statutory demand of the plaintiff.