Our Rates

All rates are current as at today and are displayed exclusive of GST

For the Solvency Management Rates that apply to Change of Trustee files from the office of the Australian Financial Security Authority, please contact your nearest office.


Our Rates

QLD Worrells Offices

Brisbane, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lismore, Toowoomba

NSW/ACT Worrells Offices

Sydney, Western Sydney, Central Coast, Canberra

VIC Worrells Offices

Melbourne, Ballarat, Bendigo

SA Worrells Offices


WA Worrells Office


Staff Levels


Generally managers are staff members who have or are undertaking the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA) or other appropriate insolvency course, have full control of all but the largest or most complex files, and report directly to the relevant Partner. They are responsible for controlling, motivating and training a production team. 

They should have sound knowledge of the Worrells systems and insolvency law, have good communication skills, and hold or are ready to apply for their Registered Trustee and Liquidator tickets.


Supervisors are staff members who are responsible for the supervision and training of one or more File Accountants. They should be able to control most aspects of a standard file through the Worrells system.

They will generally have about 36 months of insolvency experience and have completed or be in the final phase of their ICA or CPA studies. We would expect that they would commence their ARITA studies during this period.

Senior File Accountants

Senior File Accountants are graduates with about 12 months insolvency experience. They would be expected to be undertaking their ICA or CPA studies and be able to demonstrate a very sound knowledge and application of general insolvency principles and the Worrells systems. Towards the end of their period as a Senior File Accountant, they may also be partially responsible for the training of graduate file accountants.

File Accountants

File Accountants are undergraduates or graduates with no or limited previous experience in insolvency or other relevant business areas. We would expect File Accountants to complete their accounting studies (if they have not already done so) and commence their ICA or CPA studies.

Financial Assistants

Financial Assistants are non-qualified Accountants with bookkeeping experience who undertake limited clerical and procedural tasks on insolvency files where required.