Michael completed his Bachelor of Law and Journalism degree at Queensland University of Technology in July 2015 and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland as a Legal Practitioner in December 2015.
Michael progressively worked his way through our office as a Law Clerk, Graduate Law Clerk to Lawyer, with continued experience in both commercial and litigation matters including:
- Will-making, Estate Administration and Estate Litigation;
- Company Incorporation;
- Charitable entity establishment;
- Residential and Commercial property conveyances;
- Lease reviews;
- Contract disputes and debt recovery;
- Family law – Domestic Violence, Parenting and Property Matters; and
- Criminal law
Michael has undertaken legal studies and significant on the job legal training in our office doing Wills, EPOAs & Estate work. He is experienced in Will and EPOA making and associated advice.
As a lawyer, Michael understands the legal risks and implications associated with small businesses and aims to provide you with professional low cost, accurate on-time information that will help your business grow to its full potential. If you are interested in start-up business law, access information here.
Michael currently assists in litigation matters, and is continuing to grow in the practice areas of employment and dispute-resolution.
Recent Articles & Publications
- Superannuation Death Benefits – Remedies for Disappointed Beneficiaries and Dependants
- Estate Planning – What happens to my superannuation when I die?
- Bail and Bail Conditions
- How can a person lacking testamentary capacity change their Will?
- Keeping your Enduring Power of Attorney up-to-date
- Poor Will Drafting can be an Expensive Exercise– Lessons from Hope v Schneider  QSC 044
- The Tax Benefits of Creating a Testamentary Trust – Brisbane Lawyers
- The Queensland Retail Shop Lease Amendment Bill 2015 Passed – A Look into the Upcoming Changes
- Death and Taxes – The Executor’s Responsibility to Lodge Tax Returns for a Deceased Estate
- Start-ups: Legal Changes to look for in 2016 (Part 2)
- The Risks of Preparing an Informal Will – Lindsay v McGrath  QCA 206
- Uniform/Dress Codes: Employee Dismissed for Breach of ‘Clean-Shaven’ Policy
- ACNC – Non-government Schools to Receive Streamlined Reporting