Jolynda has extensive knowledge of all aspects of succession law.
She is passionate about assisting her clients achieve their objectives, and in the most practical efficient manner.
Her attention to detail and knowledge in all aspects of succession law enables her to provide practical dependable advice to her clients.
- Bachelor of Laws, Queensland University of Technology
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, College of Law
- Admitted to Supreme Court of Queensland
- All aspects of succession law (estate planning, administration and litigation)
- Complex estate planning
- Asset structuring
- Member, Queensland Law Society
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15 Apr 2019
Many Australians still die each year without a valid will. If you do not have a valid will the law decides who will manage your estate when you die and who will take your estate assets (and it may be people you do not wish to benefit!). It is a common...Read More
04 Dec 2018
A person with a severe disability may be entitled to financial advantages where they are a beneficiary of a special disability trust. This may be a useful estate planning tool in providing for the future care and accommodation needs of a person with a...Read More
30 Apr 2018
WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING? “Estate planning” is the process of arranging your affairs in a way that suits your needs now, protects you should you ever lose mental capacity, and ensures your assets pass to your intended beneficiaries after your...Read More