LLB, LLM (Applied Law) majoring in Estate Planning
Nicole is a Special Counsel within our Disputes Resolution and Litigation group. She is an experienced succession lawyer, with several years of experience across probate & estate administration, complex estate and business succession planning and estate litigation.
Nicole collaborates with advisors to ensure all parties are working together to achieve the same goals and objectives for her clients’ wealth protection when it transfers to the next generation.
Nicole has developed a strong following of clients who work in the medical profession, as she understands the time-pressures they face and the complexity of their structures. Nicole is known by her clients for being accessible and making the estate planning process easier.
Nicole’s experience in winding up businesses and medical practices on a key person’s death means she knows what businesses need to do to prepare to safeguard against disruption on the death of a key person. Her experience also means Nicole knows the critical steps that need to be taken in the event of an unexpected death of a key person.
Nicole has a strong profile with clients on the Gold Coast and is on the Gold Coast on a regular basis, and her time spent working in New South Wales makes it easier to service clients who are just across the border.
Nicole's experience includes the following:
29 July 2020 - Knowledge
#Private Client Practice
We take a close look at Australia’s organ donation program and outline key legal considerations potential donors need to be mindful of before they "opt-in".
20 July 2020 - Knowledge
#Agribusiness, #Private Client Practice
A recent Queensland Court of Appeal decision illustrates the need for effective forward-planning to save farming families time and costs later.
02 June 2020 - Knowledge
#Private Client Practice, #COVID-19
People carry risk in their professional lives, often without contemplating how things might transpire in the event that they find themselves being personally sued for any reason.
27 April 2020 - Knowledge
Parents may see their children suffering through this COVID-19 crisis and be tempted to offer, or be asked, to render financial assistance. Exercise caution, seek advice on any proposed help, and be careful not to let the instinctive pull of your parental protectiveness overwhelm your own necessities.
27 March 2020 - Knowledge
#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services, #Private Client Practice
Construction funding has become more restricted over the last few years, leading property developers to seek out alternative means to get projects off the ground.
20 March 2020 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law, #Private Client Practice, #COVID-19
Much has been made of panic buying as many Australians rush to protect their families from the perceived risk of dwindling supplies, whether that fear is reasonable or not. But what about protecting your family financially? Economic risk is not the only issue being faced.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
27 Feb 20 to 10 Dec 20 - Sydney
Procurement is one of the most important functions of any business. Whether you are buying or selling goods or services, or even procuring construction, it is critical to ensure that the procurement is considered, compliant, and undertaken in a way that ensures that risks are minimised, opportunities maximised and objectives met.
04 Aug 20 - Brisbane
Choosing a non-traditional procurement model could be the better approach for your project, but you need to know what you are doing. In this seminar, we consider where innovative forms of procurement are recommended and the risks and issues that can arise with each form. We will also look at developing a decision matrix that can assist you in deciding what form to use.