As Principal Lawyer, leading the firm’s Wills and Estates practice, Christine has extensive experience in succession law. She takes pride in helping her clients navigate the estate planning process with tailored and thorough advice. Christine’s practice includes preparing the client’s Will in the context of their family circumstances, business, trust and superannuation structures to ensure their wishes are reflected appropriately. Christine is also committed to guiding Executors and Administrators seamlessly through all elements of the deceased estate administration process.
Christine is respected for providing practical and sound advice regarding stamp duty exemption applications relating to trusts, superfunds and deceased estates. She has broad experience in all aspects of property law including leasing, subdivisions, partitions and adverse possession applications allowing her to support the firm’s Property practice.
Irrespective of the brief, Christine is passionate about providing prompt and accessible service and achieving the desired results for her clients. Christine’s ability to form strong client relationships is attributable to her sensitive yet pragmatic approach which is admired by her peers and clients. Christine also plays a significant part in mentoring and developing the firm’s lawyers, a role that brings her much satisfaction and enjoyment.