Our Wills & Estates Lawyers

 

Bryan

07 3373 3633
bmitchell@mitchellsol.com.au
Bryan Mitchell is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from The University of Queensland and a Master of Laws from QUT. Bryan is well respected within Queensland’s legal community and by satisfied clients for his expertise in wills and estates.
Bryan is particularly interested and experienced in estate planning for parents of children with disabilities.
In his role dealing with will and estates, Bryan assists clients in drawing up wills, dealing with related superannuation issues, minimizing the risk of estate litigation, minimising the taxation liability of wills’ beneficiaries, and establishing discretionary trusts.
He is a member of the Queensland branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, and is an Accredited Specialist in Succession Law. This prestigious accreditation comes under the auspices of the Queensland Law Society’s Specialist Accreditation Board.
Outside of his legal practice Bryan is actively involved with a number of community organizations, and is a vocalist at his local church. He especially enjoys a fresh espresso and a T-bone steak, growing chilli plants, being a dad to four children and listening to Josh Groban.
David

07 3373 3633
dgraham@mitchellsol.com.au
A solicitor of the Supreme Courts of both New South Wales and Queensland and of the High Court of Australia, David holds a Bachelor of Arts (in Industrial Relations) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New South Wales.
He came to Mitchells with a commendably diverse background. After admission as solicitor in NSW, David first practiced exclusively in personal injuries with a Sydney law firm before moving to Legal Aid where he handled criminal defence matters. After returning to general legal practice for a time, David left the law to become an insurance investigator, initially in NSW then later in Queensland, before seizing the opportunity to purchase the company’s office here. Ten years later David sold the business to become a personal injuries solicitor again. Since 2005 he has been Mitchells’ general, estates and commercial litigation lawyer. He’ll handle anything except family law!
When not at work, David enjoys a French Fougasse, a good cheese and the first espresso in the morning. He enjoys reading Dickens, cycling, playing his 12-string guitar, and cooking.
Kylee

07 3373 3633
kghodsi@mitchellsol.com.au
Kylee holds a Bachelor of Arts (in Modern Asian Studies) from Griffith University together with a Bachelor of Laws, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and a Master of Laws (all from QUT). Kylee spent the first 10 years of her legal career practising in Family Law and now handles Estates Administration exclusively.
Kylee has been with the firm for over 15 years.
She also serves as a director of the Australian Refugee Connection.
Kate

07 3373 3633
kmuller@mitchellsol.com.au
Kate Muller joined Mitchells Solicitors in 2014. Kate holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (History) as well as a Master of Laws with Honours, all from the University of Queensland. Kate has been practicing almost exclusively in succession law, with a bit of business law and family law, since her admission. She has just begun studying a Masters in Law in Wills and Estates.
Most recently, Kate worked with the State Trustees in Melbourne, working exclusively in estate planning.
Kate works with Bryan in drawing up wills, dealing with related superannuation issues, minimizing the risk of estate litigation, minimising the taxation liability of wills’ beneficiaries and establishing discretionary trusts.
Outside of the law, Kate is a busy mum of three boys.
Kate

07 3373 3633
kmuller@mitchellsol.com.au
Kate Muller joined Mitchells Solicitors in 2014. Kate holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (History) as well as a Master of Laws with Honours, all from the University of Queensland. Kate has been practicing almost exclusively in succession law, with a bit of business law and family law, since her admission. She has just begun studying a Masters in Law in Wills and Estates.
Most recently, Kate worked with the State Trustees in Melbourne, working exclusively in estate planning.
Kate works with Bryan in drawing up wills, dealing with related superannuation issues, minimizing the risk of estate litigation, minimising the taxation liability of wills’ beneficiaries and establishing discretionary trusts.
Outside of the law, Kate is a busy mum of three boys.
AdeleAdele has a particular interest in family law, which was one of the main factors in her original decision to study law. Apart from looking after our family law clients’ needs, Adele also handles clients’ commercial transactions and litigation matters with respect to wills and estates.
Adele holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics from the University of New England together with a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the College of Law. She is currently studying for a Masters of Applied Law.
While Adele is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and of the High Court of Australia, she is also authorized as the holder of a Queensland Law Society Practising Certificate to practise as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland.
In her spare time Adele volunteers at the Women’s Legal Centre and is a member of the Family Law Practitioners’ Association.
When not at work, Adele enjoys netball, reading, cooking, chocolate, green tea and watching The Sound of Music.

 

 

 

 

Bryan Mitchell is  a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws from The University of Queensland and a Master of Laws from QUT.  Bryan is well respected within Queensland’s legal community and by satisfied clients for his expertise in wills and estates.

Bryan is particularly interested and experienced in estate planning for parents of children with disabilities.

In his role dealing with will and estates, Bryan assists clients in drawing up wills, dealing with related superannuation issues, minimizing the risk of estate litigation, minimising the taxation liability of wills’ beneficiaries, and  establishing discretionary trusts.
He is a member of the Queensland branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, and is an Accredited Specialist in Succession Law. This prestigious accreditation comes under the auspices of the Queensland Law Society’s Specialist Accreditation Board.
Outside of his legal practice  Bryan is actively involved with a number of community organizations, and is a vocalist at his local church. He especially enjoys a fresh espresso and a T-bone steak, growing chilli plants, being a dad to four children and listening to Josh Groban.
- (5)Kate Muller joined Mitchells Solicitors in 2014. Kate holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (History) as well as a Master of Laws with Honours, all from the University of Queensland. Kate has been practicing almost exclusively in succession law, with a bit of business law and family law, since her admission. She has just begun studying a Masters in Law in Wills and Estates.
Most recently, Kate worked with the State Trustees in Melbourne, working exclusively in estate planning.
Kate works with Bryan in drawing up wills, dealing with related superannuation issues, minimizing the risk of estate litigation, minimising the taxation liability of wills’ beneficiaries and establishing discretionary trusts.
Outside of the law, Kate is a busy mum of three boys.