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Who We Are
Divorce Lawyers Brisbane is a specialty division of Mitchells Solicitors & Business Advisors, a legal firm on the south side of Brisbane.
The modern firm of Divorce Lawyers Brisbane can assist with all aspects of family law, from separation and divorce to settlement, child support, domestic violence support, adoption and mediation. Our values include excellence in our knowledge and practice of the law, honesty and strength.
When you need experienced, friendly advice – we’re on your side.
Kylee spent the first 10 years of her legal career practising in Family Law, before handling Estate Administration work for some years. She has been with the firm for over 18 years.
Kylee is now the head of the family law team and is finishing post-graduate study in wills and estates at the College of Law. She brings enormous technical knowledge to both areas of the law, which provides the best outcomes for clients.
Nathan has completed a Bachelor of Law from Griffith University and will soon begin studying a graduate diploma of legal practice. Nathan should qualify as a solicitor around January 2019. He was originally recruited as a legal assistant for a 6-month contract but was so impressive in regard to his dedication, attitude, and ability that he’s been made full-time and effectively given the responsibilities of a solicitor.
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