Emma joined Vandeleur & Todd as a graduate lawyer after completing her double degree in a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Psychological Science at Griffith University. Emma has also completed her Masters of Applied Law (Wills and Estates) in 2016 with the College of Law. Emma predominantly practices in the area wills and estates law and residential and commercial conveyancing.
Emma advises on all areas of wills and estates law including preparation of wills, enduring powers of attorneys, general powers of attorneys, advance health directives, testamentary discretionary trusts and also provides succession advice with respect to family discretionary trusts, superannuation funds, companies and partnerships, along with providing estate planning advice on the risk of potential family provision applications.
Emma is able to guide her clients through the administration of deceased estates including court applications for grants of probate, letters of administration, exemplifications and reseals, and the preparation of transmission and transfer documents to facilitate the transfer of estate assets, including real property.
• Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Psychological Science (2011)
• Solicitor, Supreme Court of Queensland (2012)
• Associate, Vandeleur & Todd (2016)