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Mitchells Solicitors delivers quality advice, friendly service and thorough solutions to your legal problems. The firm has expertise in particular areas of law, most significantly in the areas of wills, trusts, estate disputes and litigation, family law, elder law, the law for disabled children and adults, and property and conveyancing.
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Accredited Specialists in Wills & Estates in Queensland
There are only 45 Accredited Specialists in Succession Law (wills and estates) in Queensland. Bryan Mitchell is one of them.
Who We Are
Principal & Accredited Specialist in Succession Law
Bryan assists clients in the three areas of Wills and Estates, being Estate Planning, Estate Disputes and Estate Administration. His expertise is recognised by the Queensland Law Society, being an Accredited Specialist in Succession Law (which is another word for Wills and Estates). There are presently only 45 such specialists out of roughly 13,000 lawyers in Queensland.
More recently Bryan and the firm Mitchells was recognised by the influential Doyles Guide in three categories , being:
- 2017 Leading – Estate Litigation – Queensland
- 2017 Leading – Wills, Estates & Succession Planning Lawyers – Queensland
- 2017 Recommended – Estate Litigation – Australia
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How does the court approach the question of mental incapacity, and at what stage does it mean that a will is declared invalid due to mental incapacity? In Power v Smart (2018) WASC 168, the daughters of the late Mrs Okle, who had dementia and severely impaired vision...