At QHL, while we offer a full range of legal services, our focus is on trying to help you achieve a brighter future. That’s why we strive to look at your legal issues from a “big picture” perspective. By approaching your legal issues this way, we find that often the best legal fix for a particular challenge may not be the best personal or business solution. We encourage a team approach to help you so for example, if you have business issues, we like to work with your accounting and business advisers to see how we can best work together for you. Get it right first time by calling us first. Check out our other pages to see how we can help you achieve your goals.


Your Will is one of the most important legal documents you can prepare. It reduces the likelihood of arguments developing amongst the family and in addition to dealing with your property, you can record a number of other wishes in your Will such as whether you wish to donate body parts, any specific wishes you have around the disposal of your body and any special arrangements you would like to see implemented at your funeral.


A Power of Attorney gives you the power to nominate a trusted person to act on your behalf, for example while you are out of the country. The power of attorney allows your trusted person to pay your accounts, deal with bank issues and sign important documents on your behalf. A Power of Attorney can be cancelled in writing at any time and are automatically cancelled if you pass away.


Trusts are a popular way of protecting property or maintain assets.


We all make mistakes and sometimes we need help when we least expect it.
Call QHL if you need a hand with:

  • Limited Licenses
  • Driving while disqualified
  • Careless, reckless or dangerous driving
  • Log book offences
  • Speeding offences
  • Any other court matters

To discuss these types of issues, please contact Kelly.



It’s an old adage that your staff are the most important asset in your business. Making sure you do the right thing by them, especially in the employment law context is very important. However, navigating the rules and procedures that apply in the workplace can be very challenging. For employers, making a mistake in following the correct procedure can be costly; even if the ultimate outcome of your actions are fully justified. Equally for an employee, knowing your rights and more importantly knowing how to exercise them in the most appropriate way can make the difference between keeping and losing your job.

To get it right the first time, talk with Tim.


Nina Mackay

Nina Mackay – Associate
Ph.03 687 9010

Chris Jones Lawyer

Chris Jones
– Lawyer
Ph. 03 687 9010

Codi Lilley

Codi Lilley
– Lawyer
 03 687 9010