Swanwick Murray Roche – Rockhampton & Central Queensland Lawyers and Solicitors
The legal framework guiding property transactions in Queensland and Australia is dynamic and changes almost every day. Our team are well trained and participate in specialist seminars, reading industry updates, court decisions & legislative amendments. Our team regularly stay in contact with industry professionals to ensure we have good working relationships with the right people when you need it.
Click on our staff profiles to learn more about each of our experienced team members:
- Robert Rooney – Principal Partner & Solicitor
- Terry Tummon – Principal Partner & Solicitor
- Jenna O’Donnell – Property Paralegal
- Madeleine Reddy – Senior Conveyancing Officer
- Chloe Cookson – Junior Conveyancing Officer & Support
Check out some of our recent legal updates and property resources that you might find useful on this Property Law Resources link. Please remember that these updates and resources are general guidance only. If you need legal advice, you should contact us to discuss your matter as your personal circumstances may not suit the circumstances described in the updates and resources.
To talk about your matter – reach out to us via any means to start a conversation. All of our contact information is listed here on our Contact Page.
MEET OUR TEAM.
David Lipke is a partner of our Rockhampton firm overseeing the litigation and insurance division in the firm. His experience includes work in institutional claims, workers compensation and motor accident claims.
Terry Tummon is a partner of the firm overseeing the family law division. Terry’s experience includes dealing with property settlement and litigation matters.
Robert Rooney is a partner of the firm overseeing the commercial & business, property, wills & estates division. His experience includes commercial transaction and advisory work.
Katina Perren is a solicitor of the firm, Independent Children’s Lawyer and Separate Representative. Her experience includes work in custody, separation, divorce and property settlement matters.
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