Christopher O’Connor was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2007. Christopher took control of the firm in 2016 from his father, who was the Director of the firm for 35 years.
Christopher advises his clients in relation to a broad range of estate matters including:
- Estate planning (including wills and testamentary trusts)
- Estate administration (including advising executors, administrators and beneficiaries)
- Contentious and non-contentious estate litigation (including family provision applications, solemn form proceedings, interpretation or rectification of wills)
- Guardianship and administration matters (including enduring powers of attorney, proceedings at the QCAT and advice to attorneys, guardians and administrators in relation to the exercise of their powers)
- Superannuation disputes.
When Christopher is not helping his clients plan their futures, he and his wife of 10 years, Fiona, are running after their three young children.