Robert Douglas was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2004.
Robert Douglas was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2004. He has considerable experience in Family Law. He regularly appears in the Family Court of Australia and in the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia in respect of matrimonial and de facto property disputes. He also has a wealth of experience in Family Law, Mediation and negotiating positive outcomes for his clients. In particular his focus is on resolving family law matters without the cost, stress and time involved in a matter proceeding to court. His record in this regard is exemplary.
His experience also includes elder law. He has acted in numerous estate family provision applications. One application involved eight children of the deceased some of whom were included in the Will and some who were not and having to deal with the Public Trustee who was acting for the guardian of a claimant who was one of the children. The matter was resolved successfully under his supervision. He has acted for executors of deceased estates living as far away as the UK and Italy.
Prior to practising law Robert was a secondary teacher of English, History and social sciences.