Family Law Special Counsel Michael Twohill, based at our Kingscliff office, is a courtroom veteran who has built a strong reputation for the rare dual expertise of Family Law and dealing with domestic violence protection orders.
Mr Twohill was admitted as a solicitor in 1983 and proudly traces his career roots to Murwillumbah, where he began his career in the legal profession as an articled clerk, working for Hynes & Elliott at their Kingscliff office in the late 1970’s. Mr Twohill has worked at some high-profile firms since his admission and founded his own law firm in 1999 at Southport. He sold his practice after more than 20 years working as a sole practitioner and has joined the team at Attwood Marshall Lawyers, back in Kingscliff, with 40 years legal experience.
Many Tweed Shire residents will know ‘Michael Twohill’ as their long-serving solicitor, while others will recognise the ‘Twohill’ name. Mr Twohill’s grandfather was Alexander Twohill, an early Tweed Shire President who served two terms in role (1916 and 1932) and was councillor-elect 11 times. The Alexander Twohill Bridge at Tumbulgum was opened in 1986, and Mr Twohill’s parents, Vince and Ollie, were well-respected members of the Tweed community.
As a lawyer, Mr Twohill is skilled in handling complex Family Law matters, including property settlements, parenting agreements, protection orders, and frequently appears in the Local and Federal Circuit Courts, as well as the Family Court which deals with the most complex Family Law matters. Mr Twohill is an Attwood Marshall Lawyers match in expertise and values, and a rare purveyor of legal skill. His strong experience in complex family law matters is an asset, and his caring and personalised approach to clients resonates with us as a firm because we value exceptional client services.
Mr Twohill has is at the Attwood Marshall Kingscliff team of Kingscliff resident lawyers, including Wills and Estates Senior Associate Debbie Sage, Personal Injuries Senior Associate, Lisa Robertson, Licenced Conveyancer Rachel Godden and the growing number of local junior lawyers and law graduates in the firm. He will also be a welcome support to Senior Associate Hayley Condon, who has practised in family law since being admitted in 2009.
Special Counsel, Michael Twohill, qualifications:
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 1983
- Admitted to the High Court of Australia in 1983
- Member of Law Council of Australia since 1991
- Member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia since 1991
- Foundation Member of the Family Law Practitioner’s Association (FLPA)
- Member of Queensland Law Society since 1983
To book an appointment with special counsel Michael Twohill, phone: 1800 621 071 anytime.