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Jo Maloney

Jo is our in-house Estate Planning Lawyer.

Since her admission in 2005, Jo has worked exclusively in wills and estates law in firms throughout south-east Queensland. Jo joined Best Wilson Buckley in mid-2018 as the founding member of our in-house estate planning team.  She now works with all of our family lawyers across all office locations to review our client’s estate planning in the context of their family law matters and future pathways.

Jo’s extensive experience has allowed her to develop a depth and breadth of knowledge and understanding about this area of the law and how difficult it can be for families to think and talk about their estate planning. By working closely with our family lawyers, she is intimately aware of the impact significant changes in family circumstances can have on our client’s estate planning, and her nurturing, approachable, and pragmatic approach ensure that our client’s best interests are looked after in the event of their death or incapacity.

In addition to her Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Jo holds a Bachelor of Business (Communications) from the Queensland University of Technology.

Expertise and Professional Qualifications

Jo has worked exclusively in wills and estates law since her admission in 2005. With close to 15 years of experience under her belt, she is well-versed in estate planning and administration, disputes regarding estates, superannuation death benefits, and life insurance policies. By working closely with our family lawyers, Jo possesses a unique and intimate knowledge of the role that significant chances in family circumstances can have on estate planning, including separation, starting a new relationship, marriage, the birth of new children and grandchildren, or a significant change in financial circumstances.

To read more about why it is important to review your estate planning in the context of your family law matter and what needs to be considered, click here.

Associations and Career Awards

Memberships:

  • Downs and South West Queensland Law Association
  • Law Council of Australia

Resources

September 27, 2019

By Jo Maloney | Property settlements | Wills and Estate Planning

‘Til Death Do Us Part

The process of legally separating from a spouse can be extremely emotional and draining. Navigating property matters and parenting arrangements within the family law context can involve a very steep,...

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August 02, 2019

By Jo Maloney | Family Law | Videos | Wills and Estate Planning

The Importance of Estate Planning in Family Law Matters

In this video, Estate Planning Lawyer, Jo Maloney discusses the importance of estate planning in family law matters.

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February 11, 2019

By Jo Maloney | Divorce | Separation

I Will! Why Reviewing Your Estate Planning is Crucial upon Separation from Your Spouse

Your Will might be the very last thing you want to think about when separating from your spouse. However, not taking the time to review your estate planning can have...

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I would like to thank Jo Maloney who handled my Will and Enduring Power of Attorney. She showed professionalism and explained things to me in a down-to-earth manner.
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