Max is a Solicitor at Best Wilson Buckley Family Law in the firm’s Toowoomba office.
Max joined our team in 2014 after being the recipient of the Best Wilson Buckley Family Law Scholarship at the University of Southern Queensland. Through his time with the firm, Max has worked across various facets of the practice before transitioning into his Solicitor role in 2018, gifting him with a unique insight into the firm and allowing him experience and exposure to clients through various support roles.
Max’s enthusiastic and genuine approach to practising family law has been ignited and encouraged through his time with the firm. He finds great reward in supporting and empowering people at a difficult time to find a rewarding and fulfilling resolution to their family law matter.
Growing up in regional Queensland, Max has previously lived abroad in Germany before moving to Toowoomba in 2011. In addition to his Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Max also holds a Bachelor of Arts with a major in International Relations.
Expertise and Professional Qualifications
Max’s understanding of the world of family law has been developing since joining the team in 2014. With a genuine desire to be a specialist family lawyer, he has been learning the trade from many angles already and has quickly become efficient and effective in resolving parenting, property, and domestic and family violence matters in a way that ensures he looks after the best interests of his clients and their family.
Max is also responsible for all applications for divorce in the firm’s Toowoomba office and is well-rehearsed in assisting clients through this stage of their family law matter, often appearing in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia where required.
Associations and Career Awards
- Best Wilson Buckley Family Law Scholarship – 2014
- Family Law Representative, Downs and South West Queensland Law Association
- Golden Key International Honour Society
- Queensland Family Law Practitioners Association
- Law Council of Australia
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