While achieving her post-graduate diploma in professional legal training in 2016, Chelsea joined Robbins Watson Solicitors as a legal trainee. Her enthusiasm for law, coupled with her dedication to client satisfaction found Chelsea accepting a fulltime position at Robbins Watson Solicitors as a law clerk until her admission to the Supreme Court of Queensland. By late 2016, Chelsea became an early career lawyer of the Firm delivering services within the Inheritance, Funeral and Elder Law divisions.
HOW CAN CHELSEA HELP?
Chelsea has continued to practice within the Inheritance, Funeral and Elder Law divisions while providing comprehensive and client specific advice connecting to all things Estate planning and Estate administration. Acutely aware that each person is unique, Chelsea offers tailored Estate Planning services to each of her clients to formulate the most appropriate Estate plan.
From assisting clients navigating through their assets and structures, to exercising a compassionate understanding during times of trauma, Chelsea removes those additional pressures and feelings of overwhelm inherently present in both Estate planning and Estate administration providing you with an ability to focus on the more important things.
Parallel to Chelsea’s commitment to the Firm and her clients, she further allocates her time to providing individual mentoring to students of the Bond University Alumni Mentor program. Chelsea’s primary focus is to yield students with the necessary instruments allowing them to positively embark on the next stages of their journey.
Correspondingly, Chelsea volunteers her time to those members of the community who experience economic hardship through collaboration with the Australian Red Cross National Solicitor Wills Network.
CHELSEA'S SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS
Within her first few months post-admission, Chelsea’s article Using Your Ethical Compass was published in the Early Career Lawyers section of the Queensland Law Society’s Proctor Magazine in December 2016. To read her article, click here.
To read Chelsea’s other article titled Adoption: When law transcends biology, click here.