Christine Knoll has had experience in the legal profession in varying capacities for a period of 35 years since commencing work as a receptionist then paralegal in a legal firm in Sydney.
While continuing to work in the profession, Christine studied and completed the Solicitors Admission Board course through the University in Sydney and was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and High Court of Australia in 2008. Christine is also a member of the Law Society of New South Wales and Hunter Valley Law Society.
Christine has experience in the following areas of law:
- Deceased Estates
- Disputed Estates
- Family Law including divorces and property settlements
- Property Law and Conveyancing
- Wills, Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardians
- Retirement Villages and Aged Care Accommodation
- Purchase and sale of businesses
As Christine has been involved throughout her career in small busy general practices, she brings a wealth of experience in many areas of the law including Deceased Estates and Administration of Estates including the area of Family Provision claims, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Enduring Guardianship, Property law/Conveyancing, Family Law, Retirement Villages and Aged care accommodation and Purchase and Sale of Businesses.
Christine has a strong commitment to providing a compassionate, quality service and attempting always to resolve any dispute or issue in the hope that stressful litigation may be avoided.