Owner of McKillop Legal, Fionne McKillop, commenced practice as a lawyer in 2001 after graduating from The University of Wollongong in 2000 with an Honours degree in Law and a Commerce degree.
Fionne initially commenced legal practice in Sydney’s CBD following her selection in one of Australia’s top law firms’ graduate recruitment program. Following this, Fionne became an Associate with 2 other national firms in corporate advisory roles, advising many corporations, charities and government departments on various complex commercial and property matters and as a senior solicitor/corporate counsel for a NSW State Owned Corporation.
Following the birth of her third child, Fionne completed her Diploma of Financial Services and worked in the long established financial planning practice McKillop Financial Planning, gaining a valuable insight into the need for estate planning and business structuring to minimise tax, protect assets and grow wealth and the necessity of proper planning for retirement, considering business succession and personal succession issues.
Fionne is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia and can assist you by providing quality advice to provide an effective, practical solution any legal problem.
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Craig Pryor, principal of McKillop Legal, holds an Honours degree in Law and a Science degree.
Craig was admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2001 and is admitted to the High Court of Australia. Craig became a partner at WMD Law in 2005 at age 27 in the Commercial Group and Estates Group and in 2013, was asked to join Bell Partners, a multiple BRW Award winning national accountancy and business advisory practice, as its Head of Commercial Law & Estate Planning, which he headed for 3 years until joining McKillop Legal.
A large part of Craig’s practice involves drafting, negotiating and advising on commercial contracts, sale of business, business and personal structuring and asset protection, probate and deceased estate administration, business succession planning, estate planning and conducting commercial litigation and civil litigation such as that in relation to business disputes, bankruptcy and insolvency, trusts and claims on estates such as under the Succession Act.
Craig has the knowledge, expertise and experience to guide you through any legal issue.
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