Our team

Michael Neville


Michael has extensive commercial, business, franchising and real estate experience. Before entering legal practice his previous experience included being a franchisee and franchisor, a licensed real estate agent and sales manager.

He is admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland, the High Court of Australia, and is admitted as a solicitor and barrister in the High Court of New Zealand. Michael is a Member of the Queensland Law Society.

James Bridge


James specialises in both planning and environment law and property transactions, having advised property developers, investors and private financiers in all aspects of commercial, industrial, residential and rural property including structuring, purchase, sale, development and leasing. He has extensive experience in the drafting and negotiation of all types of lease documentation for both landlords and tenants of commercial and retail properties.

Chantelle Lee Jones

Senior Associate

Chantelle’s expertise covers property law and conveyancing, particularly residential and commercial acquisitions and sales including negotiation and preparation of contracts, leasing, and commercial developments. She also provides expert advice in the area of residential off the plan conveyancing for both developers and residential clients.

Stacey Percival

Senior Associate

Stacey is a family lawyer with extensive experience in property settlement, spousal maintenance, parenting, child support, divorce and financial agreements. She specialises in financial matters involving complex property pools, including entity structures, trading businesses, self-managed superannuation funds and taxation issues. Stacey believes that each matter requires a tailored strategic approach, and has strong skills in negotiation, mediation and a broad range of litigation, including arbitration and final hearings.

Stacey also has experience in commercial matters such as contract preparation and reviews, franchising and the purchase and sale of private businesses, and provides advice with respect to asset structuring from a family law perspective.

Alice Bartels


Alice specialises in Succession Law with a particular focus on estate planning for a diverse range of clients. Her work includes acting for individuals, blended families, and families with young children. Alice assists with business succession planning working closely with accountants and financial planners.

She has experience acting for executors, beneficiaries and trustees in contentious and non-contentious estate administration and has acted in a range of litigation matters including family provisions claims, power of attorney actions and superannuation disputes.

Alice has worked in the legal industry for a number of years and is passionate about delivering high quality legal work services for her clients.