Fox and Thomas Business Lawyers
Fox and Thomas Business Lawyers has developed a strong reputation for providing modern, high quality legal services to clients across the South West Queensland and Northern New South Wales regions from our offices in Goondiwindi and St George.
Our practice areas including family law, business services, agribusiness, estate planning and property. Our legal expertise is combined with a knowledge and understanding of the key farming, grazing and related industries that support our local communities.
Our family law team is led by Kay Rhodes, a Queensland Law Society Accredited Family Law Specialist. We are committed to using a process which is least likely to lead to litigation. Our aim is to preserve the dignity and integrity of the client and if possible encourage a mature and civil relationship between the parties.
Kay has a well-earned reputation for her understanding of the impact of family law matters on rural families and agribusiness operations. Her commitment to achieving a resolution that is both personally and commercially viable is highly regarded by clients.
We work in conjunction with accountants and registered valuers to bring clarity and certainty to property issues. Our family law practice is experienced in dealing with matters which involve agribusiness, family-owned enterprises entwined with corporate structures and third parties. Our family law and agribusiness practices very much complement each other.
We advise on all areas of family law and related issues including:
- Property settlement – particularly involving agribusiness and family owned rural enterprises;
- Spousal maintenance;
- Cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements;
- De facto property settlements;
- Family Court litigation;
- Domestic violence applications;
- Children’s parenting orders;
- Child support/child maintenance trusts;
- Wills for blended families;
ACCREDITED SPECIALIST FAMILY LAW
Kay Rhodes is a Qld Law Society Accredited Specialist in Family Law. Kay has been a family law accredited specialist for more than 15 years and has been a member of the Queensland Law Society’s specialist accreditation committee for the past seven years.