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120 A Russell Street,
Toowoomba QLD 4320
(07) 4632 8484

About Us

ReesLaw is one of the oldest Toowoomba law firms.

The principal of ReesLaw, Stephen Rees, is an accredited family law specialist and mediator with over 30 years experience in family law, commercial litigation, alternate dispute resolution and business law.

We have focused our legal services in four key, and often interrelated, areas of need:

•  Family Law;

•  Estate Planning and Administration;

•  Conveyancing and Property Transfers; and

•  Business Law.

In doing so we have become recognised as providers of quality legal services, including being acknowledged as Australia’s top Aged Care and Retirement law firm in 2012 and one of Australia’s Top 50 Law Firms for four years running (2012 to 2015).

Backed by a team of experienced Toowoomba solicitors and support staff, ReesLaw is dedicated to offering our clients in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs the support and clear advice necessary to resolve problems quickly.

Our motto is Focused, Caring, Effective.

Our focus is on you and your needs, and making sure you have the best outcome possible. We focus on you by addressing 4 questions:

•   How can we best assist you to understand your rights and obligations, the process of getting things            done, what options are available and what costs might be involved?
•   How can we best protect your interests, financial and personal?
•   How can we create value for you that is beyond the price we are charging?
•   Can we agree on a fixed price to give you peace of mind about budgeting for your matter?

We provide legal services effectively by specialising in our chosen areas of expertise, by keeping abreast of changes to laws and utilising extensive precedent and knowledge databases.

We care for our clients and believe that success in professional life comes from long-term relationships built on respect and trust.

ReesLaw also prides itself on supporting and being involved in the local Toowoomba community, including volunteer work for The Advocacy and Support Centre (TASC), attending the University of the Third Age (U3A) Seniors Expo each year and participating in local events such as the Kokoda Challenge in 2016.