Meet our friendly and down-to-earth team
The Law Essentials team are proud to live and work in Hervey Bay and Maryborough and provide helpful legal advice throughout Queensland.
Chris (or Thommo, as most people know him as and what he prefers to be called) has been a Lawyer since 1997. After working in Brisbane and then London, Thommo moved to Hervey Bay in 2002 for the relaxed lifestyle and excellent fishing. He is the Managing Partner and practices in all areas of law.
Tamara is our Conveyancing Manager and considered a “gun” in her field. She manages the team of conveyancers making sure transactions run smoothly. She also undertakes paralegal work in her spare time. Tamara loves the outdoors, provided she has internet access and it does not involve sand, dirt, rain or cold temperatures.
A true Maryborough local. Addy is one of our conveyancers working in Hervey Bay and Maryborough. She has extensive experience acquired over the years in local law firms and we are glad to now have her as part of our team. Addy loves spending her weekends enjoying the sights of Maryborough and gardening.
Tamika joined our team in May 2018 and is based in our Maryborough office. Born and raised in the “burra”, she cut her teeth in the field of conveyancing and paralegal duties in other firms before being headhunted to join Law Essentials as a legal assistant. She loves the outdoors, particularly strolling through the local parks at lunchtime.
Jess joined the team in September 2020 as a Conveyancer and Paralegal. After obtaining heaps of experience in local law firms in Maryborough, Jess saw the opportunity to grow and jumped ship. Now working out of both the Maryborough and Hervey Bay offices, Jess saw the chance to work a couple of days more closely to the coast of Hervey Bay, so that in her spare time, she can practice her craft of sand castle sculpture on the beach. She’ll always call Maryborough home though, particularly with her pet rats preferring an inland climate.
Lucy is our front end switch and is the friendly face at the front desk of the Maryborough office. Lucy is in the process of setting up Maryborough’s first women’s break-dancing club and can be found busting a few moves at the taxi rank of any number of pubs on a Saturday night.