Kate Do is a Senior Associate with Shine Lawyers Wills & Estates practice, delivering expert legal advice to her clients on succession, trust and estate litigation. Having worked in the law for almost two decades, Kate has significant experience in succession law and is held in high regard by practitioners in that field.
“Regardless of the amount involved or who the client is, we use every bit of our training, skills and every ounce of our energy to secure the best results for the client.”
Kate has been involved in several cases of note, including Public Trustee of Queensland v MacPherson, the first modern judicial decision concerning the Public Trustee’s unique ability to obtain judicial advice and direction under the Public Trustee Act 1978 (Qld) and Doleman v Doleman, concerning the limited ability of third parties to interfere with the ability of a financial administrator of an incapacitated person to control litigation for that person. Kate received a judicial commendation from Justice Lyons in Public Trustee of Qld v Mrs X, for her efforts in ensuring an impoverished woman in a Middle Eastern country received her inheritance from an Australian estate. Her work in the case was recognised in the October 2016 issue of Proctor.
Kate holds degrees in Law and Accounting from the Queensland University of Technology, was admitted as a Solicitor in 2006, and obtained a Master of Laws (Applied Law), majoring in Wills & Estates from the College of Law.
Kate is fluent in Vietnamese.
To find out how Kate and the Wills & Estate practice can help you, contact us.