Peter Muller

Partner – Commercial Litigation and Commercial Law, Wills and Estates

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Professional Experience

Peter served articles on the Gold Coast, being admitted as a lawyer in 1991 and is a partner of QBM. Since admission, Peter has practised extensively in commercial litigation and commercial law and estates generally with an emphasis on property law.

Peter advises and acts in a wide range of commercial transactions and litigation in respect of commercial arrangements, including partnership and corporate matters, business law, property development and construction, consumer law, employment law and other commercial undertakings. Peter supervises the property and commercial division of the firm.  a thorough understanding of commercial structures assists Peter in complex estate planning and business structuring.

Practising in the formation of vehicles in which to undertake ventures, the creation of commercial arrangements, and litigation in respect of commercial arrangements allows for proactive advice as to not only means to avoid disputes but also effective means to deal with disputes if they arise.

Peter supervises the commercial and estates divisions of the firm, and is our managing partner.  he has presented in a number of forums in various topics including contractual penalties and estate planning.

Peter looks nothing like his photograph which is now about 15 years old.  You might wonder why Peter persists with such a dreadful photograph.  Unfortunately, cameras do not lie and anything newer is not an improvement.

Qualifications and Memberships

  • Bachelor of Laws (QUT)
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland
  • Solicitor of the High Court of Australia
  • Member of the Queensland Law Society
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Specialist Law Advice

At QBM Lawyers we focus on delivering effective results to clients and have the management, support, and facilities to do so.  We understand our clients’ aims, acknowledge their challenges and opportunities and are able to listen and respond to their commercial needs.