Courtney Mobbs

Courtney is a Lawyer in our Estate Planning Team.


My name is Courtney Mobbs. I have lived in Toowoomba for most of my life and love Toowoomba and the opportunities it has to offer.

Outside of work, I love spending time with my family and friends and enjoy Pilates for some ‘me’ time.

After completing my schooling at St Ursula’s College I attended the University of Southern Queensland and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Laws. I was admitted as a Lawyer to the Supreme Court of Queensland in May 2017. Since that time I have practiced exclusively in structuring and estate planning.

I love my job and I love that every day brings a different challenge. I have a strong interest in estate planning and in particular in testamentary trust wills, issues involving attorneys, administrators and guardians. I am passionate about providing clients with a high level of customer service as well as tailored and effective solutions for their individual needs.

Practice Areas

  • Estate planning

Qualifications & Reputation

  • Professional Qualifications
    • Bachelor of Laws
    • Graduate Diploma in Practical Legal Training
  • Associations
    • Member, Queensland Law Society
    • Member, Downs and South Western Queensland Law Association
    • Member, Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce Future Leaders


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Contact Information

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