Tim Daley is an accomplished commercial and family lawyer who brings extensive senior management experience and a high level of commercial acumen to his role as Director of Colin Daley Quinn.
Along with his team, Tim provides advice and representation to a host of clients on complex commercial issues including share and business sale agreements, licensing agreements, commercial contracts and corporate governance issues. He works closely with businesses of all sizes including small to medium family owned and operated organisations through to large privately owned entities providing in depth knowledge and advice.
Tim also advises clients in Estate Administration and Planning including how to minimise the risk of having your Will challenged, the potential impact of family law issues on asset protection, the various taxation implications of Estate Planning and the benefits of Testamentary Trusts.
In addition to Commercial Law and Wills & Estate Planning, Tim leads the CDQ Family Law team using his extensive commercial experience and business acumen to quickly identify the issues at hand. His experience in family law includes dealing with financial issues, property settlements, superannuation splitting, parenting arrangements, child support matters and de facto relationships.
Through Tim's extensive knowledge and experience, many clients are able to settle and resolve their matter outside the Court system.
The local community is important to Tim and this is shown by his active role with the Kogarah Lions Club, St George Hospital charity barbeques (currently suspended whilst major constructions works are carried out) and his position on the board at the St George & Sutherland Medical Research Foundation. Tim is also an honorary member of the North Bondi Surf Club.
Tim takes pride in the fact that he is accessible and responsive to his clients' needs as well as being able to provide advice in plain English without the jargon. His reputation and integrity is well recognised within the St George area as well as greater Sydney.