Daniel Madden started with the firm in 2010, before becoming an Associate in July 2014 and then Partner in July 2018.
Daniel practices primarily in property law including leasing and conveyancing, wills and estates including estate litigation and commercial and business law (including business transactions) and commercial litigation. He is also experienced in body corporate matters and employment law.
Before becoming a lawyer, Daniel worked in the aged care industry and developed extensive knowledge of elder law issues, including retirement village law and aged care services. He continues to be actively involved in advising local aged care service providers and residents.
Daniel attended Aquinas College on the Gold Coast before obtaining a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) from Griffith University on the Gold Coast.
“Whilst being a good lawyer means you need to have a good knowledge of the law, you also need to be focussed on practical outcomes. I sometimes like to think we all have the law in our left hand, and the practical realities of life in our right hand. Sometimes the two just don’t mix. I think to have a good lawyer is to have someone to provide you with the best advice, taking into account the law and what the best outcome for you is.”