If there is one thing that sets The Legal Elements apart, it's that we really take an interest in our client's backgrounds and life situations. The reason for this is because, we too come from varied backgrounds and experiences. Whether you need advice on mortgage lending, family matters (or fixing a diesel engine) we can provide you with knowledgeable help.
Our staff are dedicated to looking after your interests and building a long term relationship with you, often going the extra mile to ensure your satisfaction.
Brendon shows a great dedication to client service and development of continuing relationships, and is also a Nationally Accredited Mediator. Brendon Foyle came to law in 2007, after gaining a great deal of experience in other fields. This has given him an invaluable understanding of people form all walks of life. Towards the completion of his law degree Brendon started with a boutique commercial Brisbane legal team in 2007. After completing a post-graduate diploma with The College of Law (Qld), Brendon was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland and High Court of Australia as a Solicitor in 2008. Brendon has also gained admission to the Supreme Court of South Australia in 2013. In recent years, since late 2015, Brendon was diagnosed with cancer. He has meet it head on and considered a veteran by medical staff following positive ongoing treatment that has turned the odds around. Brendon has been able to continue work and enjoy weekends with his hobbies. “Doctors and Nurses call me special, different or unique: I have been called versions of that my whole life” - Brendon.
Through this time, Kylie built great relationships with many banks, brokers and various law firms. Kylie Hrstich started her legal career at the age of 16 by completing a legal traineeship whilst attending High School. Kylie started full time employment as a legal secretary with the same law firm she completed her legal traineeship with. The law firm was a small suburban practice that did a wide range of legal work. She then went on to complete a Legal Administration course at TAFE and also to become a Justice of the Peace (Qualified). In early September 2014 Kylie was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia and is now a practicing Solicitor. Kylie is a member of the Queensland Law Society and the Queensland Association of Collaborative Practitioners.