Meet the team.
The Friendly Faces of PGG Legal
PGG Legal is a small firm specialising in taxation advisory, trust law, estate planning and wills, probate and commercial law. Meet the people who make up our hard-working team.
Peter was admitted as a solicitor in 1981 and holds qualifications in law and a Masters degree in taxation conferred by the University of NSW. He also holds the international designation of Chartered Taxation Advisor. He has served on the taxation and GST sub-committees of the Law Society of NSW, has presented at numerous conferences and seminars, has published with Lexis Nexis in estate planning and assisted the College of Law in writing subject material for its masters degree in estate planning.
Peter practises in taxation advisory, estate planning and wills, probate and commercial law. He serves a wide range of clients, including public companies and associations, other law firms, accountancy and financial planning firms, small to medium sized enterprises and individuals.
Amanda is the chief property lawyer in the firm, holds degrees in arts and law conferred by Macquarie University and was admitted as a solicitor in 1987. Her thirty years experience has seen her assist clients in complex property transactions, including complex purchases by self managed superannuation funds under limited recourse borrowing arrangements, domestic and commercial sales and purchases, litigation in relation to conveyancing disputes, commercial leasing, estate planning, will drafting and probate applications and complex estate administration. Her wealth of experience is complemented by her pragmatic and confident style in complex negotiations leaving her clients confident they are in safe hands.
Joshua has a Juris Doctor from Macquarie University and graduated from the College of Law in 2020. He has been with PGG Legal since 2018 and works closely with Peter in the practice of trust law and taxation advisory. Prior to undertaking the Juris Doctor, Joshua completed a Bachelor of International Studies from the University of New South Wales.
Carolyn attained her Chartered Accountant qualification (CA ANZ) in the audit division of KPMG after completing a Bachelor of Business degree at UTS, then spent several years in Treasury Accounting and Treasury Project roles in the mining sector in both NSW and South Australia. Whilst raising a family, Carolyn engaged in various voluntary roles, followed most recently by five years working at a Sydney private school in both accounting and administration positions. Now Carolyn is bringing her experience, enthusiasm, attention to detail and personal warmth to her role as Practice Manager at PGG Legal.