Bruce Dulley, Principal
Bruce Dulley was admitted as a Legal Practitioner on 10 April 1973 and commenced his own practice in Brisbane the same day, having gained experience at Feez Ruthning and McCullough & Robertson. To this day he continues as the Principal of this firm.
He initially practiced General Law but became more involved in Family Law, firstly under the Matrimonial Causes Act, then from 1975 under the Family Law Act. Bruce has now been practicing exclusively in Family Law for more than 35 years, as well as having developed a large Town Agency practice which he particularly enjoys.
In addition to dealing with the standard day to day matters, Bruce has successfully conducted complex parenting and property settlement issues. One of Bruce’s own children is autistic, giving him a strong personal understanding of the family dynamics for special needs children.
Bruce's daughter Yasmin is also a solicitor and has been with the firm since 2005. Practicing exclusively in Family Law, his team of solicitors listen to and work closely with clients to guide them through their separation with compassion, respect and cost effectiveness.
Bruce provides advice and representation in relation to:
- Property Settlement (for both married and de facto relationships)
- Spousal Maintenance
- Financial Agreements
- Care Arrangements for Children
- Child Support
- Adult Child Maintenance
- Domestic Violence
- Parenting Orders
- Same Sex Relationships
Personally, outside work, Bruce enjoys a busy family life. His hobbies include fishing and boating, the beach and surfing, travel within Australia and Asia, reading, and the company of his friends. Bruce was the spirit champion at Churchie and Queensland School Boys and went on to be Fresher and Open Sprint Champion at the University of Queensland.
Professional Legal Qualifications
- Solicitor of High Court of Australia
- Solicitor of Supreme Court of Queensland
- Queensland Family Law Practitioners Association
- Queensland Law Society
- Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia