Jasmine Dominic

Jasmine Dominic


  • Bachelor of Law (Hons) – Southern Cross University
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice – Queensland University of Technology
  • Admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland
  • Member of Queensland Law Society and Lawyers Beyond Borders
  • Qualified as a Theta Healing Practitioner


Commencing her working life as an “office junior” and quickly working her way up to the position of paralegal and then qualifying as a lawyer, Jasmine has 14 years’ experience working in legal offices. From 2000 to 2008 Jasmine worked in various law firms, of all sizes, in Brisbane until moving overseas to live and study in Switzerland for two years. Jasmine completed her law degree in Switzerland and upon her return to Australia completed her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, whilst working on a contract basis for various Brisbane law firms. Jasmine now heads up the Queensland Office of Suffolk Law and has done so since December 2013.

Jasmine’s motto is “Just call Jazz”, as she considers no matter too big or too small, easy or difficult, when it comes to servicing her clients!

Areas of Expertise:

Commercial and Corporate Law

• All aspects of franchising
• Commercial leasing – including acting for landlords and tenants in retail shop leasing and a major telecommunications infrastructure rollout project
• Business sales and purchases
• Insolvency proceedings
• Company and Incorporated Association Set Up

Family Law

• Guardianship Matters
• Divorce Applications
• Child Custody Agreements
• Acting for the Respondent in Domestic Violence Matters

Criminal Law

• Drink Driving Matters
• Driving whilst SPER Suspended
• Restricted Work Licences
• Special Hardship Licences
• Domestic Violence Orders

Estate administration

• Preparation of wills including estate planning for clients with commercial interests
• Preparation of Enduring Powers of Attorney, Advance Health Directives and Superannuation Managed Funds
• Administration of deceased estates, ranging from low to high in value


• QCAT Applications for minor civil disputes
• Claims for damages for breach of contract in the Magistrates and Supreme Court