About Briese Lawyers

Established in February 2007, Briese Lawyers is a dynamic firm based in Toowoomba offering a wealth of legal experience to its valued clients.

We pride ourselves on a "can do" approach that gets results, but in the process, we are determined to provide understanding, support and advice that is appropriate to your matter.

Our unique team of people have been carefully chosen to ensure the highest quality of legal service, professionalism and client care which is based on a value system of ethics, integrity and camaraderie with each other and our clients – we are in this together.


Kym Briese

kymAs the Principal of Briese Lawyers, Kym focuses on assisting clients with personal legal issues in such areas as Family Law, Personal and Business Estate Planning and Estate Administration.

Having started her legal career in 1990, Kym’s extensive experience and intricate knowledge of legal processes allows her to offer advice that is realistic, practical and solution focused. 

Kym’s passion for people and healthy relationships sees her adopt a holistic approach with clients. Kym’s goal is to empower clients to choose the best processes and outcomes to resolve the issues they face, whilst minimising cost and delays.

Kym holds a Bachelor of Laws from QUT, a Certificate of Mediation and Collaborative Law Training, a Diploma in Child Psychology, a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Studies (Family and Relationship Counselling), and is a Licensed Relationship Coach with RCI. 

Kym is a Solicitor of the Supreme Court in Queensland and Solicitor of the High Court, in Australia.


  • Past President of the Downs and South West Queensland Law Association
  • A member of the Queensland Law Society
  • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
  • Australian Institute of Family Lawyers and Mediators
  • Relationship Coaching Institute
  • Family Law Section, Law Council of Australia
  • Darling Downs Women in Business
  • Business Networking International

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