Family and Defacto Relationship Law
Wills & Estates
Cogill Woods Legal Services is located in Noosa on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Our premises are situated at 22 Mary Street, Noosaville, near the beautiful Noosa River and close to Noosa Heads and Tewantin. We have convenient onsite parking and nearby free street parking, making our offices easy to access.
We provide quality legal services to our clients, whether they are locals or come from further afield. We regularly act for people interstate who are relocating. We have close links to our local community, and with several towns in the district, including Cooroy, Eumundi, Pomona and Yandina.
Cogill Woods Legal Services is proud of its personal and professional service, and client-driven culture. Our efficient and friendly support staff are always keen to assist clients. Our small, but focused firm has the means to provide expert advice and representation in the areas of law shown on this website. If you are unsure whether your query falls within our practice areas, please contact us. We will tell you whether we can assist. If we can’t, we will recommend someone who can.
Our highly skilled and very experienced lawyers take time to listen to our clients’ issues and desired outcomes. We offer clear, tailored and solution-driven advice to help our clients with their legal matters.
Damien Cogill has been working in the Noosa area since 1996, having worked in Pomona and Cooroy before establishing himself in Noosaville in 2008. He practises in the areas of Property law (including residential and commercial conveyancing, retail and commercial leasing), Commercial law, Wills and Estates. Damien has strong ties to the local community through involvement in sport, supporting local sporting clubs as well as other community-based organisations.Meet Damien
Lindsay Woods graduated with a Bachelor of Laws in 1986 and was admitted as a solicitor in 1987. He is a Queensland Law Society Accredited Specialist in Family Law, having successfully completed the accreditation process in 1997. In that same year he became a Queensland Law Society approved mediator, a role he performed for some eleven years.Meet Lindsay