Our People

Anthea McIntyre 

Legal Practitioner Director
BA, LLB (Hons I), Masters of Applied Law (Wills & Estates), TEP 

Anthea leads the firm. Anthea’s expertise includes estate planning, providing advice in relation to contested estates, estate litigation, probate and estate administration.

Anthea has been practising as a Solicitor for over 18 years, and is admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, the Federal Court of Australia and the High Court of Australia. Anthea holds a Bachelor of Laws degree with First Class Honours, a Masters of Applied Law specialising in Wills & Estates and a Bachelor of Arts degree (majoring in Psychology). Anthea was awarded 1st place in her Masters in Wills & Estates and received the Prize for Best Graduating Student.

In 2019, Anthea was listed in the Doyle’s Guide for Leading Wills, Estates & Succession Planning Lawyers in NSW.

In 2020, Anthea was listed in the Doyle’s Guide for Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyers in NSW.

Anthea is a member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and has sat on The Law Society of New South Wales’ Elder Law, Capacity & Succession Committee since January 2018. 

In 2014, Anthea established “Lawyer Mums Australia”, a Facebook support group of more than 3,200 lawyers including judges, magistrates, barristers, solicitors and in-house counsel throughout Australia. Anthea is the owner of this group which provides support to women in the legal profession. 

Jessica Woodhouse

BA, LLB (Hons I)

Jessica is a solicitor specialising in contested estates, estate litigation, probate and estate administration. 

Jessica graduated from the University of New South Wales with a combined Bachelor of Laws (with First Class Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Criminology). Whilst at university, she was named on the UNSW Law Dean’s List of Excellence in Academic Performance for achieving 1st place in Succession Law.

In her spare time, Jessica enjoys reading, attending the theatre, playing softball, and eating chocolate biscuits.

Jessica is a member of The Law Society of New South Wales.

Nina Hirshman 

Law Graduate
B Comm, LLB (Hons II)

Nina specialises in estate planning, probate and estate administration. 

Nina holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in accounting) from the Australian National University. She is currently undertaking her Practical Legal Training and expects to be admitted as a solicitor in July 2020.

In her spare time, Nina enjoys the beach, movies and camping and assisting with bush regeneration.


Happiness Officer

Harvey’s knowledge of the law is equivalent to that of the fictional TV character Harvey Specter who he is named after. Harvey’s role at McIntyre Legal is to ‘spark joy’. He accepts payment in tummy rubs.

Sydney CBD Office

Suite 512, Level 5,
165-167 Phillip Street,

Mosman Office

124 Avenue Road,

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