Emily’s dedicated attitude ensures she takes the time to understand the complexities which underpin her clients’ circumstances, and thereafter applies her legal training and professional experience to develop a strategic approach which will achieve desirable outcomes for her clients.
A disciplined and organised practitioner. Emily has experience across all areas of family law, including:
→ Property settlements for married and de facto couples
→ Spousal maintenance
→ Child support matters
→ Parenting disputes, including relocation, alienation and “risk matters”
→ Domestic violence matters, representing both victims of domestic violence and alleged perpetrators of domestic violence
→ Financial agreements, including prenuptial agreements (“prenups”)
→ Jurisdictional issues
Emily’s calm and compassionate nature assists her in guiding her clients through the turmoil which often accompanies relationship breakdowns.
With a strong desire to continuously build upon her legal knowledge and give back to the wider community, Emily regularly volunteers at Women’s Legal Service, and is a registered and active member of the Family Law Practitioners Association, Family Law Section and the Queensland Law Society.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the Queensland University of Technology, and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law.