Kirstie is an impressive lawyer with a career specialising in family law since 2002. Kirstie first practiced law in South Australia before moving to Queensland in 2004. In 2009 she gained Specialist Accreditation in Family Law with the Queensland Law Society and is admitted to practise in the Supreme Courts of South Australia, Queensland and the High Court of Australia.
Kirstie is able to confidently assist clients with all aspects of family and de facto law with particular expertise in international child abduction law, international and domestic child relocation law and negotiating complex property settlements involving multiple parties and world wide assets.
Kirstie is also a passionate advocate in the area of Domestic Violence and has published multiple articles in relation to this issue and in respect of various other issues including domestic and international spousal maintenance, changing a child’s name and property settlements involving trust structures.
Always considerate, Kirstie is a dedicated lawyer who approaches every matter with a professional and positive manner. She prides herself on working closely with clients to gain a solid understanding of each client’s individual needs, thereby being able to offer a bespoke approach to each matter.
Kirstie is dedicated to conducting all matters with the highest standards of integrity and is committed to ensuring an access to justice for all. In this regard, Kirstie has been a volunteer at Women’s Legal Service in Brisbane for over 10 years and was formerly a volunteer at the Roma Mitchell Community Legal Centre in Adelaide.
Dr Seuss on Separation & ADR
14 Sep 2017
White Ribbon Breakfast 2016
22 Nov 2016
Orders have issued… what happens when it all goes wrong?
10 Nov 2016
Palaszczuk Government stays strong in the Vanguard against Domestic Violence
01 Jul 2016