I will work with you to develop a strategy that will enable you to make smart legal decisions so you feel emotionally, financially and physically safe as you work out the best way to move forward with your life.
I have a calm, kind and compassionate approach.
I am encouraging, open and honest. When people choose to work with me, I strive to help them look at what their main concerns are, as well as their priorities and goals. Looking at these things helps us to develop the right strategy, in the short-term, and for the future.
My office is located in Crafers in the Adelaide Hills. The bright, natural lighting provides a calm environment which inspires focus and clarity for those experiencing separation and divorce, including those who need help finding the best parenting arrangements for their children.
It’s incredibly rewarding to help people feel as they work through a really difficult period in their life. Often, our work together leaves people feeling empowered, calmer, in control, and less over-whelmed than they expected, as well as looking forward to creating their new normal.
I frequently feel inspired by the people I get to work with, and I can honestly say I learn something new about life and relationships every day.
Under “Divorce is Not A Scary Word“, you will find the articles I write regularly aimed to helping people feel supported, understood and able to navigate their separation, and the legal process, as much as they can and work towards a positive future.
If you’re not sure what to do next, I invite you to contact me for a confidential 20 minute telephone call here where we can talk about the best next steps you can take, or fill out the contact information below.
PS: As a parent juggling all the things, I understand how challenging it can be to fit everything in between 9-5, Monday to Friday AND, particularly this year, you want to save all your personal leave for your family – so I wanted to remind you that I provide after hours appointments – during the week, and on weekends.
If it’s more convenient for you (and let’s be honest, it probably is) we can also meet by Skype, Facetime or Zoom.
We’ll still be speaking face to face, making it easier for you to start making sense of your situation and reduce the overwhelm.