Best Child Custody Lawyers in Hobart

Best Child Custody Lawyers in Hobart
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Below is a list of the top and leading Child Custody Lawyers in Hobart. To help you find the best Child Custody Lawyers located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Hobart’s Best Child Custody Lawyers:

The top rated Child Custody Lawyers dealing with skilled representation in child custody legal matters are:

  • Cassandra Jacobs – Jacobs Family Law
  • Amelia Higgs – Dobson Mitchell Allport
  • Emma Daniels – PWB Lawyers

Jacobs Family Law

Cassandra Jacobs - Jacobs Family Law
Cassandra Jacobs – Jacobs Family Law

Cassandra Jacobs is the Principal Practitioner of Jacobs Family Law. Cassandra graduated with degrees in Law and Commerce (majoring in Accounting) in 2002. That foundation together with her specialisation over the last 14 years practicing in family law, means that Cassandra interprets the law as it applies to each individual and explains that interpretation in succinct and practical terms.

Cassandra’s interests in children and their development, coupled with a deep interest in social justice issues, continue to motivate her to make a positive contribution to the lives of those that she represents; the lives of their children and the children she directly represent.

Products/Services:

Child Custody Law, Child Support, Divorce & Family Law, Family Law Property Settlement

LOCATION:

Address2 Davey St, North Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6281 9218
Website: www.jacobsfamilylaw.com.au

REVIEWS:

“I cannot say enough good things about Cassandra Jacobs and Jacobs family law. I was in a complicated and difficult situation and had been for years. I had gone to different lawyer’s previously and got nowhere. It was a difficult situation with difficult personalities, Cassandra walked me through it step by step, she represented me very well in court several times and during a few emergencies Cassandra stepped up beyond what was expected to help me reach a fantastic outcome. Once again I cannot recommend Jacobs family law enough, and if I ever need to go back to the family courts Cassandra will be the first person I contact.” – Michael Beaumont

Dobson Mitchell Allport

Amelia Higgs - Dobson Mitchell Allport
Amelia Higgs – Dobson Mitchell Allport

Amelia Higgs is an Associate in Dobson Mitchell Allport’s family law group. Amelia is experienced in a wide range of family and relationship law matters including: Parenting disputes (including Recovery applications, and Hague Convention child abduction matters); Matrimonial and de facto property settlements; Child support; Binding Financial Agreements; and Divorce.

Products/Services:

Parenting Disputes, Child Support, Child Abduction Matters, Family Law, Binding Financial Agreements, Divorce, De Facto Property Settlements

LOCATION:

Address59 Harrington St, Hobart TAS 7001
Phone: (03) 6210 0000
Website: www.doma.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Amelia helped me get through my complicated case of child support.” – Baron M.

PWB Lawyers

Emma Daniels - PWB Lawyers
Emma Daniels – PWB Lawyers

Emma Daniels was admitted as a Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Tasmania in 1999. She commenced practice at PWB Lawyers in the same year, practising primarily in family law and civil litigation. In 2002, Emma commenced work in London, further establishing herself in children’s matters with particular emphasis in child protection.

Emma is skilled in providing advice in all areas of family law, including divorce, children’s issues, property settlement and maintenance. She can also provide advice on de facto property matters, including same sex relationships. Emma acts as both solicitor and counsel in the conduct of her files.

Products/Services:

Family Law, Children’s Issues, Child Protection, Property Settlement, Same Sex Relationships, Divorce

LOCATION:

Address25 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6235 1111
Website: www.pwb.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Just the place to go if you are in trouble and strife with your wife and billy lids.” – David Hurburgh

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