Need Help With A Family Law Matter?

We’re your team of down-to-earth, expert family lawyers servicing Melbourne, Bendigo and the Macedon Ranges. We’re here to help you feel comfortable, empowered and prepared for separation, divorce and everything in between.

Need Help With A Family Law Matter?

We’re your team of down-to-earth, expert family lawyers servicing Melbourne, Bendigo and the Macedon Ranges. We’re here to help you feel comfortable, empowered and prepared for separation, divorce and everything in between.

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You're Not Alone

We understand the overwhelming mix of emotions & questions that come with the breakdown of a relationship.

This can be an incredibly complex and stressful time, leaving you uncertain about the situation, your rights, and who to turn to. It’s natural for your mind to be clouded by a flood of questions like:

  • “What will my future look like?”
  • “Who gets what after our separation?”
  • “What am I entitled to?”
  • “What does the law say?”
  • “What’s the process here”

If these questions resonate with you, we want to assure you that you’re not alone and while it feels complex & confusing now, it doesn’t have to stay this way. 

Compassionate, Empathetic & Expert Family Lawyers

At Romer Maud Family Lawyers, we’re here to untangle the legal complexities that come with the end of a relationship and offer compassionate, empathetic & expert legal support.

With our combined 20+ years in family law and from helping a wide range of clients, we draw on a diverse range of experiences to support our clients & understand how important it is to feel seen, heard, and truly advocated by your lawyer.

Bron also acts as an Independent Children’s Lawyer and has extensive experience in parental alienation matters, requiring expert advice and support.

Bron ins the principal of O’Loan Family Law and manages a highly effective and intrepid team of likeminded legal eagles, who help to guide separating couples in reaching an amicable settlement. Known for her ability to inspire, energise and collaborate, Bron is a well-respected member of the legal community. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia and holds membership with the Law Society, the Family Law Section, the Women Lawyers Association of NSW, the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals and Parenting Coordination Australia.

Bron’s super power is that she thinks outside the box and focuses on solutions. Her coffee order is actually a peppermint tea thank you very much.

We’re equipped to help you with your family law matters, and because of our extensive litigation history, we’re uniquely placed to assist you with complex parenting matters, property matters and representing you in Court, if necessary. Advocacy and litigation skills are not common among all family law firms.

Our expert team provides timely, clear, concise advice, and our goal is to empower you with the tools and resources you need to make the right decisions, both for your family and your future.

With Romer Maud, the legal challenges are ours to tackle, leaving you to focus on healing, growth, & looking ahead.

What You Can Expect As Our Client

When you’re dealing with family law, you need more than just a legal team. You need partners who understand your situation, who genuinely care, and who can guide you with both professional expertise and personal empathy.

You'll Be Empowered With The Tools & Resources Needed To Make The Right Decision

You'll Be Seen, Heard & Truly Advocated For With Our Personalised Service

You'll Be Confident In Your Decisions & Achieve The Best Outcome Possible

Our Process

Family law can feel confusing and overwelming. We’ve broken this down to be as simple as possible. This is what the journey looks like ahead. Our simple 6-step process to resolve you matter & allow you to move forward towards a better, happier and more fulfilled life.

Step 1

Book Your Free Appointment

Embark on your journey with confidence by scheduling your complimentary 15-minute appointment today. Our doors are open, and we’re eager to listen and guide you.

Step 2

Meet Your Lawyers

Get to know the dedicated family lawyers who’ll stand by your side. In a welcoming atmosphere, we’ll discuss your unique situation, put forward your options and chart your next steps together.

Step 3

Start Your Journey

If you feel that we’re the right legal support for you, we can formally start this journey together. We’re here to support you every step of the way & sure you’re prepared for what lies ahead. 

Step 4

Reach An Agreement

Finding common ground is our priority. Through skillful negotiation and open communication, we’ll work towards resolutions that prioritize your well-being and long-term harmony

Step 5

Finalise Documents

Leave the paperwork to us. With meticulous attention to detail, we’ll handle the legal documents, ensuring accuracy and completeness, so you can focus on the next chapter.

Step 6

Step Into A Brighter Future

As you move on and step towards a better tomorrow, remember that we’re here to empower you. Our aim is to help you embrace new beginnings and forge a path to a joyful, fulfilling life.

Ready To Get Clear On Your Situation, Discover Your Options & Plan Your Next Steps?

Take advantage of our free, no-obligation 15-minute appointment with an experienced family lawyer to discuss your situation, find out what your options are & make a plan on what to do next. Click the button below to book your free appointment.

Meet Our Lawyers

Romer Maud Family Lawyers was founded by Annalise Romer and Aimee Maud, who have a combined 20+ years of experience in family law and have been involved with successfully resolving over 500+ matters. They offer a broad range of Family Law services and are uniquely capable of assisting with both complex parenting matters & representing you in the courtroom. Also, as a boutique law firm that specialises in family law, as a client, you’ll receive personalised support focused on all aspects of your post-separation life, not just the legal issues.

Aimee Maud

PARTNER

Meet Aimee, a founding partner of Romer Maud Family Lawyers and a compassionate and accomplished legal professional who has been making a positive impact in Family Law since her admission to the legal profession in 2014.

Throughout her legal career, Aimee has exclusively focused on Family Law, adeptly handling diverse matters such as divorce, property, and parenting cases…

Bron also acts as an Independent Children’s Lawyer and has extensive experience in parental alienation matters, requiring expert advice and support.

Bron ins the principal of O’Loan Family Law and manages a highly effective and intrepid team of likeminded legal eagles, who help to guide separating couples in reaching an amicable settlement. Known for her ability to inspire, energise and collaborate, Bron is a well-respected member of the legal community. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia and holds membership with the Law Society, the Family Law Section, the Women Lawyers Association of NSW, the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals and Parenting Coordination Australia.

Bron’s super power is that she thinks outside the box and focuses on solutions. Her coffee order is actually a peppermint tea thank you very much.

Aimee’s pragmatic and direct approach empowers her clients to make informed decisions at each stage of their family law matters. She understands the stress and anxiety that often accompanies such cases, and offers emotional support, not just legal solutions. Establishing honest and open solicitor-client relationships is at the core of Aimee’s practice. She believes that building trust and understanding with her clients is essential to achieve the best possible results.

Aimee is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria, the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, and is a qualified Collaborative Practice lawyer. Annalise is admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia.

Beyond her professional accomplishments, Aimee cherishes her roles as a mother, partner, daughter, and caring friend. Her love for nature and adventure has led her to embrace hiking and explore the world of trail running. Aimee is also passionate about sustainable living and actively works towards reducing her personal carbon emissions to 2 tonnes by 2050. Her interests in growing organic veggies, local food networks, and permaculture reflect her dedication to making a positive impact on the environment.

In Aimee, you’ll find not just a competent legal advocate but also a warm-hearted and environmentally-conscious individual who genuinely cares about her clients and the world around her. If you’re seeking a caring and knowledgeable lawyer to guide you through your Family Law matters, Aimee is the perfect ally to support you on your journey towards the best possible resolution.

Annalise Romer

PARTNER

Meet Annalise! A founding partner of Romer Maud Family Lawyers, with a passion for Family Law. Since 2012, she has focused exclusively on Family Law, with a special interest in complex parenting matters.

As a solicitor advocate, Annalise represents her clients in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia with care and dedication. What truly sets Annalise apart is her down-to-earth approach and empathetic nature. She believes in building trusting relationships with her clients, understanding…

Bron also acts as an Independent Children’s Lawyer and has extensive experience in parental alienation matters, requiring expert advice and support.

Bron ins the principal of O’Loan Family Law and manages a highly effective and intrepid team of likeminded legal eagles, who help to guide separating couples in reaching an amicable settlement. Known for her ability to inspire, energise and collaborate, Bron is a well-respected member of the legal community. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia and holds membership with the Law Society, the Family Law Section, the Women Lawyers Association of NSW, the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals and Parenting Coordination Australia.

Bron’s super power is that she thinks outside the box and focuses on solutions. Her coffee order is actually a peppermint tea thank you very much.

…the emotional intricacies of their Family Law cases, and supporting them throughout the process. For Annalise, it’s not just about winning cases but making a positive difference in the lives of her clients.

Beyond her legal work, Annalise is a mother, and cherishes her passions for exercise, animal welfare, deserts, reading, travel, and the occasional trashy tv show! These personal interests not only enrich her life but also allow her to connect with clients who share similar values and experiences.

Annalise is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria, the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, and is a qualified Collaborative Practice lawyer. Annalise is admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia.

With Annalise, you’ll find not just an experienced lawyer but also a warm-hearted advocate who truly cares about your family’s well-being. If you’re seeking a friendly and caring lawyer for your Family Law needs, Annalise is here to guide you with genuine support and understanding. Trust her to help you navigate the path to the best possible outcome with a warmth, honesty and skill.

What We Can Help You With

It isn’t always easy to know what a family lawyer can actually do for you, so as a way to help you get the key info you need to take the first step in your family law journey, we thought it was important to give you a simple rundown of the family law services we offer at Romer Maud Family Lawyers & what we can help you with. 

Navigating family law challenges can be overwhelming. Our experienced team is here to guide you through every step of the process. Whether it’s separation, divorce, property settlements, parenting disputes, we understand the emotional strain involved. Let us help you find the best solutions for your family’s future. We are expert family lawyers – it’s what we do. We can help with all aspects of family law. 

Remember, you’re not alone in these challenges. Our dedicated team is here to provide the guidance and expertise you need to navigate through these intricate family law matters.

Going through a separation is never easy. What many people don’t realise is the actions they take in the early days of separation, or shortly before separation, can impact them long-term.

We’re here to provide legal support and expert advice to help you make informed decisions during this time of transition. We’ll work to ensure your rights are protected and help you move forward. We can also provide pre-separation advice, to help keep you on the front foot.

When it comes to your children, their well-being is paramount. Our team can assist in crafting child custody arrangements that prioritise their needs while addressing your concerns. Let us help you create a stable and nurturing environment for them.

Financial concerns often arise during and after separation. Spousal maintenance is separate to child support. You may be entitled to spousal maintenance in addition to child support, or you might have a liability to pay maintenance to your ex-spouse. This is usually a temporary payment. We’re here to help you understand your entitlements and obligations when it comes to spousal maintenance. Our goal is to ensure your financial stability during this period of change.

Seeking a more amicable approach? Our collaborative law services encourage open dialogue and cooperation, and collaborating with a team of professionals, such as financial planners, counsellors and child experts. Together, we can find mutually beneficial solutions that prioritise the interests of all parties and children involved. The collaborative process allows you to be creative with your goal setting from this process and focuses on more than just ‘the legal rules’. It is wonderful for fostering long-lasting coparenting relationships beyond separation.

Resolving disputes outside of court is possible through mediation. Our lawyers can attend mediation with you, facilitate productive conversations, and promote understanding and agreement. The agreement reached at mediation can be formalised into a binding legal agreement or consent orders. Let us help you find common ground and reach resolutions efficiently.

If you’re facing family violence, know that you’re not alone. Our team is dedicated to providing a safe and supportive environment. We’ll assist you in obtaining the necessary protection and legal measures to ensure your safety.

When a marriage ends, the legal process can seem daunting. Our experts streamline the divorce proceedings, guiding you through paperwork and legal requirements. You can rely on us to make the process as smooth as possible. Remember, divorce is just a dissolution of the marriage, but you still need to ensure you have legal agreements in place for property and parenting matters. There are also important timelines to pay attention to in relation to property settlements, once a divorce is in progress.

Fairly dividing assets and property requires careful consideration. Our experienced team can help negotiate property settlements that address your individual circumstances and secure your financial future. We offer a range of legal solutions including the two most common solutions of consent orders and binding financial agreements (sometimes referred to as a “postnuptial”). 

Under the Family Law Act, property settlement includes so much more than the family home. There are often bank accounts, superannuation, shares, cars and other assets to include. There are also liabilities including mortgages, credit cards and other loans. Assets and liabilities need to be divided and the settlement legally documented.

The financial and non-financial contributions of both parties to the relationship are considered during the Family Law property settlement process, as is the parties’ future earning capacity and care of any children.

Ensuring your children’s needs are met is essential. We’ll help you navigate the complexities of child support, ensuring a fair arrangement that supports your children’s growth and well-being. This is complex area of law, and it’s important to receive proper advice.

Putting your children’s best interests first is our top priority. We assist in creating parenting arrangements that foster stability and positive relationships, even in the midst of change. Parenting arrangements can include decisions about living arrangements for children, where the children will attend school, who will make the final decision on education, health and extra-curriculars, and how children will communicate with the other parent when apart.

Streamline agreements with legally binding consent orders. Our team can help formalise arrangements regarding property, finances, and children, providing a clear framework for the future. This can involve us negotiating the agreement for you, attending mediation, or drafting an agreement you’ve already reached into a legally binding document, such as consent orders.

If legal proceedings become necessary, our seasoned experts will guide you through the family court process. We’ll advocate for your rights and work towards resolutions that align with your family’s needs. We have particular expertise in this area, having appeared in the family courts on behalf of our clients in hundreds of complex parenting and property matters. We pride ourselves on our solicitor advocacy.

Since 1 March 2009, de facto couples (including LGBTIQA+ couples) now have the same entitlements as married couples with respect to property settlement, superannuation splitting and spousal maintenance

Sometimes, there are sometimes intricacies involved in determining whether your relationship was in fact a de-facto relationship, or something less formal. 

Unravelling legal complexities in de facto relationships is our expertise. We’ll help you understand your rights and responsibilities, ensuring a smooth transition during separation.

Why Work With Us

20+ Years Of Family Law Experience

500+ Successfully Resolved Matters

Full Suite Of Family Law Services

Expert Family Law Advice & Guidance

Personalised & Empathetic Legal Service

Timely, Accurate & Kind Updates

Strong Negotiation & Advocacy Skills

Experience With Complex Parenting Matters

Free, No Obligation, 45 Minute Appointment

We're Specialists In This Area Of Law

Extensive Courtroom Experience

Many Positive Client Testimonials

Multiple Methods Of Contact

Open & Supportive Environment

Focused On You, Not Just The Legal Matters

Personalised Service Flexible To Your Needs

Are We The Right Family Lawyers For You?

We’re not the best fit for everyone or every situation, and that’s ok.

We're A Fit For You If...

You're Seeking An Amicable Resolution

If your goal is to explore every avenue to achieve an amicable outcome and to feel a sense of pride in your conduct during challenging circumstances, we are here to provide the support you need. At Romer Maud Family Lawyers, we wholeheartedly believe in fostering a compassionate approach to family law matters, guiding you towards resolutions that prioritize understanding, cooperation, and a positive impact on all involved parties.

You're After A Personalised Approach

A one-size-fits-all approach does not do justice to the complexities of family law cases. We are dedicated to providing a tailored approach for every client, recognizing that each individual and family has distinct circumstances, wants, and needs. Our commitment to understanding you on a personal level sets us apart and ensures that we can navigate your legal matters in the most effective and sensitive manner possible.

You're Want More Than Just The "Legals"

You want more than just legal support: real people, real compassion – we support you through the emotional aspects of your separation, not just the legals. We can help you link in with specialised services, or simply be an ear to listen.

You'd Like Flexible Appointment Options

With a range of online alternatives, such as phone consultations and Zoom meetings, we make it easier for you to attend appointments from the comfort of your home or any preferred location.

Maybe We're Not For You If...

You're Unwilling To Compromise

If you are unwilling to compromise, and would prefer to prioritise an all-out legal battle rather than being solution-focused, our approach may not fully meet your needs.

You're Determined To Fight & Litigate

Although we offer litigation services, we treat this as a last resort option. Our firm places a stronger emphasis on amicable resolution. If you prefer a more combative and aggressive approach to your family law matters, we might not align with your preferences.

You're Feeling You Must "Win At All Costs"

If you prioritize a win-at-all-costs approach, aiming to achieve victory at any expense, our focus on amicable resolution and collaborative solutions may not align with your preferred legal strategy. Our firm values the well-being and long-term interests of all parties involved, and we believe in seeking mutually beneficial outcomes through cooperation rather than adversarial tactics.

You're Unwilling To Receive Our Advice

We’re not ‘yes-men’ (or women!). Our approach is centered around collaboration and understanding, and we encourage open dialogue to ensure you are well-informed and can make decisions that are in the best interest of your family's future. If you want a legal team who will just ‘rubber-stamp’ your ideas, rather than offering honest, expert guidance, even when it may be difficult to hear, we might not be the best fit for you.

Book Your Free 15-Minute Appointment

Take advantage of our free, no-obligation 15-minute appointment with an experienced family lawyer to discuss your situation, find out what your options & make a plan on what to do next. Book your free appointment using one of the methods below: 

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Common Questions

Family Law can be complex and confusing. Here are the most common questions we get asked as Family Lawyers. Don’t see your question below? You can ask us directly by booking your free appointment.

Get advice early! Whether it’s high conflict or amicable, separation is an emotionally challenging and stressful time. The decisions and actions you take in the period immediately before and after separation can have long-term consequences for your property and parenting matters. It can be difficult to navigate alone, and to know which way to turn. Whether you are in a married or de facto relationship that has broken down, or if you are considering separation, knowing what steps you should take can put your mind at ease and give you direction.

This depends. Family Court can be expensive, stressful and sometimes disempowering – a Judge will make decisions for you and your family. We firmly believe that it is best to keep decision making about your parenting and property matters in your hands, whenever possible.

We can work with you in many ways to keep you out of court and help you and your ex to reach agreement, including through negotiations, mediation and collaborative practice. However, in some cases, Family Court might be necessary.

Some of the common instances when Court becomes necessary are where negotiations have broken down and no agreement can be reached, when one of the parties is hiding assets or refusing to progress negotiations, or where your matter involves risk to children, and complex parenting concerns such as substance misuse, mental health issues or child abuse.

If you’ve been served with Court documents, you must attend Court on the hearing date. See the answer to our next question!

Take some deep breaths, make yourself a cup of tea, and book an appointment with one of our expert family lawyers. If you’ve received legal documents, we can help you understand your obligations, prepare your responding documents, and appear on your behalf at Court.

Once Court proceeding shave commenced, there can be strict timelines and procedural obligations that you must comply with. Furthermore, responding to a Court application is a complex process and it can take time to do it well. Evidence may need to be gathered to support your case. It’s best to speak to a lawyer straight away, to ensure you are properly prepared for your first Court hearing.

It’s also worth noting that if your matter is in Court, it’s not likely that everything will be resolved on the first court hearing date (though sometimes it is!). In our experience, litigation takes anywhere between 6 months on the shorter end of the spectrum, and can be ongoing for more than two years on the longer end of the spectrum. You can expect to attend several different court hearings throughout the course of your litigation. Mediation can also play a role. The good news is that only 3% of matters end up in litigation, and even fewer than that result in a trial or final hearing – most matters resolve by agreement at an interim stage of litigation, or by negotiation during the litigation process.

Yes, definitely. It’s important to finalise all financial ties with your ex-partner as soon as possible, to avoid making any claims against any new assets you might obtain later down the track, or with a new partner. Until you’re legally financially separated, you risk your ex-partner making a claim against you in the future, and you can’t move on with confidence.

There are also strict timelines for property settlements – you must bring an application for property settlement within 12 months of a divorce, or within 24 months of a de-facto relationship ending. If you miss these deadlines, this can jeopardize your rights to a property settlement, and make it a much for difficult and expensive process. Get advice early to learn where you stand.

It’s very likely that if you were in a relationship where you were a primary homemaker or primary carer for children, and your partner was the primary income earner, that you will still be entitled to share in the family home. Generally speaking, financial contributions to the relationship (such as those made by a primary income earner), and non-financial contributions such as caring for children, are considered to have equal value when we’re talking about property settlement. It’s possible that you’ll be able to keep the house, or at least stay in the house in the interim to keep stability for the children. We can talk to you about different ways of achieving this, such as through a property settlement or spousal maintenance claim. We recommend you get advice early to ensure your interest in the home can be protected while you negotiate a settlement, particularly if you’re not listed on title (eg: to avoid your ex selling the house without telling you!)

If you’ve been in a long relationship with your ex-partner, and most of the superannuation you’ve accumulated during the relationship, then usually your superannuation will be ‘equalised’ – meaning you both walk away with the same amount of superannuation each.

However, this isn’t always the case. Some separating couples may decide to leave their super alone, but take the value of their superannuation accounts into consideration when determining an equitable property settlement.

Superannuation interests can be divided between partners by agreement or by a court order when a relationship breaks down. This includes marriage and de facto relationships. The most common way of doing this is a superannuation splitting order.

The law relating to dividing superannuation is complex and can be affected by a range of factors, such as what kind of superannuation interest you have (defined benefit versus accumulation) and whether your superannuation is in the payment phase or not.

It can be so frustrating and upsetting when you’re being solutions focussed, and trying to reach a fair and equitable agreement, but you’re hitting road-blocks with your ex. Sometimes this behaviour is deliberate, and sometimes your ex might be feeling overwhelmed. More often than not, both parties just have a very different idea of what is just and fair, and what they want from their future – which is often part of the reason they broke up in the first place! Regardless of the reason, it can be distressing and frustrating. We can provide legal strategies to keep matters progressing and to reach agreement, and we can provide emotional support and genuine empathy for the unique challenges of your situation. If necessary, and if you request it, we can provide referrals to support services and courses who can help you navigate the complex emotional landscape of separation, and even teach you skills about conflict minimisation and productive communication with your ex!

There is a wide range of costs in family law matters, because the complexity and number of issues vary widely from case to case. Simple, amicable matters can be dealt with quickly and efficiently, keeping costs low – particularly if you and your ex have already agreed and just need a lawyer to draft up the legal documents. Complex matters with high conflict and drawn-out negotiations, requiring significant advice on complex issues of law, and matters that involve litigation, can range significantly in cost depending on your particular matter. At Romer Maud Family Lawyers, we will discuss costs with you in depth at the start of your matter, and as your matter progresses. We want costs to be an open and ongoing conversation. If you have concerns about costs, there are a number of fantastic legal funding options which you might be eligible for, particularly if your matter involves a property settlement. You can find out about these services here, and if you decide to work with us, and you want to pursue legal funding, we can help you with the application process and provide the lender with the required case assessment information. https://www.plenti.com.au/legal-finance/ https://www.justfund.com.au/

This depends on your particular goals and circumstances. We tailor a strategy to your specific values, goals and circumstances.

Some of the most common options are:

  • Kitchen Table Discussions: Where you and your ex reach an agreement between yourselves, and have a lawyer draft the agreement for you in a legally binding way and in compliance with the law.
  • Lawyer-assisted Negotiations: Where a lawyer will negotiate and advocate on your behalf to reach an agreement with your ex-partner, in relation to the issues in dispute.
  • Mediation: Where both parties attend a mediation, with or without lawyers, to discuss the issues in dispute and reach an agreement. A lawyer can help draft up the resulting agreement, either on the day of mediation or afterwards.
  • Collaborative Law: Where your lawyers, along with a team of collaborative professionals such as financial planners, psychologists and family consultants, work together with you to reach an agreement that meets the specific needs of your family, in an amicable manner, to support your specific goals and facilitate joint decision making and strength building.
  • Litigation: Where you and your ex commence legal proceedings in Court, and have a Judge make orders about your family law matters.

Legally speaking, you’ll achieve a sound and binding legal outcome, and will receive settlement documents either in the form of Court Orders or a Binding Financial Agreement. The settlement documents set out the terms of the legal agreement reached.

But more than just the legal stuff, at Romer Maud Family Lawyers, we’re focussed on helping you achieve certainty and confidence in your future post-separation. We want you to feel clear, empowered, and ready for your fresh start at the end of this process.

Check out the client journey at Romer Maud Family Lawyers.

Areas We Serve

We service Melbourne, Bendigo & Macedon Range areas. We operate mostly online but have two offices – one in Bendigo and the other in the Melbourne CBD. For our first appointment, we can do this either over the phone or via. video chat (Zoom or MS Teams) – whatever is most comfortable for you.  

Bron also acts as an Independent Children’s Lawyer and has extensive experience in parental alienation matters, requiring expert advice and support.

Bron ins the principal of O’Loan Family Law and manages a highly effective and intrepid team of likeminded legal eagles, who help to guide separating couples in reaching an amicable settlement. Known for her ability to inspire, energise and collaborate, Bron is a well-respected member of the legal community. She is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and the High Court of Australia and holds membership with the Law Society, the Family Law Section, the Women Lawyers Association of NSW, the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals and Parenting Coordination Australia.

Bron’s super power is that she thinks outside the box and focuses on solutions. Her coffee order is actually a peppermint tea thank you very much.

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