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Siobhan Parker

Siobhan opened Mitcham Family Law in February 2020 to provide a personal and professional service to separated clients in a private setting at a sensible cost.

Achieving good outcomes for clients is a result of experience and understanding client’s needs. Siobhan has assisted hundreds of clients resolve their family law matters. She is in your corner from the beginning acting on your behalf to achieve the best results possible for you.

Siobhan understands that separation is often one of the most difficult times in a client’s life. She appreciates that you may be working, moving home and caring for children whilst trying to deal with the break down of your relationship. Having someone on your side assisting you to navigate the Family Law system can ease the pressure as you focus on moving forward with your life.

Siobhan specialises in matrimonial and defacto property settlement matters, children’s matters, spousal maintenance, child support and divorce. She is an advocate for alternative dispute resolution as an option to help clients achieve great results whilst maintaining co-operation and communication for the best interests of their children.

As a highly regarded and experienced Adelaide family lawyer Siobhan has been practicing in Family Law for over 24 years. She is the current Co-Chair of the Family Law Committee of the Law Society of South Australia.

Doyles Guide has ranked Siobhan in the categories of Leading Family Lawyer and Leading Children’s Matters Lawyer in South Australia in 2018, 2019 & 2020. Siobhan also regularly presents and chairs seminars at the Law Society of South Australia for continuing professional development in Family Law.

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Obtain Advice Early and Begin Your New Life

Separation can be one of the most difficult times in your life. Not knowing what your life might look like in the future can be daunting. Obtaining advice early can help you feel empowered about the Family Law process and optimistic about your future.