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Jacinda Hansen is an experienced family lawyer who works within the firm’s Perth fixed fee family law team. She couples a focus on the ‘bigger picture’ outcome for her clients with a strong attention to detail to achieve positive outcomes.
Family law matters can be lengthy and confusing, especially for clients experiencing a difficult time in their lives. Jacinda eases the strain on her clients by providing efficient, timely advice to clients to guide them through. She knows how important it is to communicate clearly and frequently with clients to ensure they are comfortable with the legal process and understand their options.
Jacinda strives to help clients understand the impact their smaller decisions throughout their matter will impact upon the ‘bigger picture’ and their final outcome.
Her organisational strengths allow her to prepare for, and anticipate, most eventualities during a family law matter, so she can resolve issues which may arise, promptly and without delay.
Jacinda’s family law team offers a fixed fee service allowing clients to plan for, and be in control of, their legal costs. By providing cost certainty every step of the way, it helps give the team’s clients peace of mind and provides reassurance.
Jacinda provides strong advice and insight to her clients, with a consistent focus on delivering satisfactory resolutions in as fast and as cost-effective a timeframe as possible.
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- Bachelor of Law
- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
MY AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Matrimonial and De Facto Relationships
- Property Matters (including Family Trusts, Self Managed Superannuation Funds and Proprietary Limited Companies)
- Spousal maintenance
- Child Support
- Children’s Matters (including international relocations)
Media & Blog Posts
We outline some of the key questions we frequently get asked from people considering, or involved in, getting a divorce.Read more
In Western Australia if you have been in a committed relationship for two years or more there is a possibility (but no more) that your partner may take you to the Family Court of Western Australia and ask that Court to make an order about property that you or they or both of you own. If you live together the chances are...Read more