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In the aftermath of a separation emotions can run high as many aspects of one’s life are in transition. It is in situations like this that you need a lawyer with empathy, excellent communication and attention to detail. Rebecca Zanol is one such lawyer.
In dealing with clients Rebecca strives to find a balance between offering support in tough times while also delivering pragmatic advice that will result in the best possible outcomes. She takes the time to listen to her clients’ instructions then, armed with the necessary information, helps guide them through the separation process in as timely and smooth a manner as possible. She relishes the opportunity of giving her clients proper access to the legal system.
Rebecca has a balanced view of the law, developed during her time as an industrial advocate at SA Unions, where she also honed her keen negotiation skills. She offers unique skills in regional matters having worked in Strathalbyn for a number of years. Her time there gave her experience in property settlements involving regional farming land, partnerships and inheritances, along with a good understanding of family trusts and how they are intertwined with family law interests.
Her focused, pragmatic and honest approach puts clients at ease and helps to keep the matter on track, whilst giving clients sound and well-reasoned advice across all facets of their family law matter.
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- Bachelor of Laws, Flinders University
- Admitted to practice 2011
My Areas of Expertise
- Matrimonial and De Facto Relationships
- Child Issues
- Child Support
My Professional Interests
- Member of the Law Society of SA
Media & Blog Posts
The emotional ties we have with our pets run deep. They are a part of the family, but what happens when a relationship ends? Who gets custody of the pets? Tindall Gask Bentley associate Rebecca Zanol explains how the legal process applies to your ‘fur-babies’. Pets are integral members of many Australian families....Read more
While it is common for parents and legal guardians to assume they can authorise all medical treatment for their child, this is not the case. Gender dysphoria treatment is considered a “special medical procedure” by law, which falls outside of a parent or legal guardian’s ability to provide consent and which cannot be performed...Read more