Renee Sapelli (formerly O’Callaghan)


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Renee Sapelli (formerly O’Callaghan) is an experienced lawyer, having honed her skills practicing across a variety of areas before deciding to work more specifically in Family Law. Renee has an outstanding ability to identify potential issues early in the legal process and provide comprehensive solutions with a minimum of fuss.

Renee is motivated by a desire to allow her clients to move on with their lives as quickly as possible, achieving a resolution which is reasonable and cost-effective. With a commercial background, Renee will often employ a common-sense approach in order to avoid costly litigation.

Renee maintains her friendly and compassionate personality whilst ensuring she is informative, clear and direct.

Renee always strives for her clients to walk away satisfied with their resolution, a better understanding of the legal process and greater peace of mind.

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Renee Sapelli (formerly O’Callaghan)



  • Bachelor of Laws – James Cook University
  • Western Australia Practicing Certificate
  • Admitted to Practice 2006


  • Divorce
  • Matrimonial and De Facto Relationships
  • Child Issues
  • Child Support


  • Member of the Family Law Practitioners Association, Western Australia
  • Member of the Law Society of WA

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Disclosure: What is it it and how can it help a smooth separation?

Disclosure is a critical part of your separation and property settlement process, yet so few people understand what they need to do. TGB senior associate Renee O’Callaghan provides this easy disclosure guide. Firstly, it’s important you get a lawyer who can guide you through the tricky process of disclosure. Going it...

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My partner and I want to start a family. What parenting rights do same-sex couples have in WA?

It’s a dream shared by most couples in Western Australia – to have children together and raise a family of their own. But what do you and your partner need to consider if you are a same-sex couple? And what happens if you separate? Tindall Gask Bentley Senior Associate Renee O’Callaghan explains. There are various...

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