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Renee 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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- Bachelor of Laws – James Cook University
- Western Australia Practicing Certificate
- Admitted to Practice 2006
MY AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Matrimonial and De Facto Relationships
- Child Issues
- Child Support
MY PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
- Member of the Family Law Practitioners Association, Western Australia
- Member of the Law Society of WA
Media & Blog Posts
Is it easy to recover my belongings after I've moved out of the marital home?
When a relationship ends and you move out of the home you once shared often there isn’t enough time to take all of your belongings with you.Read more
Tips On How To Conduct Yourself Through Family Court Proceedings
Do you know what's expected of you if you end up in Court for a family law matter?Read more
Separation: What to Do After You've Decided to Move On
This guide, by TGB's Renee O'Callaghan, is designed to prepare you for the very first steps after deciding to separate from your partner.Read more
What to do After Divorce and Property Settlement
WA Family Lawyer Renee O'Callaghan provides a checklist of the financial and legal steps that need to be considered following divorce and property settlement.Read more
De Facto Relationships: What Are They and Are You in One?
Every relationship is different and regardless of whether or not you consider yourself in a de facto relationship you may actually be in one, writes the TGB family law team.Read more