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Sarah Mitchell practices particularly in Wills and Estates, and Commercial Law. Sarah has significant experience in dealing with general civil and commercial litigation, as well as Wills and estate administration.
Sarah provides comprehensive support for her clients with an approach based upon a strong sense of justice and a determination to see positive outcomes.
Sarah is able to weigh up all the relevant factors in both commercial and civil disputes and arrive at the best possible resolution quickly and effectively. Sarah is able to prepare a detailed Will in accordance with her clients’ wishes and always provides thorough consideration for all issues relevant in estate planning.
Sarah empowers her clients and gives them the ability to make an educated decisions. Sarah is able to offer peace of mind, based on the assurance that all options have been considered.
Sarah is very approachable and enjoys meeting new clients, hearing their story, and being a reliable guide through even the most complex legal situations.
- Bachelor of Laws (Hons.), Griffith University
- Bachelor of Arts (Business Ethics), Griffith University
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
- Admitted to practice 2003
My Areas of Expertise
- Corporate & Commercial
- Dispute Resolution & Litigation Services
- Wills and Estate Planning
- Estate Administration
- Estate Disputes
My Professional Interests
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
TGB Lawyers’ Wills and Estates partner Sarah Mitchell outlines some of the important steps to take before your first appointment to assist in the easy preparation of your Will. I often have clients comment when their appointment is over, “That was a lot easier than I thought it would be!” Getting your estate...Read more
Buying a house or refinancing your mortgage? See your Wills and Estates Lawyer to avoid significant costs later on.
The way that your own your home impacts on your estate plan. If you own your home with your significant other in a "joint tenancy", then, when the first of you dies, the other will own the house in accordance with the law of survivorship.Read more