Cathryn Shiels Lawyers provides comprehensive and results driven legal advice in the areas of Family Law including property division, financial agreements, divorce, children's matters and family violence as well as providing representation in the area of Criminal Law.
Cathryn has worked almost exclusively in the Family Law jurisdiction for over 10 years. Cathryn appears regularly at the Federal Circuit Court and is experienced in all areas of Family Law especially cases involving property and children.
From your first consultation, there will be time for you to tell your side of the story and you will be supported and informed every step of the way.
Cathryn Shiels Lawyers are currently unable to provide legal aid assistance.
Disclosure in relation to costs will be provided at the initial appointment.
Due to the Covid pandemic, remote services will be provided. The firm has the capacity to take on family law matters involving property and financial settlement, some parenting and family violence matters, and some criminal matters.
Principal Lawyer Cathryn Shiels
LLB. B.A. (Hons) Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
telephone: 0400 955 643 and leave a message
Cathryn Shiels has been practising for over 10 years. She established her own firm, Cathryn Shiels Lawyers, in 2015. Cathryn Shiels Lawyers is the firm that prides
itself as a leading provider of Family Law services in the Bendigo region and surrounding areas.
As a small firm, providing personalised service, the firm has demonstrated continued success. Due to the impact of the Covid pandemic, Cathryn is currently providing remote and virtual services. Currently many court hearings are conducted by Webex or Microsoft Teams. Cathryn can appear for you in your court hearing either by video link or in person where appropriate.
Personalised service is a core philosophy of the firm. You will be represented by the one Lawyer for your entire case.
Cathryn strives to get the best results, in the shortest time, costing you, the client, less.
Family Law proceedings, separation and divorce can be a very stressful time. You will be supported and listened to throughout the process.
Clear advice is provided in relation to Criminal Law proceedings, and based on the facts and evidence you will receive advice on the best course of
action for you.