Kirsty was admitted to practice in New Zealand in 2009 and moved to Australia in 2010. She is the go to person for surrogacy and parentage work (which is really complicated, so you’ll need an expert) and has spoken at conferences and even participated in a parliamentary roundtable inquiry on the subject. She has run lots of contested and tricky parenting cases. Kirsty also has a degree in economics, so she’s all over hard financial cases.
Generally, Kirsty tries to adopt a collaborative and conciliatory approach to family law cases but when required she is smart and tough. Kirsty is empathetic and takes time to understand what is important to each particular client, to help find solutions that are creative and tailored to their individual circumstances – no one size fits all approach.
She is committed to finding the best outcome for everyone she sees.