Prior to entering the law, Fiona went to the Conservatorium of Music to study the cello. She then began work at Habitat. After working in several retail jobs, she returned to Habitat part-time while resuming studying for her Bachelor of Arts and Laws.
Fiona practises primarily in family law. Her practice ranges from;
– advising on property and parenting matters;
– child support;
– advice and drafting of financial agreements;
– advice and drafting of surrogacy agreements;
– advice on parentage orders;
– advice and drafting in relation to assisted reproduction donor agreements; and
She also has experience in commercial and property law, advising clients on a wide range of matters including commercial and residential conveyancing, sales and purchases of businesses, commercial and residential leases, contract negotiation and other commercial transactions. Fiona also practises in estate planning providing advice in relation to wills, powers of attorney and instruments appointing enduring guardians. Fiona has been involved with various sectors of small business her whole adult life, primarily in retail, building and aquaculture. Fiona is on the Scientific and Research Committee for Cancer Council Tasmania.
She is a busy mum who feels incredibly fortunate to spend time outside of her work with her husband and their blended family, and the fun that brings.