Dealing with clients at one of the toughest times of their lives, Safia is passionate about being a trusted advisor for her clients. She strives to ensure she is empowering clients so that they know their rights and next steps in order for them to move on with their lives. One of her main goals is to be approachable for her clients and for clients to feel confident they can ask any question no matter how big or small. Safia takes the time to sit down with her clients, explain their position, their options and ensure that they completely understand what comes next.
Safia approaches Family Law matters with a focus on achieving positive outcomes for clients using her knowledge and skills to identify the many multifaceted issues to consider when people are separating. She understands that separation is not just a legal process but includes emotional and practical issues that clients need guidance to wade through.
Safia’s passion for family and DV sparked from volunteering whilst at law school at the DV desk at Southport Magistrates Court and various community legal centres.
Her knowledge of the law combined with her compassion for each client’s unique situation allows her to deliver exceptional service and provide much sought-after relief in times of great challenge.
Safia also has a background in Conveyancing and Property transactions. Having that experience provides Safia with a unique skillset which she can apply to her practice in Family Law matters .
Safia studied at Griffith and completed Bachelor of Law (Honours) in 2020. She undertook her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice through College of Law and was admitted to practice as a Solicitor in July 2021.
She believes in building strong and long-lasting client relationships through effective and efficient legal practice
Her work covers all areas of family law including:-
- Property settlement,
- De facto relationships,
- Parenting orders,
- Children’s matters (including recovery orders, relocation applications and child maintenance); and
- Financial Agreements (including ‘prenups’).