Daniel helps separated parents of 0-5 year old children to spend time and communicate with their child, where contact has been unnecessarily restricted by the other parent.
With an extensive interest in child-attachment and development theory, Daniel is a strong advocate for the parent that the child is not living with to ensure that they gain consistent and frequent contact with their child in order to build an enduring relationship. Daniel strongly believes that each child deserves a meaningful relationship with both parents.
Since being admitted Daniel has worked primarily in Family Law.
He has a particular interest in parenting matters with a strong focus on resolution including Mediation.
Daniel’s practice in family law has seen him appear in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia multiple times where he can confidently represent you before a Judge or Registrar.
Daniel understands how critically important it is to be heard. He listens carefully to his clients to ensure he can make an impact where it matters most.
Daniel prides himself on his ability to explain complex legal issues in plain English to aid his clients in understanding what is happening at any time during their matter.
Admission to the Supreme Court of New South Wales
Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice
Certificate in Legal Design and Innovation
Bachelor of Communication
Daniel enjoys spending time with his family and pets. When not working he can be found exercising, tending to his vegetable garden or enjoying a good book.
Daniel also loves to travel, participate in sports and is obsessed with movies.