Practice: Collaborative Lawyer
Expertise: Family Separation, Parenting Arrangements, Property, High Conflict, Gender Balanced Co-Mediation, Families and Children, Adult Family Members, Extended Families, Face-To-Face, By Telephone, Video-Conferencing, Shuttle/Face-To-Face, Telephone Shuttle
Professional Organisations: Family Law Practitioners Associated
Qld Collaborative Law
Law Council of Australia
Tristan Jepson Memorial
QLD Brisbane, QLD Lismore, QLD Southport, QLD Toowoomba
Legal Practice Director practising in Family Law
Sophie Pearson is a Director and expert in the field of family and de facto relationship law having started working in the legal instrustry in 1994 at the Director of Public Prosections.
She has been responsible for helping many of our clients navigate some of the most challenges crossroads of their personal lives.
Sophie’s legal prowess is immense, but it is her ability to provide understanding and support that allows her clients to feel completely assured that the best resolution is at hand.
Sophie has represented and provided advice to her clients in all areas of Family and De facto Relationship Law including:-
Commercial and Property Law
Division of property
Strategic planning prior to separation
Bankruptcy and its effects in Family Law
Asset protection and Pre-Nuptial type agreements
Company and Family Trust issues
Equal shared parental responsibility
The times the children will live with and spend time with each parent
Parenting plans and consent orders
Child Support issues
Relocation and recovery of children
Children travelling within Australia and internationally
With an impressive legal career spanning 22 years, Sophie starting working in Criminal Law before moving to Family Law. For more than 10 years she’s worked as a litigator and with the Courts. Sophie analyses each situation and provides realistic resolutions in a sympathetic environment.
“Sophie treated me like a person, not just one of her clients. She understood the importance of my matter to me.”
“Can’t thank you enough for your support both professionally and personally.”
“Just a little thank you to let you know I really appreciate your advice. It’s great to have a female to look up to in the profession.”
“Thank you for all you have done for me. Representing me, guiding me and speaking to me positively and giving me strength and focus to work again.”
“I appreciate your guidance and patience with me in this matter, I am very grateful.”