Alexandra is resolution focused. She is motivated to ensure her clients understand the separation pathway and all options to resolve their family law matter. She takes a sensible and holistic approach to supporting her clients.
Alexandra understands that a breakdown of the family unit is often one of life’s most difficult experiences. She is compassionate, empathetic and calm. She prides herself on her ability to provide realistic advice and resolve disputes efficiently, while minimising conflict. Alexandra is trained in Collaborative Family law Practice and she promotes out of Court settlement options where possible.
Alexandra was admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of South Australia and the High Court of Australia in 2018, after completing a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice with Honours at Flinders University.
Prior to joining Norman Waterhouse in 2019, Alexandra was employed by a government funded firm where she provided assistance to financially disadvantaged persons with respect to a broad range of legal areas including the area of family law.
Since joining Norman Waterhouse, Alexandra has practised exclusively in the area of family law. Alexandra works closely with our senior solicitors and predominantly with one of our family law principals, Elissa Riach. As a result, she has gained considerable experience in all aspects of family law including in both complex and non-complex property settlements and children’s matters.
- Advice about separation
- Matrimonial property settlements
- De facto property settlements
- Spousal Maintenance
- Child support
- Parenting matters
- Member of Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals
- Law Council of Australia, Family Law Section
- Member of Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry South Australia (HACCI SA)
Alexandra's Areas of Practice
After separation a party to a relationship is able to seek financial support from their former partner. It is separate to the payment of child support. We are able to tailor our advice to ensure that the individual needs and financial…
If your child or children have been abducted and taken overseas by your partner or former partner you should immediately obtain advice from an experienced family lawyer. Any delay in doing so could have an adverse impact on your position.
Domestic & International Relocation of Children
After a separation it is not unusual for one party to want to move a significant distance away from the other parent. If that situation arises, it is important that you obtain advice from an experienced family lawyer as soon as possible…
Child Support & Children's Living Arrangements
We understand that the emotional and financial welfare and safety of their children is of the utmost importance to our clients. We listen to our client’s concerns and provide appropriate advice to meet those concerns.
De Facto Relationships & Domestic Partnerships
We provide advice in relation to both financial matters and children’s arrangements in circumstances where there has been a breakdown of a de facto relationship or a domestic partnership.
We provide expert and considered advice in relation to both complex and non-complex property settlements. We take pride in tailoring our advice in a way that is appropriate to the particular circumstances of each of our clients.