Bridget Schultz


Bridget works exclusively in the area of family law. She has extensive experience in all aspects of family law, including;

She commenced her legal career initially as a legal secretary and paralegal during which time she completed her university studies and was subsequently admitted to practice as a lawyer. 

Bridget’s background in support roles has been of significant benefit for her role as a lawyer as, in addition to understanding the complexities and legal requirements of a family law matter, she has also developed a comprehensive understanding of the practical and administrative requirements of managing those matters.

Bridget's friendly and approachable manner and natural empathy with clients ensures that she quickly gains the confidence and respect of her clients.  She has a genuine determination to obtain the best outcomes for her clients and is a valued member of our team.


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Recent articles by Bridget

Property settlement consent orders

How long do Consent Orders take for family law property settlement?

Even though your property settlement agreement may be amicable at first, it might now always be that way. Formalising your agreement with Consent Orders will ensure it is legally binding but that process can be time-consuming. We explore some of the reasons for delays.
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The crucial differences between divorce and property settlement

Crucial differences between divorce and property settlement

This blog aims to dispel some common misunderstandings about the interplay between obtaining a divorce and finalising your property settlement formally.
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How are pets treated in family law disputes?

Who gets the family pets after separation or divorce?

As time goes on, we are seeing our pets more and more as an integral part of the family. Whilst we may see our pets like our children, the Family Court of Australia does not see it that way.
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What are pre-action procedures in my family law matter?

Pre-action procedures before filing in Family Law Courts

Before initiating Court proceedings in the Family and Federal Circuit Court of Australia, parties should comply with all pre-action procedures unless they are exempt.
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