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.


Law Society of New South Wales - Member

Recent articles by Bridget

Am I in a de facto relationship?

Am I in a de facto relationship? Defining the meaning of ‘de facto’ and why it’s important in family law

Understanding if your relationship is considered "de facto" in family law matters is important if your relationship ends and you need to divide your assets and/or access spousal maintenance.
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Consent Orders formalise parenting and/or financial matters after separation.

We have separated amicably, what now? Your guide to family law Consent Orders

Consent Orders are a written agreement between the former spouses that is approved by the Family Court of Australia. They can be made in relation to parenting matters, or financial matters, or both and are legally enforceable.
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Are parenting orders still in place during covid-19?

Co-parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic

Co-parenting has its challenges such as managing the weekly commitments of the childrens’ schooling and extracurricular activities. Now we have to add into the challenge an invisible enemy in the form of the COVID 19 pandemic.
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