Websters Lawyers

Websters Lawyers

Ask a Question to lawfirm

Watch Our Video

Websters Lawyers

Family disputes are stressful and emotional. But when you also have to deal with all the legal issues, it can really feel like you’re in a pressure cooker. 

Whatever the reason you need a family lawyer, it’s important to get advice as soon as any legal issues arise. Why? Because you need to know where you stand and you need to be able to consider your options.

Our family lawyers in Adelaide CBD, Ridgehaven and Smithfield have extensive experience and success in:

  • Negotiating agreements that can reduce any hostility.
  • Minimising the legal costs involved.
  • Explaining the law in terms that are easy to understand.
  • Handle the case sensitively to reduce the emotional impact. 

We know that you want to have confidence in your family lawyer and to be able to trust them. And because you probably won’t be able to make that assessment before you’ve met with one of our family lawyers, we offer a free no obligation consultation. That way, you can make sure that you are comfortable in dealing with them and confident that they will handle your case with the level of service you expect.

At that initial meeting, our family lawyer will be able to explain the process involved and all the things that you can do to protect your interests.

We specialise in a range of family law issues, including:

  • Divorce
  • Property settlement
  • Children's issues
  • Contact
  • Child support
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Settlement
  • Delayed settlement
  • Collaborative Law
  • Mediation
  • Superannuation issues
  • Superannuation splitting
  • Court action
  • Pre-Nuptual Agreements (Pre-Nupts)
  • Binding Financial Agreements
  • Termination Agreements
  • Co-Habitation Agreements
  • Defacto relationships
  • Same Sex couples
  • Family Trusts
  • Discretionary Trusts
  • Family Businesses
  • Associated business matters
  • Relocation Issues
  • Recovery Orders
Vanessa Ho

Vanessa is experienced in family law cases concerning property, divorce and children, and all aspects of deceased estates.

In addition to her legal qualifications, she also has tertiary qualifications in science and psychology, enabling her to conduct detailed analyses of evidence and assess how witnesses and opposing parties are likely to behave. This is a great strategic advantage for her clients.

Jake Woolford
Jake practices in all aspects of Family law. For further information: http://www.websterslawyers.com.au/our-team/jake-woolford/
Quynh Hoang

With experience in family and criminal law, Quynh understands how to best support her clients at times of emotional stress. She loves achieving great results and excels at analysing complex legal issues.



Tess Leahy

ess graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2016 with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of International studies. She went on to complete her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the College of Law in 2017 and was admitted as a practitioner at the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia in early 2018. Tess was admitted as a practitioner at the Supreme Court of South Australia in 2020 after relocating from New South Wales.



Alexis Henry-Comley

Alexis believes knowledge is power and she always aims to empower her clients. With a background in teaching the fundamental basics of law to undergraduate law and business students, she is able to effectively communicate legal concepts to her clients with the aim of keeping them well informed and involved the whole way through their matter.