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Creevey Russell welcomes new senior associate

Creevey Russell welcomes new senior associate

Jacinta Norris

Creevey Russell Lawyers has announced it has appointed a new senior associate within its family law practice.

Jacinta Norris (pictured) has joined the firm’s Brisbane office, bringing with her experience advising on family law and commercial litigation matters. She is also trained in collaborative law.

Ms Norris was admitted as a solicitor in 2008, and has practiced both in Brisbane and on the Sunshine Coast in family law and litigation.

She holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours, as well as a graduate diploma in legal practice from Queensland University of Technology. Ms Norris is also a member of the Queensland Law Society and the Family Law Practitioners' Association.

Creevey Russell principal Dan Creevey said Ms Norris will be a valuable addition to the firm’s family law practice.

“Jacinta has extensive experience in dealing with a wide range of complex family law matters,” Mr Creevey said.

“Her broad experience and practical and caring approach are a proven success when assisting clients to resolve issues around divorce, children and property division at a time when stress and uncertainty are major concerns.

“Jacinta has also practiced in commercial and estate planning law. It is this experience in commercial law that allows Jacinta to focus on the commercial reality of a separation.”

Commenting on her new role, Ms Norris said she is looking forward to the next chapter in her legal career.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to join the family law team at Creevey Russell Lawyers and to achieve successful outcomes for our highly valued clients,” she said.


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