"Thank you for everything you’ve done. You’re experience and professionalism made this difficult time in my life that much easier."
Alan Wright is a leading family law expert in the Hunter.
Alan has been working as a family lawyer in the Hunter and Northern NSW regions for three decades and has been an Accredited Specialist in Family Law since 1997.
Alan has handled hundreds of cases involving property and parenting disputes between separating couples, with a high success rate at reaching agreements without the need to go to court. He is particularly skilled at resolving cases with complex financial arrangements such as business entities, Self-Managed Super Funds and trusts.
Alan can help you with:
- Separation and Divorce
- Property Settlement
- Parenting Arrangements
- Spousal Maintenance and Child Support
- Conciliation Conferences
Alan has completed the Resolution Institute’s Mediation Workshop and is an accredited family law mediator under the National Mediation Accreditation System. He is available to assist other law firms to represent their clients at conciliation conferences as well as facilitate mediation.
Alan understands that separation is a very difficult time, especially when you don’t know where you stand. Alan gives clients clear, expert advice and helps them come to an early, sensible resolution so that they can start to move on with their lives. If that is not possible, he is ready to argue in court to get the best possible outcome for his clients.
“Most issues can be resolved, but if you can’t resolve a family law issue, I am the firm and experienced advocate you need on your side.”
Alan is a member of the Law Council of Australia – Family Law Section, Hunter Valley Family Law Practitioners Association, Law Society of New South Wales, Newcastle Law Society, and Resolution Institute.
Accredited Specialist (Family Law) & Accredited Mediator
Recent blog posts by Alan
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