January 21, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Jane Johnson, Kim Wilson & Co

Doyles Guide

Jane is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with a particular interest in the post separation care and support of children.

Before joining the team at Kim Wilson & Co Family Lawyers in January 2008, Jane was a Partner in a boutique Family Law firm in New Zealand, where she accumulated over 18 years’ experience in all aspects of Family Law, including child welfare matters, the division of relationship property and the representation of children and young people in Family and Criminal matters.

Jane is admitted as a Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand and the Supreme Court of Western Australia.   She became an Accredited Family Law Specialist in 2015.    She is a member of the Family Law Practitioners Association of WA and the Law Society of WA.

Jane advises and acts for clients involved in all aspects of Family Law, including care Arrangements for Children, Child Support, Spousal Maintenance, Property Settlement and post settlement financial arrangements.  She has provided advice to and acted for parties involved in International Surrogacy Arrangements, in the Administrative Appeal Tribunal on Child Support matters and in the Magistrates Court on Restraining Order and criminal matters.

Jane has conducted Trials on behalf of clients and works closely with experienced Barristers in complex Family Court matters, including relocation both within and outside Australia, Hague Convention matters for the return of children, surrogacy and child welfare matters.

Jane has a strong focus on mediated outcomes in all matters, and can assist in the preparation of documents to record any Agreement reached.   If Agreement is not able to be reached, Jane provides efficient and effective assistance for the timely and cost effective resolution of Court proceedings.

Jane combines her extensive knowledge and experience in the Law with a pragmatic, cost effective solutions focussed approach to her work, with an ability to listen to her client’s priorities and concerns in order to achieve the best result for them.

In her spare time, Jane dreams of a peaceful, conflict free world where every home has a donkey in the garden, rides her red scooter and watches the All Blacks.