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Vanessa Hernandez

About Vanessa Hernandez

Vanessa Hernandez is a Principal at BTLawyers and heads up the Family Law Practice. https://www.btlawyers.com.au/our-people/vanessa-hernandez/

So You’ve Decided To Mediate…

By |2019-07-15T08:45:27+10:00July 8th, 2019|Events|

If you’re a Family Law specialist in S.E. QLD, register today for an exclusive workshop on mediation sponsored by BTLawyers. This entertaining and informative workshop will challenge your perception of mediation and dispute resolution. We will explore ways to ensure a matter – any matter – can settle at mediation. [...]

The gift of moving on

By |2019-05-14T14:42:51+10:00February 14th, 2019|Family Law|

Whilst not the most romantic topic to discuss or think about around Valentine’s Day, taking steps to finalise your property settlement might be the best gift you can give yourself this year.  Finalising these issues will give you a sense of empowerment and freedom, and let’s face it, you don’t [...]

Job Opportunity – Family Lawyer

By |2019-02-19T18:09:14+10:00December 11th, 2018|Join our team|

FAMILY LAWYER PAE 1-3 YEARS BTLawyers is looking for a dedicated and energetic family lawyer who is passionate about taking their career to the next level. BTLawyers is a modern and innovative legal practice.  BTLawyers has a full-service family and personal law department.  We also provide a range of legal [...]

Preparing for Christmas as a co-parent

By |2019-05-14T14:42:50+10:00November 22nd, 2017|Family Law, News|

We are delighted to share with you a podcast with Lucy Good from Beanstalk Mums and our family law specialist Vanessa Hernandez talking co-parenting at Christmas and how to be prepared…. This is one for the co-parents amongst us. It’s all about that happy, merry, family time we call Christmas. [...]

What happens when a Domestic Violence Order is breached?

By |2019-05-14T14:42:50+10:00June 2nd, 2017|Domestic Violence, Family Law, News|

By Vanessa Hernandez Domestic Violence Order Domestic Violence Orders (‘DVO’) are court orders designed to prevent future domestic or family violence occurring. The can also commonly be referred to as “Protection Orders” or “Restraining Orders”. A DVO tells the person committing an act of domestic violence (“the respondent”) what not [...]