Bridget Barrie joined O'Shea Dyer Solicitors in 2014 and has worked as a paralegal for many years predominantly in Family Law. Bridget completed a Bachelor Laws (with Honours) in July 2022 and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice at The College of Law in October 2022. She was Admitted as a Solicitor in December 2022.
Bridget's many years of experience as a paralegal, position her as a very knowledgeable family lawyer. She represents clients with all types of Family Law matters, including parenting, property settlements, child support, spousal maintenance and domestic violence matters. Bridget also works in our Wills and Estates Department where she drafts Wills, Testamentary Trust Wills and administers estates and probate.
Originally from Charters Towers, Bridget has travelled the world and worked as a journalist and in business administration.
Bridget is highly regarded by all she meets. Her team loves her. Clients appreciate her. She has a calm and focused leadership style. She gets things done efficiently and without fuss. Bridget is an organised and strategic thinker who is highly adaptable to change. She also has a fabulous sense of humor. The fact that she completed her law degree while working full-time has earned her great respect from her team members and peers.
Bridget is committed to providing quality affordable legal services and delivering excellent outcomes for her clients. She works closely with senior lawyers in our Family Law and Wills & Estates Departments and is the main instigator of changes to our systems and processes, which directly benefits our clients. She is looking forward to consolidating her experience and helping many more people with their legal issues.
Communication from Bridget is friendly and concise. Bridget understands that legal issues are stressful and challenging for people and that they need support and guidance to help them through. When not at work, Bridget enjoys boating, diving, fishing and underwater photography.
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