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Sandra and her team fought for me to have valuable time with my son. I was very nervous going to Court but Sandra kept me at ease and focused on my son’s best interests. With the support and advice of Soden Legal I have been able to strengthen my co-parenting relationship with my ex-partner.
Before meeting Ashleigh I had almost lost hope in the system. Ashleigh supported me through my Court case and kept me focused on the end goal – my children. I’m so grateful to Soden Legal for fighting for the best outcome I could have imagined. I highly recommend Soden Legal to anyone needing strong representation.
Soden Legal are the best in the business. Although the Family Law process is stressful and I don’t wish it on anyone. I will recommend you to anyone and everyone in need of fantastic Legal representation. Sandra and Ashleigh were so thorough, professional but also empathetic. Erin, the first point of contact. You were nothing short of amazing during what felt like a million phone calls to the office. Thank you for everything.
Through adversity we triumph. Leading family law specialists that get results.
Soden Legal is a growing firm in the Macarthur and Illawarra Region focusing expertise in Family Law. With the professionalism and results of a large firm, but the warmth and friendliness of a country practice, Soden Legal gets results.
At Soden Legal we take an empathetic yet practical approach to family law matters, with the best interests of children being our primary concern and focus. We aim to assist parties in reaching an amicable settlement so as to maintain ongoing relationships where appropriate, however in the event that parties are unable to reach agreement, we are fierce litigators.
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