Joining Wonderley & Hall in 2021 after a long career working for QCAT, Legal Aid and the Director of Public Prosecutions, Charmaine practices mainly in family law.
Her many years of experience across a wide range of areas of law, including family, criminal, and employment law ensure that she understands the intricacies of complicated property and children’s matters.
Having worked as a Divisional Registrar of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, as well as a Principal Lawyer at Legal Aid Queensland and a Senior Legal Officer of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Charmaine’s experience in a wide range of contexts allows her to give clear, actionable and practical advice to her clients, no matter how complex their problems may be.
Charmaine’s 20+ years working within the Court system have given her the experience needed to effectively represent her clients both in and out of the courtroom. She brings a caring and understanding approach to even the most difficult problems. Charmaine is sensitive to the emotional aspects of family law and has a great deal of compassion for her clients but will not hesitate to take a firm approach when protecting her client’s interests. Charmaine focuses on helping her clients solve their legal problems in a straightforward and cost effective manner.