ABOUT Alice McShera

Family Lawyer

About

Alice has extensive experience in dealing with both property and parenting related proceedings in the Family Court of Western Australia and in the Family Court of Australia, including international relocation matters, appeals, adoptions and a range of cases with high value asset pools. Alice is passionate about the Law and being an advocate for her clients.

Alice regularly appears as Counsel, or as the solicitor instructing Senior Counsel and Counsel, in proceedings before the Family Court of Western Australia.

In 2013, Alice graduated from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.

In 2013, Alice was admitted to practise law in the Supreme Court of Western Australia.

From June 2011 to March 2012, Alice worked at the Family Court of Western Australia as an Associate to a Family Law Magistrate.

From March 2012, Alice worked at the Family Court of Western Australia as the Legal Associate to the Honourable Justice Crisford until her Honour’s retirement in 2016.

During this time Alice assisted her Honour with numerous complex trials, appeals, legal research and judgment writing.

In 2015, and whilst working for the Honourable Justice Crisford, Alice completed her Masters of Laws at the Australian National University.

From 2016, Alice has practised in Family Law.

Alice is a member of the Family Law Practitioners Association of Western Australia and the associated Communications Committee.

Alice is a member of the Family Law Practitioners Association of Western Australia.

You contact Alice directly by email at alice@anthonyrclarke.com.au.

Areas of Expertise

Alice accepts instructions in relation to all aspects of Family Law including:-

  • Restraining Orders;
  • Property settlement;
  • Financial matters involving complex issues;
  • Parenting matters;
  • Financial Agreements;
  • Child Support Agreements;
  • Spousal maintenance;
  • Relocation matters, including international relocation and matters covered by the Hague Convention;
  • Divorce;
  • International and cross-jurisdictional matters; and
  • Appeals.