Yolandi completed her law degree in 2013 and went on the complete her diploma in legal practical training in 2014.
She is also admitted in both the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of Queensland. Yolandi takes a direct and practical approach to resolve issues. She is committed to doing as much for her clients as she would for her own family as she knows how confronting and important her client’s legal issues are to them.
Her philosophy is that clients are entitled to know from the start what their rights are, how much is it going to cost and what the possible outcomes might be. She strives to provide down-to-earth, straight forward proactive legal advice that clients can understand and make an informed decision with. She strongly believes there is no “one size fits all” approach to resolve legal matters and she is passionate about identifying the key issues and needs of her clients and tailor her approach accordingly. She has a wide range of experience in Wills & Estate, Family Law, Domestic Violence, Criminal Law and Property matters.