Bonnie Phillips Senior Associate

Bonnie is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with the Law Institute of Victoria and has practiced exclusively in family and relationship law since her admission to practice in 2012. Bonnie is particularly experienced in complex financial cases as well as parenting matters pertaining to donor agreements and parentage issues.

Bonnie is passionate about assisting and advising her clients in relation to all legal issues arising from family and relationship law. She strives to achieve the best outcome for each and every client with a view to avoiding court proceedings wherever possible. Bonnie, along with the KHQ team, understands that each client is unique and requires advice and strategy tailored to their individual needs. To assist in achieving this, she takes a holistic approach to family and relationship law, utilising trusted referrers such as financial experts, psychologists and family report writers as required.

Bonnie is an active member of the Victorian Women Lawyers, having previously held the position of Secretary in 2015. Bonnie is also a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Institute of Victoria.

Recognition

Bonnie is a finalist in the Family Law category of the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards for 2018.

Hours to suit you

We appreciate that your time is valuable, and for this reason, we are happy to offer consultations by telephone, skype, or email, to suit your needs.

You can also start the process of your family law consultation by engaging in our interactive form online. The link is below.

Initially you will be asked to answer 7 easy questions about your situation. You will then be provided with general advice about your circumstances (including how the family law system works), and your options with regard to parenting arrangements and/or a property settlement.

If you would like to provide further detail in your own time, and meet with one of our lawyers, our interactive form will ask you detailed questions regarding your current circumstances. Those instructions will then be provided in summary to our lawyers, to ensure that your first meeting with them is meaningful.

You will not be charged for using our online form.