Amity is a Queensland Law Society Accredited Family Law Specialist and has practised exclusively in family law since 2008. With over 10 years of experience in all areas of family law, honed through her time with a top-tier firm in Brisbane, Amity is delighted to be able to practise family law in her local area of Ipswich.
Amity offers a compassionate and practical approach to the needs of her family law clients, and is motivated by the opportunity to meet new people and support them towards the resolution of their family law matter. The balance of compassion, empathy, and practical commercial advice, all combined with a level-headed approach, a high degree of support, and a sense of comfort is key to how she works with her clients to forge their pathway to the future.
In addition to her Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the Queensland University of Technology and Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Amity holds a Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and Journalism) from the University of Queensland.
Expertise and Professional Qualifications
Amity is a Queensland Law Society Accredited Family Law Specialist with over 10 years of experience practising exclusively in family law. Her top-tier experience has gifted her with a unique skillset that allows her to resolve complex and high net-worth property settlement matters involving trusts and corporate restructuring. She is well-versed in preparing pre- and post-nuptial Financial Agreements that address assets, debts, and spousal maintenance, in addition to being able resolve complex parenting and domestic and family violence matters. As an experienced litigator, Amity routinely achieves positive outcomes for her clients through Court proceedings, but more regularly by agreement without litigation.
Associations and Career Awards
- Ipswich District Law Association
- Ipswich Chamber of Commerce
- Queensland Family Law Practitioners Association
- Law Council of Australia
- Doyle’s Guide Family Law Rising Star (Queensland) – 2018
- Nominee, Ipswich Chamber of Commerce Young Business Person of the Year – 2017 and 2018
Amity Anderson, Legal Partner and Hillary McVeigh, Paralegal In a recent landmark decision of Re: Kelvin, the Full Court of the Family Court has ruled that young Australians seeking treatment...