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Amanda Doring


Bachelor of Laws, Accredited Specialist in Family Law, Independent Children’s Lawyer, Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice, Registered Family Law Dispute Resolution Practitioner, Nationally Accredited Mediator, Collaborative trained Family Lawyer

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Private Client Services
  • Contested Estates and Trusts
  • Property Disputes
  • Family Law

Amanda acts for married, de facto and same sex couples, as well as representing children in litigated parenting matters in her role as an Independent Children’s Lawyer.

Amanda has worked exclusively in Family Law since 2001 and is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law, a trained Family Law Collaborative Solicitor, a Nationally Accredited Mediator, registered Family Dispute Practitioner and an Independent Children’s Lawyer.

Her expertise, particularly in relation to parenting matters, combined with her approach to the handling of what are often stressful, emotive matters for clients, expands the Russell Kennedy service offering and strengthens the shared commitment to delivering exemplary client service.


  • Conducting complex family law property settlements involving corporate and trust structures;
  • Drafting Binding Financial Agreements;
  • Parenting matters involving contested living arrangements for children;
  • Conducting interim and final applications in the Family Law jurisdiction;
  • Allegations of family violence and the need for supervised visits;
  • Relocation cases;
  • The enforcement of Court orders;
  • Proceedings under the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction; and
  • Providing assistance to parties seeking private child support agreements or in reviewing pre-existing assessments.


  • Member of:
    • Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators
    • Southern Sydney Collaborative Professionals Inc.
    • Attorney General Department of Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner
    • Legal Aid Independent Children’s Lawyer panel