All of our solicitors are admitted to practice in the Family Court of Australia, Federal Magistrates Court of Australia and Supreme Court of Queensland. Our professional staff regually conduct family and de-facto law matters in these jurisdictions and are experienced litigators.
We also brief experienced Barristers who regularly appear before the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia. We also conduct Appeal matters before the Full Court of the Family Court of Australia.
James Noble is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with more than 30 years’ experience as a solicitor practising in family law. He is a member of the Family Law Practitioners’ Association, the Queensland Law Society, the Family Law Council of Australia and the Family Law section of the Law Council of Australia. James is also a member of Queensland Collaborative Law and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. James is a Notary Public and a member of The Australian and New Zealand College of Notaries.
James was a partner in a national law firm before starting James Noble Family Law in 2003. He aims to provide specialist family and relationship law and advice that emphasises amicable and timely resolution of relationship difficulties through negotiation and mediation.
James is one of a growing number of family law practitioners in Queensland that has specifically trained in Mediation and the Collaborative legal process.
Anna Kleindienst (nee Bertsos)
Solicitor Anna Kleindienst joined James Noble Family Law in July 2010 and has a sincere interest in all areas of Family Law. Anna holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours, a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Skills and Ethics from Griffith University. Anna is a member of the Queensland Law Society, The Family Law Practioners Association of Queensland and The Women Lawyers Association of Queensland.
Para-legal Charles Noble joined James Noble Family Law in February 2011. Charles has completed his studies in Family Law and Trusts and is continuing his legal education at The Queensland University of Technology.