Catherine graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Jurisprudence from the University of Western Australia in 1987.
Catherine has now run her own law practice for over twenty years, initially as a general practitioner but more recently working exclusively in the areas of Wills and Estate Planning.
Outside the office, Catherine has held a number of board appointments for commercial and “not for profit” organisations. She is an advocate for the local chamber of commerce and for Mum’s Cottage, a resource centre for separated families in the local area. She has also partnered with the Cancer Council and Alzheimer’s WA during their recent Wills “pop up” week.
Catherine and her husband James boating in the estuary and spending time on their small farm in Waroona.
Catherine has been offering a Wills service to the communities of Waroona and Pinjarra with the support of the local Community Resource Centres. While enjoying time at the farm, she also provides confidential home appointments for local rural residents who are unable or reluctant to travel further afield.
More recently Catherine has commenced operating from her office at her residence in Dawesville.
Understanding the busy lives of her clients, Catherine is now providing consultation on Thursday Nights and Saturday Evenings.
Catherine is regularly sought after for presentations and community consultation in relation to Wills and Estate Planning and provides this service, without charge, to local community and business organisations.
All Wills consultations are provided on the basis of set prices so that clients know from the outset the costs involved and there are no hidden extra charges.