Top quality family law. Fixed fee and fair fee.
Bart Janowski, Family Lawyer
My name is Bart Janowski, I was admitted to legal practice in 2005 and I am a family lawyer. I hold a Master of Laws degree (LLM.) from the University of Melbourne (consistently ranked the number #1 law school in Australia), a Graduate Diploma of Applied Law (Family Law) from the College of Law, and Bachelor’s degrees in law and accounting from the University of Auckland. I also qualified as a Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia.
My mission is to provide you top quality family law services. I am a fixed fee family lawyer. My focus is on the efficient and equitable resolution of family law disputes. As I work on each matter personally, I need to manage my time carefully to give each client the personal attention and pro-active focus you deserve. Your inquiry will be prioritised if you complete my New Client Form when making contact for the first time.
Fixed Fees and Transparent Pricing
Most clients prefer a fixed fee for a specific scope of work.
Please visit the Fees page for more information.
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New Client Form enables you to quickly and securely provide me with essential information about your matter. Please use this form to make an enquiry.
The New Law Advantage
The best thing about running my own family law practice is being able to design the service delivery model. Traditional law firms are not designed to be efficient. They have expensive offices, outdated systems, remuneration expectations, and a reliance on large teams of junior lawyers and support staff.
By investing time and effort into consciously designing how Jano Family Law works and by embracing a mindset of constant incremental improvement, I have found the most effective way of delivering family law services. You benefit from my use of technology, the elimination of overheads, complete pricing transparency and my commitment to personal service. You can benefit from the “new law” movement in Australia.
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Best Practice Guidelines for Lawyers Doing Family Law Work
As a full member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, Jano Family Law subscribe to and observe the Best Practice Guidelines for Lawyers Doing Family Work, characterised by:
- A constructive and conciliatory approach to the resolution of family disputes.
- The minimisation of any risks to separating couples and children.
- Having regard to the interests and protection of children and encouraging long-term family relationships.
- The narrowing of the issues in dispute and the effective and timely resolution of disputes.
- Ensuring that costs are not unreasonably incurred.
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Family Law Blog
The below articles have been written by Jano Family Law to assist and inform you. Do get in touch to discuss your specific situation.
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