Our lawyers in Joondalup are dedicated experienced professional lawyers who are committed to providing straightforward legal advice, assertive court representation, and drafting high quality legal documents. If you need family lawyers in Joondalup, speak to us today.
Benjamin Hamilton Dickens
Ben holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Australia. After undertaking his articles of clerkship through 2012, Ben was admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2013. In 2015 he graduated with a Masters of Law (focusing on family law and estates law) from the College of Law university. In 2017, he was admitted as a practitioner of the High Court of Australia.
Ben is a confident advocate who prides himself on being thoroughly prepared and having a high attention to detail. Ben gives straight forward advice and offers cost effective and highly skilled representation no matter how complex the matter may be. If you’re looking for lawyers near Joondalup, contact Ben today.
Jarrod qualified as a lawyer in Western Australia after receiving a Juris Doctor degree from Murdoch University. He has also studied the Applied Masters of Family Law through the College of Law university.
Jarrod is an experienced family and divorce lawyer, and a criminal lawyer in Joondalup. He frequently acts for people in matters involving domestic and family violence as he can advise on both the criminal and family law aspects.
Jarrod also has an interest in family law financial matters and enjoys helping people come to a swift and fair resolution.
William Thomas Dixon
William holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts, with Honours in Philosophy from the University of Western Australia.
William practices family law, including financial and parenting matters, restraining orders, criminal law and wills and estate law. He has a particular interest in criminal evidence issues, and untangling complex succession matters.
William understands that for many people, the legal system can seem like a maze. He endeavours to help clients feel fully informed of the status of their matter and options going forward, so they can stay calm in the face of distressing situations, confident their matter is in hand.
Briannen holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Criminology from Murdoch University. During her time at University, Briannen won the trial advocacy competition award and represented her law school nationally for this competition.
Briannen completed her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice through the Australian National University in conjunction with the Piddington Justice Program in 2018 and was admitted to practice at the end of 2018. During her studies, Briannen was the recipient of the 2018 PJP Lawyer of the Year Award.
Prior to joining Carter Dickens Lawyers, Briannen was the Registrar’s Associate in the Supreme Court of Western Australia and was witness to complex criminal, civil and estate law matters. She also worked for the Australian government in the civil law jurisdiction.
Briannen practices in family law, restraining orders, criminal law, and wills and estates law. She is passionate about assisting families pursue legal avenues to protect the welfare of children.
Outside of work, Briannen is a member of Piddington Society Committee, which is an association of lawyers committed to collegiality and access to justice within WA, a mentor for law graduates, and coaches high school students in the mock trials competition.