Principal / Accredited Family Law Specialist

P1300 007 235
E sarah.bevan@sbfamilylawyers.com.au


Sarah has practised solely in family law since the commencement of her career in 1999 and obtained her specialist accreditation in family law from the Law Society of NSW in 2005.

Sarah has in-depth experience in all aspects of family law. She has a lengthy background in international family law, and as a result, has connections with other family lawyers in many overseas jurisdictions. In particular, she enjoys applying her analytical mind to complex cases involving international issues, multiple and varying structures, and high net worth cases.

Sarah has a straightforward and direct manner and is a strong and persuasive advocate both in the court setting and in negotiations. She has extensive experience in most registries throughout Australia of the Family Court, the Federal Circuit Court and the Full Court (Appeal Court).

“The most rewarding part of my job is to help guide my clients through the
fraught process of separation and settlement. I always aim to provide my
clients with candid, down-to-earth advice, and to provide them with
a range of options aimed at reaching finalisation of their family law
issues as quickly and as painlessly as possible”

Sarah is a regular speaker for Legalwise Seminars, Growing Families and other Family & Fertility Law Conferences. If you would like to book Sarah Bevan to speak at your event, please contact her office.


After completing school, Sarah lived, studied, and worked in the UK and Europe for about 7 years. She graduated with an honours degree in law in 1995.

Whenever Sarah has the time and opportunity, she loves to travel with her family, especially to the tropics.

Memberships and Achievements

Speaker and Panel Guest – Family Law & Fertility Law Specialist

  • Family Law: Property Financial Matters Conference

    • Legalwise Seminars
      • Covering developments in property and financial matters in family law.
      • Implications of the Family Amendment Bill on property matters
      • Practical take-aways from recent case law.
      • Tips, traps and updates on the treatment Trusts, addbacks, inheritance, waste and third party issues.
      • Identifying tax issues,
      • The duty of disclosure and discovery rules
        • The obligation of disclosure and implications of failing to make a full and frank disclosure
        • How to deal with another party failing to make disclosure
        • Your obligations when your client fails to disclose
        • Claims of privilege
  • Family Law: Australian Surrogacy & Egg Donor Conference

    • Growing Families – Regular Speaker, Moderator, Panel Guest & Sponsor


Accredited Arbitrator Family Lawyer Sydney

AEA Member Sarah Bevan Family Lawyer Sydney


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