Montana is a forthright and pragmatic lawyer, always putting her clients’ needs first. 

Montana is a Principal in the firm's Family Law team, practising exclusively in family law since her admission.

Montana displays tenacity and persistence throughout her client's matters, with equitable outcomes at the forefront of her motivation. Her preference is to assist clients by settling their family law matters in a negotiated way through mediation. However, if litigation is necessary, Montana will take immediate action to protect her clients' rights.

Montana also professes a keen interest in property matters involving complex corporate structures and will always involve other trusted advisors, such as accountants and financial planners, to ensure a commercial and effective outcome for her clients

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CAREER highlights

Key Specialisations


  • Bachelor of Laws, Bond University
  • Postgraduate Diploma Of Legal Practice, Bond University

Awards and recognition

  • Doyle's Guide Nominee 2017 | Rising Star

community involvement

  • Member, Brain Injury Foundation
  • Member, Family Law Practitioners Association
  • Member, Queensland Law Society
  • Supporter, Victims Homicide Support Unit

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Client Solutions

Private Client
Family Law
Client problem

Negative property pool available to divide as the parties’ tax liabilities were so significant. The husband had a significantly higher income than the client, who also had primary care of the children. 

outcome achieved

Montana achieved an outcome that saw the wife retain the family home with no liabilities. The husband was responsible for all of the parties’ joint tax liability, and as a result of the debts, this represented over 100% of the asset pool being retained by her client. Montana also entered into a child support agreement which saw her client receive more child support than the agency had assessed.

Private Client
Family law
Client problem

The client was in a motor vehicle accident, which led the mother of their children to be concerned about their parental capacity, withholding the children unless time was supervised.

outcome achieved

Montana obtained necessary capacity reports, which evidenced her client had the capacity to appropriately parent, achieving unsupervised time immediately.

Private Client
family law
Client problem

The client was the primary income earner from a family in possession of significant wealth, with two shares in the family company. The wife, who had contributed in no way to the operation of the company or the client's family wealth, sought a property settlement.

outcome achieved

Montana achieved an outcome that quarantined the shares held by the husband in his families company.

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Brisbane & Gold Coast

(07) 3231 0428