Romana Simic is a Senior Associate at GTC Lawyers and practises primarily in family law.
After graduating from the University of Western Australia with the Bachelor of Laws, she was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
She initially practiced at a small law practice where she gained experience in a wide variety of different areas of law. While Romana now practices exclusively in family law, she brings to the firm considerable experience in the areas of wills and probate, estate litigation, and commercial law.
Romana practices in all areas of family law including property settlements, child-related matters, and binding financial agreements, representing her clients in the Family Court of Western Australia, and the Children’s Court.
Accreditations & Memberships
- Member of the Law Society of Western Australia
- Member of the Family Law Practitioners’ Association of Western Australia
Success Stories and Publications
Our solicitor Romana Simic assisted a father who had an interim Violence Restraining Order made against him by his wife as a result of which he was not able to spend time with his child. The interim Violence Restraining Order included his child.
When the man initially saw Ms Simic he was under the impression that he was required to focus on having the Violence Restraining order dismissed before being able to spend time with his child.
After receiving advice from Ms Simic and through our representation, the man was able to successfully reach an agreement in relation to the Violence Restraining Order by way of undertaking.
As a result, his wife dismissed the proceedings. The man attended mediation with his wife and reached an agreement meaning he could see his the child again after 9 months of separation.
This case illustrates the importance of quality representation, carefully tailored advice and the value of a solicitor like Ms Simic who cares for her client’s circumstances, with experience in different areas of law to ensure client achieves the desired outcome.
Client successfully avoided unnecessary legal fees associated with attempting to have the Violence Restraining Order dismissed and commenced spending time with his child.