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Amanda Stacey

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Amanda’s expertise

  • Amanda commenced employment with Turner Freeman Lawyers in the compensation law team in 2009 as a Litigation Support Clerk. Following on from her experience Amanda expanded her knowledge and skills and moved to the Wills and Estates division.
  • Amanda continued in her well rounded development of the law and returned to the compensation law team where she worked directly under the Partner providing exceptional support.
  • Continuing her professional development she joined the Superannuation and TPD division of Turner Freeman Lawyers in 2014 and was promoted to the position of Paralegal reflecting her vast experience and commitment to client service.
  • This commitment to obtaining the best outcome possible for client’s continues to this day as a committed member of Turner Freeman’s Superannuation and TPD division.

What Amanda’s Clients Say about Her

  • I would just like to express my appreciation for all your hard work and keeping m informed throughout the process. You are so easy to talk to.” R.G. – Parkridge South
  • Thank you is not nearly big enough for all you help. I recommend you to anyone who’ll listen!!” D.B. – Gympie
  • Now that things have finalised I can thank you for putting up with my rambling calls and emails. Thank you for being so supportive.” Bryn
  • “I would like to firstly thank you for being so kind throughout this whole process, you have made this very mundane and at times very tedious process bearable, and actually possible. We know that we couldn’t have done this without you. Your professionalism dealing with this insurance company has been second to none, and I know this process has been a challenge. I am extremely grateful that we have had you in our corner dealing with them. We can’t thank you enough for all your hard work.” W.W.


  • Amanda is a Justice of the Peace and is able to witness documents in that capacity.

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