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Why Armstrong Kutz Lawyers?
I have known MaryAnn Armstrong for more than 10 years. MaryAnn left her job as a teacher and trained to be a lawyer so she could fight the sort of injustice to which she had been subjected. As an investigative reporter, I frequently come into contact with very fragile whistle-blowers and news sources who need empathetic and creative legal advice from someone who understands and recognises the symptoms caused by trauma–related injuries.
MaryAnn has helped to protect children in Family Court cases from abuse. She has helped to achieve freedom for patients from Involuntary Treatment Orders that were inappropriate; she has helped victims of abuse to achieve compensation for their injuries; she has helped clients to protect their assets in Family Court property settlements; she has helped victims of crime to secure financial support; and she has helped parents of abused children to obtain school fee refunds.
Dr Amanda Gearing / Journalist, author, broadcaster
There Is No Lawyer More Eloquent Than the Heart.
Sylvain Maréchal (1788)