Clare Gleeson, Solicitor

B.Sc (Env), LLB, GDLP

Clare has worked in government, a large corporate firm and in small business, specialising in property, planning and environmental law at first, and now working as a generalist in most areas of the law. Clare is a mother of two young children and the wife of a winemaker. Clare enjoys spending time in the ocean and playing underwater hockey.

She is on the committee of the Dunsborough Yallingup Chamber of Commerce and she is a member of both the Margaret River and Busselton Chambers.

Clare lives near Cowaramup, however she enjoys travelling in the south west region, so if you would like to schedule an appointment in your home town of Augusta, Margaret River, Nannup, Bridgetown, Dunsborough, Busselton or Bunbury she would be happy to meet you there.

Culture and Environment

Cape to Cape Lawyers acknowledges the traditional owners of the land and are grateful that the Undalup Association has endorsed the creation of this business. Cape to Cape Lawyers is committed to having a minimal environmental footprint. Let us know if you would like to find out more about our cultural and environmental commitments.

Legal Fees

Cape to Cape Lawyers offers all of its services on a fixed fee basis. That way, there are no surprises for clients. In most cases, we recommend that you attend a free half hour consult with us before engaging us, so that we can ensure that your matter is the right fit for our business and to advise you of any possible add-costs that may arise for your particular type of matter. We also work on a pro bono (free) basis for eligible persons and organisations in need.

We are here to assist you with your legal matter.

Family law, divorce law, separation, parenting matters, wills, estates, probate, leases, property law, town planning, environmental law, bank guarantees, commercial law, neighbour disputes, solicitors certificates.