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ABOUT Melita Lloyd – BA | MCrim | JD | GradDipLP

Legal Drafter & Lawyer


Melita Lloyd has practised almost exclusively in Family Law since she was admitted to practice in 2011. She has also worked in criminal law and as a Legal Aid duty lawyer.

Melita is passionate about family law, more particularly children’s matters. She understands the emotional strain that separation takes on a family, especially the financial burden. Melita focuses on cost effective and expedient resolutions for families.


  • Bachelor of Arts - University of Queensland
  • Juris Doctor - Bond University
  • Master of Criminology - Bond University
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Legal Practice - Bond University
  • Certificate of Mediation - Queensland University of Technology


  • Queensland Law Society (QLS)
  • Family Law Practitioners Association (FLPA)
  • Women On Boards

Volunteer Positions

  • Women's Legal Service - Solicitor (2017 - 2018)
  • Archery Australia - Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO)

With a wealth of education and expertise in legal drafting in family law and domestic violence matters, Melita can help you get your legal documents drafted.

The Legal Drafter is known for doing what she says, aiming to bring favourable results for her clients as soon as possible.

Areas of Expertise

Melita’s area of expertise is in legal drafting. Correctly drafted court documents can be instrumental to the quick and desirable resolution of your matter. Many of the court forms are self-explanatory, and the court’s websites provide brief instructions on filling out many forms. However, the documents you file are of critical importance. Your Affidavit, or Consent Orders you are seeking from the court are the judge’s first exposure to your matter.

Too often, people without experience in legal drafting will include unnecessary or inappropriate information in their court documents instead of focusing on facts relevant to their matter.

Well written and accurate documents supporting your matter will give the court the best possible view of your position. This will then make any court appearance easier for you and prevent any unnecessary delays during the court process.  It will also prevent your Consent Orders being returned to you from the Family Court of Australia because they aren’t correctly drafted.

We know what facts and information best supports your case and will ensure all the important and relevant information you provide to us is included to support your matter.

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