When you meet the team at Howe Jenkin, you can take comfort knowing that each of our lawyers are specialists in all areas of family law. We will make you feel welcome and at ease when discussing your legal matters.
He was originally articled to, and subsequently in partnership with, the late Justice Ted Mullighan, one of the State’s finest lawyers. He has acted primarily in financial matters, and has particular experience in those matters involving companies, businesses and trusts and more complex financial issues.
He has acted in a number of property disputes in de facto relationships (which are now dealt with under the Family Law Act). Prior to the commencement of Howe Jenkin in April 2014, Greg was the principal of Howe Martin & Associates.
Greg was invited to become a Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) in 2004, and is one of only two practitioners in South Australia who are Fellows of the IAFL. Greg was appointed the co-chair of the Organising Committee for the highly successful 19th National Family Law Conference held in Adelaide in August 2022.
Greg was elected in November 2008 as the South Australian Representative to the National Executive of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, and remains a member of the Executive.
Greg is also a member of the Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators (“AIFLAM”) and, whilst not an accredited mediator, Greg has acted for a number of clients who elect to attempt to resolve their disputes by mediation.
Our firm has been rated by Doyle’s Guide in the highest ranked family law firms in South Australia from 2015-2024. In the 2023 and 2024 Guide, Greg was ranked as one of only three preeminent family lawyers in the state, along side fellow director David Jenkin. Greg has also been ranked as a preeminent family lawyer in High Value & Complex matters.
For the past 30 years he has practised in mediation and is one of this SA’s best known mediators. He is a nationally accredited mediator and has conducted over 500 mediations primarily involving disputes over family law property settlement entitlements but also in wide ranging areas from a dispute involving a university and one of its faculties to employee and employer disputes, franchisee/ franchisor and partnership disputes. He was a sessional mediator at what is now known as Relationships Australia for 6 years.
Because of his wide experience in commercial disputes, David is known for his expertise in advising on the more complex commercial issues in family law property settlement disputes such as interests in trusts and companies and taxation aspects and for his expertise in drafting and advising on Financial Agreements – an area fraught with danger for the inexperienced.
David is a former national director of LEADR (now Resolution Institute).
David is a current member of the:
- Law Society of SA Mediation Panel
- Panel of Mediators for Magistrates Court
- AIFLAM (Australian Institute of Family Law Mediators & Arbitrators) Panel of Mediators
- ASBFEO franchising disputes mediation panel
- Family Law Section of Law Council of Australia
Our firm has been rated by Doyle’s Guide in the highest ranked family law firms in South Australia from 2015-2024. In the 2023 and 2024 Guide, David was ranked as one of only three preeminent family lawyers in the state, along side fellow director Greg Howe.
David was also ranked as one of the leading family lawyers in High Value & Complex matters and as a leading family law mediator in 2024.
Jane has been recognised in Doyle’s Guide to Family Lawyers as a recommended lawyer for the years 2019 -2024, and specialises in all areas of family law including financial/property settlements for married and defacto couples, all types of financial agreements, spousal maintenance and parenting and child support matters. Jane can assist with both straightforward matters whereby parties are largely in agreement, or in complex matters including matters of significant value.
However, Jane does have a particular interest in assisting her clients in parenting matters that can arise as a result of a breakdown of a relationship. In that regard, Doyle’s Guide has listed Jane as one of the leading lawyers in South Australia from 2019 – 2024. In 2017 and 2018, Doyle’s Guide listed Jane as a recommended lawyer in parenting matters.
Jane is a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, the Law Society of South Australia and Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators.
In addition to spending time with her family including her husband and two young children, in her spare time, Jane sits on the Governing Council of one of Adelaide’s leading independent girls’ schools.
She is currently working in the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Tim has a strong interest in assisting clients to resolve all issues arising from separation, including parenting arrangements, financial matters and child support.
Tim is a member of the Family Law Section of Law Council of Australia and the Law Society of South Australia.
The Doyles Guide has named Tim as being a recommended family lawyer in South Australia since 2021. In both 2023 and 2024 Tim has been named as a recommended lawyer in parenting and children’s matters.
Anthony is a director of the firm and has worked almost exclusively in family law since his admission to practice in 2012. He has a broad range of experience in family law, having acted in parenting matters involving serious issues of risk, and also property settlements involving complex business structures.
In 2021, Anthony was awarded a Master of Laws (with Commendation) from the Australian National University.
The Doyles Guide has named Anthony as being a recommended family lawyer in South Australia in 2023 and 2024.
Anthony is a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia and the Law Society of South Australia.
Antonella joined the Howe Jenkin team in January 2023. She has practiced primarily in family law since her admission in 2018 and she is pleased to assist clients with all aspects of family law arising from separation, including parenting and financial matters.
Antonella commenced her legal career in 2018 with the Honourable Justice Berman in the Family Court of Australia (as it then was). She gained significant exposure to complex litigation both in respect of parenting and financial matters and further, had the opportunity to assist the Judicial Council on Cultural Diversity with a number of key projects including a literature review on cultural considerations in alternative dispute resolution.
Antonella was named the Law Society of South Australia’s “Young Lawyer of the Year” in 2021 due to her contribution to the law and to her community. She has been an active volunteer with Red Cross SA since January 2020 in both the Emergency Services and the Telecross teams. She provides support services as a volunteer to isolated and vulnerable members of the community as well as emergency support to affected community members following natural disasters.
Antonella is a longstanding member of the Women Lawyers’ Association of South Australia; having joined the committee in 2022/23 she was elected Vice President for 2023/24. She holds professional membership with the Law Society of South Australia, the Family Law Section, PRIDE in Law, and Justice for Refugees. Antonella is a member of the Lions Club of Australian Hearing Dogs and an active fundraiser for the club.
Doyles List has recently recognised Antonella as a Rising Star in the 2024 rankings.