Amy Sanders-Robbins is a Finalist in the AusMumpreneur Awards

August 8, 2022

Our Amy Sanders-Robbins has been named a finalist in 3 categories in the upcoming AusMumpreneur Awards:

  • Rising Star
  • Professional Services Business
  • Women’s Champion

The AusMumpreneur Awards presented by The Women’s Business School celebrate and recognise Australian Mums in business achieving outstanding success in areas such as business excellence, product development, customer service and digital innovation. The awards are designed to recognise the growing number of women who successfully balance motherhood and business in a way that suits their life and family.

Amy started Bespoke Family Lawyers in January 2018 to help people uncouple legally, financially and mindfully from their relationship so they can rebuild and move forward with their next chapter. You can learn more about Amy and Bespoke Family Lawyers here.

What makes Bespoke Family Lawyers unique is its approach to separation – Amy empowers her clients and community to see separation as an opportunity and the start of their evolution.

It is this future focused approach and the way Amy and her team combine their exceptional understanding of human psychology and legal expertise to guide clients through the legal and real-life challenges of their separation that has contributed to Amy’s recognition as a finalist.  Unlike other law firms, Amy has created a business with people, connection and freedom at its heart.

Amy is delighted to be named as a finalist and is proud of her achievements, particularly growing and cultivating a business and team that celebrates collaboration, wellbeing and flexibility and for the positive impact that she has had on families as she supports them to rebuild and move forward to living their best life going forward…one filed with joy, meaningful relationships and the power and confidence to be the master of their own destiny

There are many benefits to balancing business and motherhood as Amy explains, “I’ve been able to create a business that gives me the freedom and flexibility to parent and live the way I want, while doing work that I love in a way that I feel aligns with my core values, strengths and the positive impact I want to share with my clients, team and community.”

It can be challenging to be a successful business woman whilst raising a family and Amy gives this advice for others thinking about starting their own business “Find your people. The ones who you can walk through your business journey with, who you can talk through your challenges and triumphs, the ones who inspire you and cheer you on and the ones who can offer you a fresh perspective and challenge your thinking.”

Read more at about AusMumpreneur and the upcoming Awards here.


This article is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or any other professional advice.

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