The Mission

Adieu is a social enterprise that helps separating families find their best way forward.

We use technology and innovative business models to offer better outcomes to separating couples and their children. We provide both pro bono and profit-for-purpose services to create sustainable, scalable and purposeful change.

We were named Innovator of the Year in the 2020 Australian Accounting Awards and were winners of the ALMPA/LexisNexis Thought Leadership Award. We’re recipients of the Impact Investing Australia Growth Grant, the Federal Government’s Accelerating Commercialisation Grant and the Queensland Government’s Ignite Innovation Fund. We’ve been featured by Lawyers Weekly, ABC Radio, Nine News, Today Extra, The Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail.

Adieu was also the focus of a recent research project with the University of Newcastle, led by Professor Tania Sourdin, Dean of Law and Foundation Chair and Director Australian Centre for Justice Innovation.

The Team

We’re a collective of professionals who has each been successful in our own field and brings a unique perspective to this problem.

Andrew CEO & Co-founder

Andrew is a multi-award winning designer who has spent over 15 years working in innovation. His career has been split between London, Sydney and Brisbane where he’s focused on transformation projects for some of the world’s biggest and most interesting organisations including Barclays, Barclaycard, Deutsche Bank and Toyota.

He’s also an accredited mediator and registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.

Bill COO & Co-founder

Bill is a mediator, arbitrator and accountant with 25 years experience providing accounting support for divorce litigation, dispute resolution and negotiation.

Bill is a published divorce and separation thought leader and a registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner.

Kath Legal Principal

Kath is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with a single-minded passion for access-to-justice. She has focused her career as a lawyer on making legal advice more accessible, initially as a Senior Family Lawyer at Legal Aid Queensland and then in her own practice.

As Legal Principal at Adieu Legal, she is exploring new ways to use technology to connect more people with good legal advice and keep them out of court.

Alison Accounting Principal

Alison is an accountant and tax-agent who has focused her career on making financial information accessible and useful and was a finalist for ‘Innovator of the Year’ in the 2020 Women in Finance Awards.

As Accounting Principal at Adieu - and someone who has been through separation herself - she’s helping change how Australians do financial disclosure by making tech-enabled accounting services accessible to the vast majority of separating couples who have had to go it alone until now.