Welcome to 22TEN Legal.
22TEN Legal is the vision of our Principal Lawyer, Kerril Hoswell. A family law firm with a difference.
Ready to assist separating couples to resolve their family law parenting, property and divorce matters, Kerril is experienced in out of court settlements.
Kerril can also assist couples with family law mediation.
Are you buying your dream home or selling to move on – let 22TEN Legal assist you with the conveyancing process.
Tackle your life admin by talking to Kerril today about estate planning for future peace of mind. With fixed fees, future focus, empathy and professionalism – straightforward advice is what you can expect from Kerril and 22TEN Legal.
Our Principal – Kerril Hoswell
Kerril wanted to be a lawyer for as long as she can remember and in 2004, she graduated from the University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, making her dream of becoming a lawyer a reality. Admissions to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2005 and the High Court in 2018 allows Kerril to be able to assist you in New South Wales and also the Federal jurisdiction.
In 2021, Kerril completed her Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice and was accredited as a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner with the Attorney General’s Department.
When not lawyering, you can find Kerril down at the Singleton Netball courts. Kerril has been their secretary for the past 8 years and counts herself as one of the NSW Swifts biggest fans.
You might also find her where you can get coffee. Kerril loves a good coffee and claims that coffee is a little cup of happiness.
As secretary of the Singleton Business Chamber, Kerril has a passion for seeing businesses small and large succeed.
When not volunteering, Kerril likes to relax by reading a good book or watching Netflix with her husband.
She is also the mum to two teenage daughters and two furbaby pugs.
Bachelor of Laws – 2004
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice – 2004
Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice – 2021
Supreme Court of New South Wales – 2005
High Court of Australia – 2018
Accredited FDRP with the Attorney General’s Department – 2021
Member of Law Society
Member of Mediation Institute