O'Sullivan Davies Lawyers

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Nick graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1992 and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia in 1993. He was admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2002 shortly after joining O'Sullivan Davies.

Nick has been practising family law since 1993. He became an Accredited Family Law Specialist in 1999. He has experience in all areas of Family Law and regularly appears as an advocate. Nick has appeared as counsel at trials in the Family Court and other Courts.

Nick's interests in family law are wide ranging from cases involving businesses, trusts, companies and large property settlements right through to complex proceedings involving children, such as relocation cases, allegations of child abuse and also allegations of difficulties in the parent child relationship.

Nick represents clients not just from metropolitan Perth but also rural and regional parts of Western Australia. Nick has also acted for clients based in various parts of the world including Europe and Asia.

Nick has also presented seminars relating to family law matters to other members of the legal profession as well as other organisations.

Nick is a member of both the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia and the Family Law Practitioner's Association of Western Australia of which he is a past council member and treasurer.

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O'Sullivan Davies Lawyers
Level 27,  197 St Georges Tce
Perth WA 6000

Phone : +61 8 9426 4711

Fax : +61 8 9426 4722

info@osullivandavies.com.au

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