STAGE 4 RESTRICTIONS – OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19

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Lawyers’ Contact Information

Sally Nicholes, Managing Partner – [email protected]

Keturah Sageman, Senior Partner – [email protected]

Nadine Udorovic, Partner – [email protected]

Rebecca Dahl, Partner – [email protected]

Catherine Giles, Senior Associate – [email protected]

Kate Bell, Senior Associate – [email protected]

Alastair Noakes, Associate – [email protected]

Isabel Britten-Jones, Associate – [email protected]

Charlotte Wyles, Associate – [email protected]

Lauren Battersby, Associate – [email protected]

Olivia Melville, Associate – [email protected]

Mary Helen Woods, Lawyer – [email protected]


Nicholes Family Lawyers is a leading specialist provider of Family Law services based in Melbourne’s CBD with clients throughout Australia and Internationally.

Our team of family and divorce lawyers, many of whom are accredited specialists in Family Law, are dedicated to achieving the best possible outcome for you and your family.

They are experienced in a broad range of specialist family law services which include not only family, divorce and de facto relationship law but also specialist children’s matters, complex property settlements, GLBTI and same sex relationship matters and international family law.

We handle small matters through to the biggest and most complex disputes in the Family Court and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and although our family lawyers are extremely experienced in litigation, we have a firm commitment to avoid court where it is in our clients’ best interest to do so. All our lawyers are trained in alternate dispute resolution methods and we have specialists qualified in collaborative law and participating regularly in mediation.


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