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EVENT: Tips and Traps for Real Estate Agents in Dealing with Family Law Litigants – 30 August 2018

Residential and Commercial real estate is often a contentious issue in Family Law Proceedings. Agents are relied upon to value properties, deal and dispose of them appropriately and to provide the court with subpoenaed documents and expert testimony.

Nicholes Family Lawyers would like to invite you to attend our presentation ‘Tips and Traps for Real Estate Agents in Dealing with Family Law Litigants’ on 30 August 2018 at 6pm. The presentation will be held at our offices at Level 12, 460 Lonsdale St, Melbourne.

This complimentary event provides the opportunity for professionals in housing and property to learn about the implications and consequences of family law proceedings on property sales. Our esteemed panel of guests will provide insight into a wide range of topics including the process of sale for properties in family law matters, court orders, lodgement and removal of caveats, PEXA, complying with subpoenas and more. The presentation will be interactive, offering guests the opportunity to ask questions on prevalent issues.

Our panel includes:

Nadine Udorovic, Partner, Nicholes Family Lawyers: Nadine has practiced exclusively in family law at Nicholes Family Lawyers for 13 years and has experience in both complex property and parenting matters, international family law, intervention order matters and Binding Financial Agreements/ Binding Child Support Agreements. Nadine is a qualified Collaborative Practitioner.

Mark McKillop, Barrister, Foley’s List: Mark has 20 years’ experience in commercial law as a solicitor and as counsel. Mark regularly accepts briefs in all commercial matters with a particular focus on insolvency, banking, corporations, property and tax litigation. In addition to this Mark has an extensive advisory practice, providing advice in relation to insolvency and reconstruction, mortgage assessment, banking, PPSA, family law related security and mortgage matters and incorporated associations.

Scott Keck, Chairman, Charter Keck Cramer: Scott has 48 years of property valuation experience within the Melbourne market. He has been Chairman of Charter Keck Cramer for the past 8 years. As an experienced independent practitioner Scott provides specialist strategic and mediation consulting. Scott is regularly engaged as a senior negotiator in complex commercial and statutory issues related to the property market. In addition to this Scott frequently appears as an expert witness in litigation proceedings. Putting his experience and knowledge to use Scott has published over 500 articles in the last 8 years relating to the property market.

Clare Batrouney, Special Counsel, Maddocks: Clare has recently been promoted to the position of Special Counsel having worked at Maddocks for the past 13 years. Clare has extensive experience in all areas of commercial property transactions with a particular emphasis on acquisitions and dispositions of property, property redevelopment projects and leasing of land.

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tips-and-traps-for-real-estate-agents-in-dealing-with-family-law-litigants-tickets-48827996853. Please note that places are limited.

If you have further questions please do not hesitate to contact us on 9670 4122 or reception@nicholeslaw.com.au




By Nicholes Family Lawyers


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