Josephine Sergi

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Senior Associate

Josephine understands that all families are different and the dynamics, motivations and issues within each one varies.  She provides tailored and practical advice, to achieve agreeable outcomes which minimise conflict. When court action becomes necessary she is a strong advocate for her clients.

Josephine is experienced across the full range of family law services, but her primary areas of specialisation include property matters featuring family businesses and complex corporate structures, overseas assets, trusts, taxation and valuation issues, third parties and undisclosed assets.  This is complemented by her discreet and sensitive ability to advise on and manage parenting matters.

Areas of expertise

  • Divorce and separation
  • Parenting arrangements and disputes
  • Property protection and division
  • Financial agreements (before, during and after a relationship)
  • Complex business, company and trust structures
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Superannuation
  • International parenting and financial matters
  • Child support

Josephine is a member of various organisations including the Law Institute of Victoria, the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, Victorian Women Lawyers, the Australian Italian Lawyers Association and ALTO.

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