Our Solicitor Mark Vaughan has always worked in the area of family law, child protection and domestic violence.
A holistic approach to each individual client’s needs has always been important to Big Law.
You may be aware that the partnership (Tony Biggar and Stephen Maguire) of BM Law Solicitors was dissolved. Tony stayed on at the same premises and now carries on an incorporated practice – Big Law Pty Ltd.
A holistic approach to each individual client’s needs has always been important to Tony and Big Law continue to offer all the same legal services as BM Law; looking after Family Law matters, , Conveyancing and Property, and Commercial matters. However, for the first few months of Big Law’s operations, the provision of Family Law services to clients was by way of a strategic alliance with another specialist Family Law practice.
We are now excited to announce that Mark Vaughan who has previously worked at BM Law in the Family Law area has returned to the Strathpine area and joined Big Law Pty Ltd. Mark, together with very experienced support staff are now able to offer Family Law services in-house at Big Law.
For those of you that may not know Mark personally, he has worked for law firms since leaving school in 1997, firstly as an office junior before commencing his Articles whilst studying for his law degree part time. Mark was admitted as a Solicitor in February 2009. He has always worked in the area of family law, child protection and domestic violence.
Mark has completed his initial Collaborative Law training. He has a particular interest in mediation and resolving matters outside of the Court process if possible. This is important to Mark to limit the impact on all parties, especially children, when dealing with separation.
For further information or to contact Mark just give us a call on 3482 6999.
For more information on Mark click here.
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