February 8, 2023
Doyle's Guide

Teagan McEwan, Suke & Associates

Teagan completed a double degree of Law and Commerce at Southern Cross University (QLD) and Curtin University (WA). Teagan completed her Practical Legal Training at College of Law in Queensland.

Teagan began working in Family Law whilst studying in Perth, Western Australia and has 12 years experience within the Family Law realm and legal sector. Teagan has worked within multiple jurisdictions including, Western Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Teagan practices across all areas of family law and has a particular interest in domestic violence and complex property matters including trustee in bankruptcy matters. Teagan has appeared in the Supreme Court, Federal Circuit Court, Family Court, County Court and Magistrates Court including appearances in QCAT and VCAT.

Teagan has spent time during a secondment to Commercial Litigation with a prominent Commercial Law firm in Melbourne where she worked on complex commercial disputes and interpretation, trustee in bankruptcy matters, shareholder and partnership disputes as well as quasi criminal building order matters.

Teagan's expertise consist of:

Complex property settlements including, challenges to setting aside Financial Agreements, International business and offshore investments, estate matters involved in family law proceedings, Trustee in bankruptcy proceedings,third party proceedings and asset protection – financial agreements

Parenting disputes (including Magellan List matters)

Same-sex relationships

Child support issues

Intervention Orders

Family Violence

Teagan understands the complications that come with family law and commercial transactions. There are many complex family law situations that often have commercial and financial ramifications.

Phone
03 8639 5540
Location
Melbourne CBD
Contact Email
tmcewan@sukeandassociates.com.au
Country
Australia
State
Victoria
City
Melbourne

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