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Latest News    14 August 2017
Can de facto couples share their super if they split?

Lavan’s Family Law partner Framy Anne Browne talks to 6PR Ross Greenwood about a push that could see de facto couples split their super.

To listen to the podcast please click on the link below.

http://www.6pr.com.au/podcast/can-de-facto-couples-share-their-super-if-they-split/

Latest News    03 July 2017
Lavan appoints partner             Cinzia Donald

Lavan is pleased to announce the appointment of Cinzia Donald as a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team. 

Latest News    03 July 2017
Lavan’s latest appointments

Lavan is pleased to announce a series of new mid year appointments including Cameron Bourhill, Daniel Moss, Jasmine Sims, Ahshiba Sultana and Michael Suttner.

Latest News    14 March 2017
Law firm branches out as business changes

The economic downturn and increased competition means WA legal firm Lavan has had to work hard to retain its edge. Lavan managing partner Dean Hely said the landscape was changing for traditional legal firms, driven by more competition for a smaller pool of work.

Latest News    13 March 2017
Introducing Lavan’s First Nations practice group

Lavan is pleased to announce the establishment of its First Nations practice group.

Latest News    31 January 2017
Lavan hires National Indigenous Law Student of the Year 2016

Lavan is proud to announce the appointment of National Indigenous Law Awards (NILA) student of the year, Johanna Byrne, in the firm’s 2017 graduate intake.

Latest News    04 January 2017
New appointments at Lavan

Lavan is pleased to announce the following new year appointments.

Latest News    04 January 2017
Lavan Appointments

Lavan is pleased to announce the following new year appointments.

Latest News    09 December 2016
Lavan welcomes Amanda Kailis

Lavan is pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Kailis as a special counsel in Litigation and Dispute Resolution.

Latest News    18 November 2016
Lavan Legal is now Lavan

The only constant in life is change. Our clients’ needs are changing, our service offering continues to change, the competition is changing and the economy in Western Australia continues to evolve. It is therefore important that our brand reflects the changing nature of the world around us.