Bronia A Tulloch


Barrister

Admitted:
6 May 1996
Bar:
19 Nov 1998
Location:
Room 0621, Owen Dixon Chambers East,
205 William Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Bronia was admitted to practice in 1996 and joined the Bar in 1998. 

Bronia’s areas of experience include residence and contact, con-travention proceedings, child support, property (including de facto relationships), child and spousal maintenance, intervention orders, enforcement proceedings and costs disputes. She has a particular interest in relocation cases, financial matters which involve family businesses and appeals. She appears regularly in Federal Circuit Court, the Family Court and the Full Court sitting in Melbourne, on circuit and interstate. Bronia is also available for paperwork and advice in all areas of family law, including the preparation of written submissions and Notices of Appeal.

Bronia is frequently briefed as a mediator and on behalf of a party in mediations and settlement negotiations. She is able to commu-nicate with clients, solicitors and appear in court and at mediations via telephone and video link when required.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Appellate
Commercial Law
Equity & Trusts
Family Law

Profile1

Bronia was admitted to practice in 1996 and joined the Bar in 1998. 

Bronia’s areas of experience include residence and contact, con-travention proceedings, child support, property (including de facto relationships), child and spousal maintenance, intervention orders, enforcement proceedings and costs disputes. She has a particular interest in relocation cases, financial matters which involve family businesses and appeals. She appears regularly in Federal Circuit Court, the Family Court and the Full Court sitting in Melbourne, on circuit and interstate. Bronia is also available for paperwork and advice in all areas of family law, including the preparation of written submissions and Notices of Appeal.

Bronia is frequently briefed as a mediator and on behalf of a party in mediations and settlement negotiations. She is able to commu-nicate with clients, solicitors and appear in court and at mediations via telephone and video link when required.

Arbitration Qualifications

  • AIFLAM (Member)