Nadine Udorovic

Nadine Udorovic

Nadine Udorovic has practiced exclusively in the area of Family Law for over nineteen years.

She has extensive experience in both complex children’s and property matters, Intervention Orders, International family law matters involving Hague applications and non-Hague matters, and property matters and local and international child relocation issues, the preparation of Binding Financial Agreements and Child Support Agreements, surrogacy matters, both domestic and commercial surrogacy, adoption and children’s Court matters.

In March 2009 Nadine became a qualified Collaborative Law Practitioner and runs regular successful collaborations, and has a passion for alternative dispute practices for resolution of divorce and separation.

Nadine also speaks Croatian.

Nadine has practiced in the area of family law since 2004 and also gained practical experience in handling criminal law matters before joining Nicholes Family Lawyers in 2006.

Since 2006 Nadine has practiced exclusively in the area of family and de facto law.
• Bachelor of Arts – Monash University
• Bachelor of Laws – University of New England
• Qualified Collaborative Practitioner
Victorian Law Institute 
Family Business Australia 
Collaborative Professionals Victoria 
• International Academy of Collaborative Professionals 

In the Media
Nadine has been interviewed by the Law Institute of Victoria’s Law Institute Journal regarding her fundraising work in support of brain cancer research – and her very personal connection to this cause.

To read about Nadine’s work in support of brain cancer research funding and the exceptional research work being conducted in this area by The Alfred Brain Program in conjunction with Monash University’s Department of Neuroscience, click here.

Dispute Resolution – Law Institute of Victoria Family Law Special Edition
Nadine Udorovic and colleague Bec Dahl, working with Resolve Conflict Family Lawyers & Mediators Director Cathy Gale, have co-authored “Reshaped, Reframed and Innovated” which looks at new and highly innovative ways couples are being empowered to approach resolving relationship breakdown, with a particular focus on the Our Family in Two Homes (OFTH) approach.

Nicholes Family Lawyers and Resolve Conflict Family Lawyers & Mediators were the first family law firms in Victoria to use OFTH as part of their alternative dispute resolution approaches.

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