Megan McFarlane

Megan McFarlane

Megan (Meg) is aware of how important it is to engage a lawyer with a broad base of knowledge across a range of practice areas to assist you with your legal issue.

Meg began her legal career in a busy regional firm in the Riverland before joining us in 2011 as an Associate Lawyer.

Meg's primary areas of focus include sale and purchase of property or business, commercial leases, land divisions, water licensing, liquor licensing, partnerships, trusts, self-managed superannuation funds, contracts, deeds of agreement, loan agreements or other security documents.

Meg is also experienced in estate planning and assisting families to administer the estate of a deceased loved one.

Those seeking advice as to separation, including dividing property interests, protecting their assets or finalising a divorce can also turn to Meg for comprehensive and sensible advice, support and advocacy. Regardless of whether your assets are modest or substantial, Meg has the experience and common sense to help you to achieve your best outcome. Meg also assists parents in uniting with their children, negotiating sustainable parenting agreements that stabilise conflict for the long term, and preparing or defending urgent Applications concerning relocation or protection of children.

Whilst acting as an avid advocate for your position, Meg also emphasises alternative dispute resolution to achieve a beneficial and affordable outcome for you away from the courtroom. Meg considers not only the legal aspects of your matter but also provides frank advice as to the practical issues that you face - including timelines, cost, ramification of a certain course of action, and whether there are any other alternative solutions available to you.

Meg has a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Honours) and a Bachelor of International Studies from Flinders University. She is a member of the Law Society of South Australia, Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia, and is admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia and High Court of Australia.

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