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Nexus gains three Group Principals

Posted by Jacqueline Keddie | 13 February 2019 | Corporate & Commercial

Sol Dolor, journalist with Australasian Lawyer profiles THREE SENIOR LAWYERS who have joined Nexus Law Group.

• Estate planning, assets protection, business succession, trusts, and superannuation lawyer Tara Lucke – FB link Tara Lucke Legal – serves clients mostly in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Northern NSW.

• In Sydney are accredited family lawyer with 25 years of experience Maria Monastiriotis, and Claudio Venegas who has decades of experience in insolvency, reconstruction and debt recovery.

• Maria and Claudio add to the language proficiency in Nexus, respectively speaking Greek and Spanish.

Click here to view Sol Dolor’s full article.

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