Suzana works predominantly in the areas of Family Law, Property Law and Wills & Estates and is conveniently based in our Parramatta Office.
She works in a diverse practice group that has enabled her to develop a broad range of experience and skills across multiple areas of law. As a result, she is able to provide her clients with a wide spectrum of legal advice branching across numerous legal arenas.
Suzana is a keen observer of jurisprudential development, and in particular fosters an interest in the competing tensions between family law, property and estate law. In her previous endeavours, she has been awarded with the Dean’s Award in the Australian School of Business (UNSW) and the Academic Achievement Award Scholarship (UNSW). Given that her main areas of practice converge upon property based transactions, Suzana has recently completed a Masters of Law (specialising in Taxation) at the University of Sydney.
Having had the bulk of her experience in ‘people focused’ areas of law, Suzana has an extremely high regard for the maintenance of excellent client relations, and derives great satisfaction from meeting and exceeding clients’ expectations. She has a deep respect for each client’s individual circumstances and continuously strives to negotiate creative and efficient solutions for her clients.
Her services provide a well-rounded combination of Court-based skill and knowledge of the law to ensure that her clients are provided with a smooth and hassle free experience of the legal industry.
If you are currently experiencing a breakdown of a relationship and you are unsure about your entitlements or simply need some guidance as what happens next, contact Suzana Dimitrijevic on 1300 599 999.
Bachelor of Commerce (UNSW) (awarded with Distinction) – 2013.
Dean’s Award in the Australian School of Business (UNSW)
Academic Achievement Award Scholarship (UNSW)
Bachelor of Laws (UNSW) -2013.
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP) -2014.
Masters of Tax Law (USYD) – 2018.
Awarded First Place in Asset Protection (USYD Masters) – 2017.
Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales - August 2014.
Admitted to the High Court of Australia - 2015.
Member of the Law Society of New South Wales.
Member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia.