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A passion for helping people through a tumultuous time is what drives Nick to achieve the best possible outcome for his Family Law clients.
Since being admitted to practice in 2004, he has been exposed to some extremely sensitive and complex legal matters. After starting his career at South Australia’s Legal Services Commission, where he faced a broad range of issues practicing general law, Nick moved to the United Kingdom to work in child protection. It was there that he developed exceptional skills in dealing with child issues through representation in large, multifaceted cases.
While Family Law clients often come to Nick feeling stressed and uncertain, they are comforted by his ability to take complete control of their legal matter. Recognising that emotion can stand in the way of resolutions, Nick applies his calming temperament and the principles of Law to successfully conclude many disputes.
“The practice of Family Law takes more than being a good listener and a zealous advocate for your client,” Nick says.
“Both of these are important to me, but equally so is the ability to bring a measured approach to achieve the best possible result.”
Nick thrives on the technical aspect of his work, and his clients benefit from his considerable knowledge of the Law.
With a rare blend of people skills and a thorough understanding of Family Law, Nick Mules is a professional who can be relied upon by his clients.
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- Bachelor of Arts – University of Adelaide (1999)
- Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) – University of Adelaide (2003)
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice – Law Society of South Australia (2004)
- Graduate Certificate in Business Administration – Flinders University (2016)
- Matrimonial and De Facto Relationships
- Child Issues
- Child Support
- Property Settlement
MY PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
- Member of the Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
Christmas is fast approaching. For separated families it is a potentially difficult time if former partners can’t agree over care arrangements for the children over the holiday period. If you have children with a former partner, now is the time to sort out those care arrangements. Getting a headstart on this will help avoid...Read more