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Nour Harb

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Nour became a part of Tindall Gask Bentley in 2018, after graduating from the University of South Australia. An ideal fit for the TGB team, Nour received an invitation to join the Golden Key International Honour Society to recognise her outstanding academic achievements during her studies.

Nour has practiced exclusively within Wills and Estates during her TGB journey. Wills and Estates demands excellence in client communication and extensive knowledge of the field, and this dynamic young lawyer has worked across her department with many experienced practitioners in all facets of wills and estates, estate litigation and superannuation disputes.

Nour’s approach to her work is client-centric, ensuring their goals remain in focus while delivering on a successful resolution. She makes litigation simpler and transparent, combining compassion and commerciality for her clients’ best possible outcome.

From preparing clients for their future, to guiding them through life’s most challenging times throughout death and disputes, Nour works hard to ensure her clients are well-advised, supported and always informed about their options.

Nour Harb

Lawyer

My Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of South Australia
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, College of Law Australia
  • Certificate of Legal Business Skills, College of Law Australia
  • Admitted to Practice 2019

 

My Areas of expertise

  • Wills and Estate Planning
  • Testamentary Trusts
  • Deceased Estates and Estate Administration
  • Complex Probate Applications
  • Disputed Estates
  • Superannuation Claims, Disputes and Complaints

 

My Professional memberships

  • Member of the Law Society of South Australia

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Protecting those you love.

Recent national headlines following the tragic story of South Australian woman Ann Marie Smith have left many feeling horrified and helpless. Ms Smith was found in deplorable conditions, having been abandoned for days to slowly perish, sitting upright in her squalid chair. Ms Smith suffered multi-organ failure as a result of...

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