Kim Lamb commenced with Cahill and Rowe Family Law in May 2012 after graduating from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Psychological Science and from Leo Cussen with a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. Kim was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria in February 2012 and has worked almost exclusively in Family Law since that time.
Kim is committed to assisting clients in all areas of family law, and guiding client’s through the difficulties associated with separating, by providing practical advice having regard to each client’s particular circumstances.
Kim has a particular interest in property matters and working with client’s to achieve the best possible outcome when re-establishing post separation.
Kim regularly appears in the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Family Court of Australia.
Kim’s principal areas of practice include:
- Property settlements
- Spousal maintenance
- Parenting arrangements, including recovery orders
- Family Violence Intervention Orders
- Negotiations and Mediations
Kim also volunteers as a Family Lawyer at the Barwon Community Legal Service night clinic.