After growing up in Melbourne, Katryna moved to Hobart in 2011, graduating from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws in 2015, and completing her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice in 2016.
Katryna was admitted in the Supreme Court of Tasmania in August 2016. She commenced practice in Hobart in October 2016, specialising in Family Law, and gaining experience in the areas of criminal defence, child protection, wills and conveyancing. Katryna elected to dedicate herself to the practice of family law and her practice in Hobart included parenting and property matters. Katryna regularly appeared in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, the Magistrates Court of Tasmania and the Supreme Court of Tasmania.
Katryna returned to Melbourne in 2022 and joined the Family Law team at Tisher Liner FC Law in February 2022.
Katryna’s areas of expertise include:
- Parenting matters, including the negotiation and litigation of parenting arrangements, parenting orders, international and interstate relocations, recovery orders and complex parenting matters involving risk;
- Property matters, including all aspects of financial matters, and maintenance;
- Financial Agreements; and
- Child support matters, including Child Support Agreements.
Katryna understands that separation can be a stressful and emotional time and she endeavours to resolve matters in a pragmatic and timely way. Katryna understands the benefits of resolving matters by negotiation and alternate dispute resolution methods where suitable. If Court is required, Katryna is a skilled litigator and confident in both a mediation and Court setting.
In her spare time, Katryna loves travelling, spending time with friends and family and enjoying dining out in Melbourne.
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Qualifications & Industry Memberships
- Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws, University of Tasmania
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By Katryna Induni
13 April 2022