Mark Brown was admitted to practice as a solicitor on 8th July 1983. Prior to entering private practice, he held various positions within the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Court of Australia including Deputy Registrar in each Court. He was also a Deputy Registrar of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
Since entering private practice in 1983 Mark has specialised in the area of family law. Mark was accredited by the Law Society of NSW as a Family Law Specialist in 1995. In attempting to resolve family law issues, the assistance of an experienced practitioner is invaluable and Mark is one of the most experienced family law practitioners in the south-west region of Sydney. Other solicitors often refer clients to Mark for Family Law issues.
Vanessa Breton is Mark’s senior litigation support staff member. She has worked with Mark as a senior legal assistant for over 25 years, and is highly skilled in all aspects of the work carried out on this office. Vanessa was appointed as a Justice of the Peace in 1990.
Nancy Belousov is the person that you will initially speak to when you call the office. She also is a skilled member of the litigation support team and a skilled conveyancer. Nancy will assist Mark with the day to day carriage of your sale or purchase, and litigation support.
Josephine Mijatovic is a legal support staff member and is also currently completing her law degree at Wollongong University. She, like all of our staff, is both friendly and efficient.
Carol Pagonis takes care of the bookkeeping, accounts, and the office administration side of the practice and is the person to speak to if you have any query in relation to an account.
George Breton is a highly experienced specialist criminal lawyer who conducts his practice from an office within Mark Brown & Assocs. You will notice for instance that our telephone is answered “Mark Brown & Assocs and Breton Legal”. George is a former police prosecutor with over 20 years experience in the area of criminal law and we highly recommend him for anyone who requires a criminal lawyer.