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Lewis Holdway is pleased to announce

Lewis Holdway Lawyers is pleased to announce the appointment of Nahum Ayliffe, Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution practice group and Arthur Athan, Lawyer in the Family Law practice group.

Nahum Ayliffe is an experienced dispute resolution lawyer with a focus on complex insolvency and commercial disputes. With qualifications in commerce and law, Nahum advises liquidators and trustees along with company directors, and has successfully resolved debt restructuring disputes, unfair preference claims and breaches of duties by directors and fiduciaries. Nahum’s approach to litigation is to explore alternative dispute resolution avenues and where a satisfactory outcome cannot be negotiated, he will advance his client’s case through the relevant court or tribunal. Nahum is married to an accountant, has a young son and is an avid cyclist.

Since his admission, Arthur Athan has practiced in family law and he brings his strong ethos of client care to our Family Law practice group. Principal and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Natalie Fielding, comments that Arthur’s appointment is a result of growth in the practice group well known for legal expertise in dealing with all aspects of family law including property cases, children’s cases, financial agreements, child support, asset protection, complex structuring, acting for trustees in bankruptcy and creditors in family law cases, intervention orders and family violence orders. Away from the law, Arthur is a concert pianist and enjoys performing in several recitals each year in Melbourne and interstate.  He is also Director of Music at the Donvale Presbyterian Church.

We are also delighted to announce that Roberta Hosikian in our Dispute Resolution practice group has been made an Associate.

Roberta Hosikian is a talented Lawyer, who commenced with Lewis Holdway Lawyers as a junior Lawyer. Roberta works closely with Paul Holdway in the area of Dispute Resolution and Insolvency. Paul comments that it is a rewarding part of his role as a Principal to witness the growth in confidence and the technical skills and knowledge in all our young lawyers.  Roberta conducts litigation matters in the Victorian and interstate courts and appears at the hearing of Creditor’s Petitions in the Federal Court. She also advises creditors in relation to their enforcement options and advises Trustees and Liquidators regarding their duties and obligations. Roberta serves as a Council member of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Surrey Hills and enjoys spending time at the beach with family and friends.