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Victoria Principe

Family Lawyer

Victoria is a dedicated and experienced lawyer who specialises in Family Law and draws upon her previous experience in other types of litigation to assist her clients.

Victoria is a highly dedicated and experienced legal professional with a specialist focus on Family Law. Throughout her career, she has adeptly drawn upon her experience in diverse litigation spheres to provide her clients with superior legal guidance and support. With a remarkable skill set in both the procedural and practical aspects of law, Victoria’s track record underscores her proficiency and commitment to her profession.

Victoria applies a commendable understanding of complex legal concepts with a keen business acumen to help her clients comprehend the law in a tangible manner. Her approach centres on elucidating legal jargon and framing viable options for her clients. This aids them in making informed, logical, and beneficial decisions that directly correspond to their unique circumstances. A distinguished alumnus of the University of Technology, Sydney, Victoria holds a Bachelor of Laws degree, accompanied by a Bachelor of Business, earned with Distinction. In addition, she possesses a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice. Her expansive academic foundation equips her with the knowledge to guide her clients on a myriad of family law concerns, encompassing property settlements, divorce proceedings, child support issues, relocation matters, de-facto relationships, and parenting disputes.

Known for her professional integrity and sterling reputation, Victoria is not only an expert advocate during negotiations but also a highly proficient representative in court appearances. Her understanding of the emotional trials often accompanying Family Law matters has honed her ability to foster a supportive and empathetic environment for her clients. She marries her legal acumen with deep-seated compassion, providing bespoke solutions tailored to the individual needs of her clients.

In 2021, Victoria received the honour of being admitted as a Lawyer to the Supreme Court of NSW, and she holds active membership with The Law Society of New South Wales. During her undergraduate tenure at the University of Technology, Sydney, she demonstrated her commitment to social justice by volunteering for Women’s Safety NSW. There, she contributed her skills towards aiding victims of domestic violence, preparing research papers, and making government submissions that highlight the impact of domestic violence on Family Law matters. Victoria’s aptitude for managing the complex webs of law while simultaneously extending empathy and support sets her apart in the legal community, cementing her status as a trusted advisor to her clients.

Our Family Law Services

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Divorce & Separation

Experienced Divorce Lawyers in Sydney

When married couples separate, there is only one ground for the grant of a Divorce Order, and that is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. This is established by the parties being separated for a minimum of 12 months prior to Divorce. In some circumstances, parties can be living under the same roof and still be able to establish this ground.

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Property Settlement

Expert property settlement lawyers

Edwards Moloney Family Lawyers can assist you and your spouse/partner to come to an agreement in relation to all financial matters and issues arising from the breakdown of a relationship, including the division of all assets and liabilities, spouse maintenance payments, superannuation splitting orders and child support departure Orders.

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Negotiation & Resolution

Expert negotiation and resolution lawyers

Opportunities for negotiation and settlement exist not only before proceedings are commenced, but also after proceedings have been commenced and right up until the time that the Court finally hears and determines the matter. Parties can settle a matter at any time.

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Parenting & Children

Parenting and Children Family Lawyers

The best interests of the children is the paramount consideration when determining the most appropriate and suitable arrangements for the children after a separation. At Edwards Moloney Family Lawyers, we encourage our clients to participate in the counselling or mediation services available to assist them to reach an agreement with their spouse/former partner

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Mediation Services

Mediation Lawyers

Edwards Moloney Family Lawyers offer Mediation Services to assist parties to engage in effective dispute resolution. Our Principal, Frances Edwards, has extensive experience in negotiating settlements in both parenting and property matters, and is a National Accredited Mediator and member of LEADR and IAMA.

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De Facto

De Facto Lawyers

De Facto couples (including same sex couples) who separate after 1 March 2009 have the same rights as married couples. The rights and obligations of couples upon the breakdown of a Marriage or De Facto relationship are now all governed by the Family Law Act 1975. De Facto couples who separated prior to 1 March 2009 are still covered by the old State legislation


We are a leading family law firm in Sydney with over 30 years of award-winning experience in matters relating to complex family law matters. We are a full-service family law firm with a rich history of helping clients with complex property settlements, divorce law, divorce negotiations, child custody and mediation services. Our law firm has a strong focus on providing expert specialist advice relating to Family Law following the breakdown of your marriage or de facto relationship.

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We acknowledge the Cammeraygal and Gadigal people being the traditional owners of the land on which we work and their elders past and present.