Nathan Kuperholz

  • Nathan Kuperholz

    Professional Career

    Nathan Kuperholz started his legal career in South Africa thirty years ago. On arriving in Australia in 1977 he joined the Firm known as Phillips Fox & Masel. In 1980 he joined Holding Redlich as a Partner, retiring from that role in 1988 but staying on as a consultant.

    In 1998 he established an association with Kliger Partners whose principal members he had known for twenty years. Nathan continues to operate his practice from the offices of Kliger Partners in Queen Street, Melbourne.

    Nathan Kuperholz has extensive experience in Property and related law. He also established and ran a commercial litigation department as well as acquiring extensive knowledge of Trust Law and Family Law. Nathan continues to act as a general business consultant to many large Victorian corporations and his knowledge and experience of litigation in all jurisdictions of State and Federal courts has been beneficial to numerous clients both large and small.

    Contact Details

    Phone: (03) 8600 8800
    Fax: (03) 8600 8801
    DX 343 Melbourne


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