PROFILE

Full Name: Daniel T Cash
Email: dcash@vicbar.com.au
Phone:+61 3 9225 7777
Fax:+61 3 9225 8480
Mobile:0415 764 015
Date of Admission: 15 Mar 2005
Called to the Bar: 20 Nov 2008
Qualifications: B.A., LL.B.

Profile

Daniel Cash is a trial advocate specialising in family law, criminal law and intervention order proceedings.

Family Law

For almost a decade, Daniel has been representing clients in Courts exercising jurisdiction under the Family Law Act (1975) in relation to both parenting and property issues. He provides specialist advice and representation to his clients in both interim and final hearings.

Criminal Law

In the criminal law jurisdiction Daniel appears regularly in trials, appeals, pleas, committal hearings and summary contested hearings. He has appeared in the High Court of Australia and in the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal in appeals against sentence.

Intervention Orders:

Daniel has particular expertise in representing clients applying for and defending intervention order proceedings. His involvement in family law matters often commences with dealing with intervention order proceedings pursuant to the Family Violence Protection Act (Vic) and the Personal Safety Intervention Orders Act (Vic). As such, he has a firm grasp of the interplay between intervention orders, family law proceedings and criminal liability.

In addition, Daniel also appears in civil disputes in the Magistrates’ and County Courts and in mediations.

Prior to signing the bar roll Daniel gained substantial experience as a solicitor/advocate in the criminal and family law jurisdictions in suburban firms and at the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service in Victoria and the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency in the Northern Territory.

Areas of Practice

Common Law/Personal Injury

  • Motor Vehicles
  • Workers Compensation

Commercial

Public/Administrative

  • Judicial Review and administrative law

Criminal

  • Appellate
  • Crimes against the person
  • Proceeds of Crime/Money Laundering

Family Law and Guardianship

  • Care and Protection

Industrial/Employment

  • Employment Contracts and Restraint of Trade


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