Dominique joined McVeagh Fleming in January 2023 and regularly advises on a range of family law matters including relationship property (protection of assets and separation matters), parenting / care of children issues, domestic violence and adoption and surrogacy matters.
Dominique studied at the University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology. She began her career working in-house for a publicly listed New Zealand company and then in a corporate advisory role for a large law firm before moving into family law at the end of 2017.
BA, University Of Auckland, Majoring in Psychology
LLB, University of Auckland
Member of the New Zealand Law Society
Member of the New Zealand Law Society Family Law Section
Member of Auckland District Law Society
Relationship Property (Protection of Assets and Separation Matters)
Parenting / Care of Children Issues
Adoption and Surrogacy Matters
Outside of work, Dominique enjoys spending time with her young family and her friends. Dominique has an interest in fashion and in sports, in particular, martial arts, having spent 12 years practicing Karate for which she represented New Zealand.