Vanessa Varga is the founder of our law firm Varga Lawyers. A leading specialist in Wills & Estates in South Australia, Vanessa was recognised in the Doyle’s Guide in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Vanessa is passionate about providing an authentic legal service in a nurturing environment. Under her guidance you will experience a greater sense of control over your legal matter.
Vanessa created the firm in less than perfect circumstances; she was a single mother of two young boys with minimal savings. Her determination propelled her to be the successful woman she now is today. She will apply that same drive to help you navigate your legal matter and overcome the obstacles you face. Her commitment is second to none; you definitely want Vanessa on your team!
Highly regarded, Vanessa not only practices the law, she is also an academic at Flinders University, being the author and sole lecturer of the Succession Law topic and a former academic of the University of South Australia.
Notwithstanding that she is a professional, Vanessa is very down to earth and approachable. Call her today to have a chat about your matter.
Samantha joined the Varga Lawyers team in 2019 and is a great addition to the firm. She graduated from UniSA with First Class Honours, choosing to complete her degree by writing an Honours thesis.
Samantha is an articulate advocate who loves the intricacies of the law. She is able to assist you by ensuring your intentions are accurately conveyed in your will or provide you with considered advice regarding the validity of testamentary documents and family provision claims. Her attention to detail is second to none, giving you the upmost confidence in her expertise.
Samantha is personable and approachable. She has a friendly, warm demeanour which will assure you that you’ve made the right decision in choosing Varga Lawyers.
Outside of the office, Samantha loves catching up on the latest movies and has an appreciation for chocolate.
Samantha would be happy to assist you with your legal matter, so please feel free to contact her.
Jacinta commenced with the Varga Lawyers team in January 2021 having graduated from Flinders University in 2018 with a Double Degree in Law and Letters (Indonesian major).
Jacinta can assist you in a myriad of legal areas, including but not limited to conveyancing, migration law, and family law.
Jacinta is a country girl with a special interest in helping people and supporting her community. She is a keen RSPCA volunteer and a regular blood donor with the Australian Red Cross. Jacinta has worked in both Adelaide and regional South Australia and has a particular interest in assisting clients in family law and estate matters.
Jacinta is efficient and passionate about achieving positive outcomes for her clients. She is easy to connect with and enjoys developing strong and meaningful relationships with her clients to ensure outcomes are tailored to each individual situation.
In her spare time, Jacinta can be found on the netball court, in the garden, out for a hike or out for brunch.
Kelly’s kind and empathetic nature will ensure your matter is dealt with in a respectful manner. She prides herself on providing her clients with a personalised client service.
Outside of the office, Kelly loves spending time with her family, travelling, relaxing with a good book and has an appreciation for coffee.
Kelly would be happy to assist you with your legal matter, so please feel free to contact her.
Brooke commenced with the Varga Lawyers team in April 2021 having graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2020 with a Double Degree in Law and Arts (Creative Writing major). She also holds a Diploma in Languages (French Studies).
Brooke has worked across a range of legal areas, including Wills and Estates and Family Law, and has a particular interest in helping members of the community gain access to justice.
Brooke’s friendly, honest, and professional demeanour strengthens her skillset to ensure her clients receive excellent outcomes.
As a big supporter of the performing arts, Brooke has volunteered at several Adelaide Fringe Festival venues over the past five years. She has also assisted in the organisation and running of numerous student events and activities during her time at Adelaide Law School and is a current committee member of the John Bray Alumni Network.
In her spare time, Brooke can be found singing with her choir or rehearsing for an upcoming musical.