CEO & Co-Founder
Nicholas Zoch is Managing Director of Melbourne based, Progression Accountants and Business Advisors. During his 30 years of operating a successful accounting practice, he has been instrumental in assisting countless couples understand their financial position in times of separation or divorce. After working closely with many family lawyers, and having been through the process himself, he recognised there was a gap in the marketplace, where quality accounting advice meets quality legal advice in achieving economical family settlements. In wanting to create an industry changing solution, Split Easy was born.
Nicholas holds a Bachelor of Business (majoring in Accounting with Distinction), is a Certified Practising Accountant and has completed his Master of Taxation through the University of NSW. Nicholas is also accredited as a Taxation Specialist by CPA Australia.
Justin Lawrence is a Partner in the long-established Melbourne Law Firm, Henderson and Ball. Justin has been practising in areas including Family and De Facto Law for over 20 years. Over that time Justin has guided many separated couples through challenging and stressful times in order to reach amicable solutions. Justin appears regularly as a legal commentator on radio station 3AW and is approached frequently by Channel Nine News and A Current Affair for legal advice on topical matters.
Justin holds both a Bachelor of Laws, and an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts from Monash University.
Whilst working along side Nicholas at Progression group. The idea of an easy online app navigating the challenges of asset division was founded and Split Easy was begun.
Tim’s background is in the banking industry, making his move to accounting 15 years ago. Tim brings with him a wealth of experience from both his banking background and also through his exposure to a diverse range of clients in his various accounting roles. Tim holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (with an Accounting major) and is a Certified Practising Accountant.
You can engage lawyers and potentially pay tens of thousands of dollars for their “opinion” (which may actually differ from what the Family Law Court of Australia deems reasonable).
Or you can simplify the process and make your divorce/separation as efficient as possible, by engaging Split Easy.
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