610 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia

Nicky Neville-Jones

Special Counsel

Nicky Neville-Jones has practised in family law since her admission after graduating with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Performing Arts (Theatre) from Monash University in 2011. During her studies at Monash she undertook law subjects at Monash University campuses in both Italy and Malaysia. 

She attained an Accreditation specialising in Family Law from the Law Institute of Victoria in 2017 and that same year joined Clancy & Triado. Nicky practises in all areas of family law including complex parenting and property matters, child support and spousal maintenance. She has appeared on behalf clients in the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and state Magistrates Court in relation to matters concerning family violence.

Nicky is the current Chair of the Family Law Section Executive Committee of the Law Institute of Victoria after previously being the Deputy Chair. She is also a Committee Member of the Courts Practice Committee and Co-Chair of the newly formed Family Violence Working Group. Nicky enjoys family law policy work and currently advocates for reform in family law in her position as Chair of the Section.

Nicky also undertakes work for family law clients who have pet related disputes. Nicky has an interest in animal law and currently undertakes volunteer work for the Animal Law Institute, after previously being the founding Chair of the LIV Animal Welfare Committee.

When not acting for family law clients with care and compassion or passionately seeking reforms for our four-legged friends, you can find her “treading the boards” at one of the theatres around Melbourne. She is currently the Artistic Director of the lawyers performing arts production company “BottledSnail Productions” and directed their 2019 major production at Chapel Off Chapel in Prahran.

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We listen to your story and advocate for your best interests. Our lawyers are committed to supporting you to achieve the best possible outcome in your family law settlement.

We view Court as the last resort, not a first resort.

We succeed in resolving approximately 95% of our cases before court proceedings are issued, saving our clients unnecessary stress, cost and time.

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