Meet the Clancy & Triado TeamExperts in Family Law
Managing directorPaul has a depth of knowledge and experience in family law that is highly regarded within the legal profession and beyond. He was recommended as a Leading Family & Divorce Lawyer in Melbourne by Doyle’s Guide, 2017.
DirectorKimberly brings expertise and empathy to the practice of family law. She has wide-ranging experience in family law across a variety of settings and contexts and amongst a diverse client base. Kimberly was recommended as a Leading Family & Divorce Lawyer in Melbourne by Doyle’s Guide, 2017.
DirectorGeorgie is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with global experience. She specialises in all areas of family law including complex financial settlements, parenting arrangements, pre and post-nuptial financial agreements, spousal and child maintenance issues, relocation disputes, intervention orders and divorce.
Senior AssociateMelanie is an Accredited Family Law Specialist. Melanie joined the team in 2005 after completing a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Melbourne.
Senior AssociateRachel started her career as Judge’s Deputy Associate in the Federal Circuit Court. She sat for and achieved accreditation in 2011 and is now a Family Law Specialist. Rachel practices exclusively in family law and has experience in both complex parenting and property matters.
Senior AssociateRenee is an Accredited Family Law Specialist. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws degree (with Honours) from Monash University. Renee comes from a commercial litigation background. She now specialises exclusively in family law, including complex financial and parenting matters, with a special interest in international family law.
Senior AssociatePenny has been practicing family law since 2001, joining Clancy & Triado as a Senior Associate in May 2017. Penny holds a Masters of Law (Commercial and Government Law) and with experience in parenting, child support and property matters, including the division of international assets, Penny aims to assist parties in reaching a just and equitable outcome in an efficient, commercial and tax-effective manner.
Sheree is an Accredited Family Law Specialist. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Criminology) and has worked exclusively in the area of family law since 2011. Sheree commenced her legal career at a busy commercial based firm, gaining a solid understanding of commercial transactions. She has a sensible and pragmatic approach and has experience in complex litigation including property, parenting, spousal maintenance and child support matters.
Natasha Jordan (née Cecic)
Natasha is an Accredited Family Law Specialist. She graduated from Melbourne University with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and also a Bachelor of Commerce. Working exclusively in family law since 2009, Natasha is experienced in complex litigation and technical drafting. Natasha enjoys assisting clients to finalise the property, parenting and/or child support aspects of their relationship with the ex-partner in a dignified, efficient and cost-effective manner.
Nicky has a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Performing Arts majoring in Theatre from Monash University. Nicky recently attained the Law Institute of Victoria Accreditation in Family Law after working exclusively in family law prior to joining Clancy & Triado. Nicky is Deputy Chair of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Family Law Section Executive Committee and Chairs the Animal Welfare Committee.
SolicitorHelen has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from La Trobe University. Helen was a teacher for many years and undertook a career change. Prior to entering private practice, Helen spent 2012 working as Legal Associate for the Honourable Justice Cronin of the Family Court of Australia.
Jacob is a nephew of the founding partner of Clancy & Triado, Patricia Clancy AM, and joined the firm in January 2012. During this time he has been exposed to a wide variety of matters including complex property settlement matters, parenting cases, wills and estate challenges.
SolicitorStephanie comes from a long family line of lawyers and is now licensed to practice law in New Zealand and Victoria. She has a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Otago. Starting at Clancy & Triado as an administration assistant, she has progressed to a Solicitor, specialising in family law.
SolicitorTim completed the Juris Doctor at the University of Melbourne, having previously obtained a Bachelor of Music Performance at the Conservatorium of Music. He joined Clancy & Triado in 2015, where he assists clients in family law, wills and estate matters. Tim has worked with clients on large and complex family law and will dispute proceedings. He loves travel and sport, speaks French and is learning Arabic. He also sings in various groups including Polyphonic Voices.
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