Chloe is a strategic and assertive senior family lawyer, with experience encompassing all aspects of property, financial and parenting matters.

A strong advocate for her clients, Chloe confidently negotiates settlements but always ensures her clients are well positioned to litigate if required.


Chloe has particular expertise in complex financial and business structures and considers tax efficiency, asset protection and succession planning when assisting clients. By ensuring that she is across the details, Chloe is able to obtain the best possible commercial outcomes for her clients.


With a focus on protecting her clients and their assets from potentially avoidable disputes, Chloe is also skilled in preparing meticulous Binding Financial Agreements (commonly known as pre-nuptial agreements).


In parenting and child support matters, Chloe assists her clients to reach practical and child-focussed solutions, and navigates difficult issues with sensitivity.


Chloe is a member of the Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia and the Law Institute of Victoria.


Outside of law, Chloe enjoys attending the theatre, cooking and making pottery.

Everything is negotiable. Whether or not the negotiation is easy is another thing
- Carrie Fisher

Qualifications & Industry Memberships

  • Juris Doctor, University of Melbourne
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne
  • Law Institute of Victoria, Member

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