Associate

Priscilla McArdle

Priscilla McArdle

Associate

BA (Melb), JD (Monash)


Legal secretary: Carleen Cawsey

+61 3 8600 8838

pmcardle@kcllaw.com.au

Priscilla is a member of KCL Law’s Family Law practice and works closely with Principal Lawyer Rebecca Goldman. Her practice focuses on matters relating to parenting, property and child support. While caring and empathetic, Priscilla’s approach is to deliver the best possible outcome for her clients.

Since joining KCL Law, Priscilla has advised on a wide range of family law matters, including parenting matters involving welfare concerns regarding children, property disputes involving complex corporate structures and third parties, financial agreements and child support disputes.

Prior to joining the firm, Priscilla worked for Lewis Holdway Lawyers where she practised in family law and completed her graduate traineeship.

Priscilla was admitted to practice in 2017, after completing a Juris Doctor at Monash University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Australian Studies from The University of Melbourne. Priscilla joined KCL Law in November 2017 and was appointed to Associate in July 2021.

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

Recognition

In 2021, Priscilla was a 'finalist' the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards for Family Law. Identifying the finest young lawyers across Australia, the Lawyers Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards provides industry-wide recognition for professional competency while highlighting a passion for the law and dedication for personal advancement.

Areas of practice

Family law

  • Children’s matters
  • Child support
  • De facto relationships
  • Divorce applications
  • Family violence and intervention orders
  • Financial agreements
  • Property settlement and financial disputes, including complex property matters and third parties

Professional memberships

  • Family Law Section of the Law Council of Australia
  • Law Institute of Victoria

Admitted to practice

  • July 2017 — Supreme Court of Victoria