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Brynne Allen

Senior Associate

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Professional Experience

Brynne is a Senior Associate at Nicholes Family Lawyers and has worked exclusively as a family lawyer since her admission as a New South Wales practitioner in 2011. She has worked extensively with counsel and experts who are known as specialists in the Family Law arena.

She has experience in all areas of Family Law including complex financial matters including but not limited to matters involving multiple companies and trust structures, dissipation of assets by one party to proceedings and valuation disputes. She has conducted parenting cases involving significant issues including international and interstate relocation, family violence and drug and alcohol issues. Brynne takes great pride in assisting her clients to navigate through these challenges as they arise.

Brynne holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Technology, Sydney and completed a Masters of Applied Law (Family Law) in 2013. She has also completed a Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution.

Brynne combines her technical and strategic expertise with a naturally empathetic approach. She has an open and co-operative manner and is known for her ability to build relationships of trust with her clients and other lawyers.

Although she is an experienced litigator in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and Family Court of Australia, Brynne is committed to helping her clients resolve their disputes constructively and wherever possible without having to experience the expense, delay and uncertainty of the court system.

She is a collaboratively trained lawyer and is able to offer this service to her clients along with more traditional methods of alternative dispute resolution such as negotiation, mediation and settlement conferences.


  • Bachelor of Law – University of Technology, Sydney
  • Masters of Applied Law (Family Law) – College of Law
  • Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution – College of Law
  • Certified Collaborative Practitioner – Monash University 


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