Kylie graduated from Macquarie University, NSW with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics in 1995. 

Kylie’s first speciality was as a taxation lawyer during which time she commenced a Master of Law specialising in taxation and was promoted to senior manager at Ernst & Young Sydney before relocating to Perth, Western Australia in 2002.


In 2006 Kylie retrained as a family lawyer and family violence specialist. Kylie was admitted as a legal practitioner in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2007.  


Kylie has appeared regularly in the Family Court of Western Australia, is a member of the Family Law Practitioners Association, the Family Law Section, the Law Society of Western Australia and has commenced training to become a Registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner. 


Kylie has been a guest lecturer at the University of Notre Dame law school, the supervising solicitor at the Notre Dame University Family Law Clinic and is currently a Board Member for the Patricia Giles Centre for Non-Violence.


Kylie has three children, one with autism, and has also experienced family separation giving her a unique ability to empathise with her clients. 

Kylie is committed to providing concise and understandable advice that is tailored to your personal situation.