Nicole Le Pou

Director / Principal Lawyer

Nicole is our Principal Lawyer and was admitted to legal practice in 2004. She has worked almost exclusively in family law since her admission, and started her career with (what was then) the largest law firm in country Victoria dealing with family law, wills and estates and property law.  She then relocated back to Melbourne where she began specialising in family law before she joined Victoria Legal Aid undertaking the challenging role of a duty lawyer in both

Renee Campbell

Director / Practice Manager / Licenced Conveyancer

Before coming to Accessible Family Law Renee spent 13 years working within the Federal Magistrates Court (as it then was), Family Court and in the Federal Court of Australia.

Renee commenced her career at Victoria Legal Aid before working in the capacity as a Deputy Associate and then Associate in the Federal Magistrates Court (now the Federal Circuit Court) before moving onto the Family Court as a Judge's Associate.

Renee then spent six years

Margaret Horlock

Family Lawyer

Tamie was admitted to legal practice in 2019 and has worked in the family law area for almost 16 years before her admission.

Prior to coming to Accessible Family Law Tamie worked at the Federal Court of Australia for 4 years and at various law firms in legal research and support roles.

She has a particular interest in parenting matters, adult adoption and family violence intervention orders. Tamie is also well versed in conveyancing and regularly assists in these

Consultant Lawyer

Wills & Estates, Commerical Conveyancing

Margaret was admitted to legal practice in 2010 and has worked exclusively in the area of wills and estate law and commercial law since.

Margaret worked for a number of years in country Victoria assisting with estate planning for large farming families and assisting businesses with commercial property acquisitions.

Margaret is now lucky enough to live interstate and works as a consultant engaging with our clients via skype and

Our Blog

September 14 2021
In Australia, infidelity is one of the top four most common reasons for divorce. Unfortunately, when a marriage ends due to adultery, the resulting legal battle is frequently combative and emotionally turbulent. If you were the one...
August 24 2021
One of the more mundane but critical components of the separation process within the Court system is each participant’s duty of disclosure. That is, the requirement that you hand over to your ex (and their lawyer) copies of all...
July 18 2021
The family pet – cat, dog, bird, fish or any of the other variants – can create a large amount of tension in the separation process. So how does the Court deal with who gets “custody” of family pets in separation? In this...

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