Johnston Withers

Robyn Nayda.

Senior lawyer

Robyn Nayda is a senior lawyer in the family law team. She advises on all family law matters, both property and parenting, and also has experience in estate planning and administration.

Working on Kaurna lands (Adelaide) and Ngarrindjeri lands (Murray Bridge)

My career highlight has been seeing clients able to move on with their lives and look forward to their futures after experiencing one of the most trying times of their lives.

Robyn's qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Business (Property)
  • Graduate Diploma in Teaching & Learning

Robyn's experience

Robyn started her career as a conveyancer in the Riverland, before completing her law degree. Robyn worked as a law clerk in a Melbourne firm before being admitted as a legal practitioner in 2008. Robyn returned to Adelaide in 2010 and has since worked towards her specialisation in family law, bringing to it her passion for resolving disputes with the least amount of financial and emotional damage.

Robyn's expertise

Robyn has assisted a broad range of clients, and focuses on delivering practical legal advice in a cost effective manner. Robyn is passionate in her advocacy on behalf of her clients, and also helping her clients move into the future with confidence.

In 2019, Robyn completed Collaborative Practice Training through the Law Society of South Australia and remains an active member of both Collaborative SA and the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals. Robyn can offer Collaborative Practice as an alternative option to the traditional adversarial process for families who would like to resolve their separation without the prospect of litigation. Talk to Robyn if you would like more information.

Outside of Law

You will find Robyn either in the garden, with a book in her hand or watching the footy.

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