Andrew is an Associate in our Family Law department in Campbelltown and works under Partner Nevine Youssef.  Andrew joined Marsdens Law Group in 2016 and has practiced exclusively in the area of family law since that time. 

Andrew holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (Spanish) from the University of Wollongong and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Australian National University.

Andrew is a member of the Law Society of NSW and also of a local BNI networking group.   

Outside of work Andrew enjoys travelling, hiking, catching up on the latest TV shows and movies and also watching the English Premier League whilst supporting his team, Liverpool FC.


Testimonial: 

"I have found Andrew extremely helpful with my divorce matters and i think he's gone overboard in order to help me." 


 Testimonial: October 2020

"When I first came to Marsdens, I was at a very low ebb, I was at a very real risk of losing my daughter during a very bitter custody battle. I first met Brett who helped me enormously. I was then introduced to Joanne and Andrew. Joanne has a lot of experience with Chinese people which helped me enormously. Andrew became my main solicitor. He is very knowledgeable and highly experienced. If he is unsure he will always find out rather then make a mistake. He is empathetic and caring and makes you feel you are his only client. He is always available by phone and if not will always call you back. His advice has been invaluable; he guided me through the very long process of the family court system with complete professionalism and patience. He would check in on me even if there was no court date coming up. I felt he was always on my side and I am 100% convinced if I hadn't met Andrew and the Marsdens team there is a very real chance I would have very limited contact with my daughter whereas I now have her on a 50/50 basis. Marsdens organised a payment plan which gave me the financial support to continue with my case. There are no words I can use to describe the thanks i feel every time i look at my daughter."  Alan Hempenstall