Vayshali Chandra is a Senior Associate in the Oran Park and Camden Marsdens Family Law team.
Vayshali began working with Marsdens in 2011 as a clerk and since her admission she has been working in the Family Law Department exclusively with Partner, Nevine Youssef. Vayshali has experience in assisting client’s to settle complex parenting and property matters both in and out of the court system.
She is a strong supporter for her local community and currently provides ongoing legal advice at the local women’s health centres such as Wilma and the Benevolent Society.
Vayshali holds a Bachelor of Social Science majoring in Criminology and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Sydney. She is also in the process of completing further professional development by attaining her Master of Laws.
Outside of work, Vayshali is interested in hiking, travelling and retail therapy in her spare time.
Testimonial: May 2020
"From the bottom of my heart i can not thank the team at Marsdens enough. Vayshali Chandra and her dedicated team took my case on and they were in complete control from the get go. Their professionalism and understanding of the law is a cut above the rest i was a witness to this first hand. My first visit to Marsdens i walked in with fear, insecurity, hopelessness. They have walked with me every step of the way and we achieved the result that i was perusing for my children. Now at the conclusion of my matter i now walk away satisfied, happy , content that my children's rights were protected. I can not recommended their services highly enough 10 out of 10 Team Marsdens. Mark Filipovic"
"I cant say enough about how pleased I am with my choice for the situation i found myself in. Marsdens, i would have always chosen as being a name synonymous(?) with Campbelltown. I met Vayshali through WILMA and immediately chose her to handle my divorce and to organise someone to handle my Will and Power of Attorney. I cannot praise enough every person i have been in contact with at Marsdens and including the reception ladies."