Marty Kavanagh

Marty KavanaghMarty Kavanagh LL.B, B.Com (Hons), Grad Dip
Barrister & Solicitor


  • Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), National University of Ireland
  • Graduate Diploma (With Distinction), Curtin University
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Western Australia


  • Family Law Practitioners’ Association of Western Australia


All areas of family law including:

  • Restraining order matters
  • Child protection matters
  • Divorce
  • De Facto Relationships
  • Same Sex Relationships
  • Child Support & Custody
  • Binding Financial Agreements
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Property Settlements
  • Wills

Marty Kavanagh was born in Cork, Ireland and migrated to Australia in 1991. Educated at University College Cork, the University of Western Australia and Curtin University  Marty holds degrees in Commerce (Honours), Law and a Post-graduate Diploma in Journalism (with distinction). Marty has also tutored in ethics at Curtin University. Marty Has extensive experience at senior industrial management level in Europe and Australia. Marty’s particular areas of legal focus are Property and Children’s matters, relocation cases and Violence Restraining Orders. Marty currently writes the  WA VRO professional commentary for Dickey’s Family Law and writes the commentary for the legal profession on WA Violence Restraining Order legislation for Thomson Reuters.

Marty’s approach to the law is empathetic, practical and results orientated.

In 2013 Marty was privileged to be appointed the Honorary Consul of Ireland to Western Australia.

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Peter Flay

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Mr Kavanagh was a delight to deal with. We appreciated his frank, no-nonsense, concise advice. He was able to clearly explain to us our legal position in an understandable way free of legal jargon and the advise he gave sat well with us. We bought an hour of his time and consider it money well spent.