Charuna Chetty
Senior Associate

Specialising in Divorce and Family Law

“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up”
By – Babe Ruth

The journey into law…

Charuna Chetty was admitted as a Lawyer in New South Wales in 2004 and is also admitted as a Legal Practitioner of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and High Court of Australia. She has worked at various law firms throughout Sydney as a Family and Criminal Lawyer where she has gained experience and insight into an array of legal matters as well as regularly appearing at the Parramatta and Sydney Courts. Prior to practising exclusively in family law, she practised in various areas of law including criminal law, family law, conveyancing, wills and estates and general litigation. This exposure to various areas of the law enables her to strategically consider her client’s matter on an individual basis and to provide practical and realistic advice to achieve the best outcome for her clients.

The passion for family law

Being a wife and a mother allows Charuna to bring a more of her own experiences and knowledge into practising Family Law, making her the ideal Family lawyer one would want representing them.

Experience in family law

Charuna has extensive knowledge in Family Law and has successfully represented clients in a range of matters including separation, divorce, parenting matters, property and financial disputes, location and recovery orders, spousal maintenance, and child support.

Charuna has worked with a diverse range of clients and legal matters guiding her to become a realistic, approachable, and confident practitioner.

Charuna has particular expertise in complex parenting matters involving mental health, drug and/or alcohol addiction and allegations of abuse and family violence; and complex property matters involving high net worth pools, companies and trusts.

Where litigation is deemed unavoidable, Charuna regularly represents clients in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia where she is a passionate and highly regarded advocate, working tirelessly to always achieve the best result possible for her clients.

Other areas of expertise

With over 15+ years’ experience in Family and Criminal Law, as well having managed her own practice, Charuna has significant expertise, practical knowledge and experience in these areas of law. Charuna is aware of the financial and emotional stress and strain that a breakdown in the family unit can cause, and she prides herself in providing clear and concise advice to her client’s whilst maintaining an open dialogue. Her pragmatic and professional approach, coupled with her genuine awareness drives her to accomplish the best possible resolution for each individual matter without incurring undue legal costs.

Charuna also has extensive experience in Criminal Law involving assault, traffic offences and domestic violence matters.

Our care for clients

Charuna understands that when clients come to see us, it is generally a very difficult and emotional time in their lives. Charuna’s calming nature, experience and empathy play a major role in her ability to understand the client’s needs, what is important to them and making them feel at ease.

Charuna strives to achieve the best outcome for her clients, whether this involves mediation, negotiation, or litigation.

Why Unified?

There is a sense of belonging at Unified Lawyers. We are a family unit and working with other family lawyers who are just as passionate about their job inspires Charuna.

Passion outside of the law

Outside of the office, Charuna is a dedicated Mum and Wife to her amazing family. She also loves travelling and exploring new things.

Charuna Chetty
Senior Associate

Specialising in Divorce and Family Law

“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up”
By – Babe Ruth

Contact Information

 02 9071 0580


  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
  • The College of Law PLT
  • Supreme Court Certificate
  • High Court Roll
  • Law Society of NSW Member
  • 2022-2023 Unrestricted Law Society of NSW Practising Certificate

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