About Tricia Arden
Tricia has always practiced in country areas and has a great understanding of the needs of local communities. She has been actively involved in local businesses and community affairs, including as licensee of a hotel in Moree and Management Right in Noosa. She was also involved in the development of the cotton industry in Moree from a legal perspective. This has given her an understanding of commercial and community interactions on local and legal levels.
Tricia has always taken an active part in the communities in which she has lived. She was a founding member and secretary of the Zonta Club of Noosa, founding President of the Zonta Club of Moree, President of the Moree Tourism Committee, and Treasurer of the Lyndhurst Golf Club.
She is currently a Board member of Uralba Retirement Village at Carcoar. Tricia was President of the Central West Law Society (CWLS) for one year and Chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee for 10 years, having retired in November 2019. The CWLS holds annual conferences attracting around 90 lawyers from the Central West region. The Continuing Legal Education Committee is dedicated to keeping lawyers in the Central West up to date with changes to the law as it adapts to new generations.
Tricia was also involved in operating a grazing property at Lyndhurst with her husband, Peter Arden SC, until 2019, when they sold the farm and moved to the Millthorpe area. Peter was a barrister who, in the later part of his career of 33 years, specialised in rural work. Peter became Senior Counsel in 2003.
Tricia commenced working for Cheney & Wilson in Blayney in 2007, purchased the firm in 2013 and now trades as Arden Law.
Tricia was admitted as a solicitor in 1987. In 2016, she earned her Master of Laws from the University of Sydney with the subjects including Trusts, Asset Protection, Commercial Equity Litigation, Family Law Children and Property, Dispute Resolution, Personal Property Securities and Plain English Legal Writing (Cambridge, UK).
She is dedicated to continued learning and staying up to date on the most recent legal changes and precedents.
About Arden Law
This Blayney law firm was founded as Mayhew & Pile on 15 November 1893. It was situated at 54 Adelaide Street Blayney from 1917 until 27 September 2019. The firm has also traded as Pile & Westgarth, George Pile & Co, WR L’Estrange & Moore, Moore & Co and Cheney & Wilson. On 1 July 2013, Tricia Arden purchased the firm, and now trades as Arden Law. On 30 September 2019, Tricia not only moved the firm to a new location at 116 Adelaide Street but also into a new era.
Tricia takes pride in being able to continue the tradition that the many lawyers before her have established. She has worked hard to adapt the firm to the new legal challenges and developments of the 21st century. This pride and dedication set the tone for her firm.
Clients attending Arden Law know that this is a firm that cares. Your legal matter is extremely important and is Arden Law’s priority. No matter what the issue, Arden Law will give it full attention to achieve the results you expect.
The staff at Arden Law are available throughout the week to assist. You can expect direct and genuine assistance from local professionals.
Contact us today to see how we can make a difference to your legal issue.