Family Law

We are an expert family law firm with offices in Canberra, Melbourne & Sydney.

We can help you with all issues related to family law, such as adoption, binding financial agreements (‘pre-nups’), child support, domestic violence, property settlement, separation and divorce.

We can provide you with online Family Law Information that is tailored to your needs.

Find out more
Estates

Our Estate and Wills Lawyers are here to help prepare for your future.

There is much confusion and misconception about wills and disputes. A Will sets out how your property is distributed when you die. The purpose of a Will is to make sure that the right person gets the right property and there is no dispute.

Find out more
Business Advisory & Accountants

Protect and improve your financial position with our Accounting, Business and Tax Team.

We have a clear focus on relationships and ensuring that our advice is tailored to what is important to you.

Find out more
Commercial

Find a lawyer that can help with your personal or business plans.

Our commercial lawyers can help you with contract, leasing, business disputes, property law, conveyancing, business purchase and sales, debt recovery and insolvency.

Find out more
Blog view more

Read More

05/08/2020

Choosing The Right Family Lawyer

If I had written this article five years ago it would have said – when selecting a family lawyer choose one that is confident, knows the law well, has a good reputation and a winning record (or something like that). Now I have been practicing as a family lawyer for…

read more

Read More

10/07/2020

How to Protect Yourself if Your Ex is Cyberstalking You

As a Family Lawyer, we come across lots of different forms of domestic violence. Some of those forms are more obvious, like physical or verbal abuse. Occasionally, we hear from clients who are terrified because they have good reasons to believe that their ex is stalking them by tracking their…

read more

Read More

03/07/2020

How to Divide Property During a Divorce

The Court first considers whether or not it is just and equitable for the Court to make any orders at all. In most cases, this test is readily established (for example, when parties have joint assets accumulated over the course of a relationship that need to be divided to effect a settlement).

read more

Read More

03/06/2020

Farewell Kathryn Heuer

Recently, we bid farewell and good luck to Kathryn Heuer, who has been a director of FGD since 2005. Having practised in both family and estates law since 1989, the breadth and depth of her expertise has ensured her reputation as a highly regarded legal practitioner in all matters relating…

read more