Our advisory team is led by Peter Beames and JK Law. In late 2018 Peter and the Directors of FGD identified that there was an opportunity for Peter to add value to our clients in family law and estate planning and for the lawyers working in those areas to add value to Peter’s business clients. Until that time Peter ran his own accounting practice, DPR Accountants. DPR and FGD had many common values in terms of tailoring their service to each particular client, providing high level, expert advice and using technology and innovative ways of service delivery.

Our advisory team focuses on proactive advice to assist clients build wealth in business and personally. We have a clear focus on relationships and ensuring that our advice is tailored to what is important to you. 

FGD is proud to be named as a Xero Gold Partner, which reflects our experience and growing size of our practice. Being named a Gold Partner is a significant achievement and provides substantial benefits for our clients. 

We assist clients with accounting and business advice, with a particular expertise in business and taxation advice to SME and high net worth individuals. Our clients are typically looking for deep analysis of their performance and not just the numbers. They value regular, timely and easy to understand communication and reporting. Our approach is to work with our clients in a collaborative way to generate results.


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Farrar Gesini Dunn’s Estates Team Recognised Again in Doyle’s Guide

We have built and developed our practice to offer the highest quality legal advice in the areas of Wills, estate planning, probate and estate administration. We are committed to doing things differently and providing the kinds of services our clients want.

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Top Ten Things to Consider When Making a Will

Your beneficiaries are those who will inherit your estate assets when you pass away. You should also consider substitute beneficiaries in the event your primary beneficiaries do not survive you.

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Is there a way to come back from infidelity?

My view on infidelity was questioned when I read an article by The Independent titled “Cheating can make your marriage STRONGER”. I thought, “What could this possibly say?” What I found intrigued me. Hidden in the article was a reference to Ms Esther Perel, a psychotherapist who works exclusively with…

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4 Tips to Financially Survive a Divorce

Most couples don’t plan for divorce, but the fact is, one in three marriages in Australia end. It’s a financial stress that most people aren’t prepared for, but when it does happen they want the process dealt with swiftly. There are no winners in a marriage breakdown, but you do…

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