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27/03/2020

Parenting After Separation: The COVID-19 Edition

At FGD we understand that the current living arrangements are tough on parents and children – and particularly those from families with separated parents. In order to help you arm yourself with some information and hopefully avoid conflict over the coming days and weeks we have put together some answers...

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17/03/2020

A message from FGD CEO on our response to Covid-19

FGD always has the health and well-being of our employees, clients and communities at the front of mind, however at this uncertain time with the now escalating COVID-19 health crisis, I wanted to touch base personally. This is an uncertain and worrying time for us all. Whilst we do not...

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05/03/2020

Farrar Gesini Dunn Footy Tipping Competitions 2020

You’re invited to join the Farrar Gesini Dunn footy tipping competitions for 2020. Two codes and a luxury escape for each of the competition winners. The two competitions we will be running are for the NRL and AFL.

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15/11/2019

Do grandparents have rights?

By Kasey Fox Family Lawyer Kasey Fox discusses what the law says about the rights of grandparents to have a relationship with their grandchildren Do grandparents have rights? Recently, while watching a reality tv show (don’t judge me) I heard someone arguing about “Grandparent’s Rights”. A short while later, another...

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06/11/2019

2019 FGD Golf Day Wrap Up

Rewind to last Friday, 1 November 2019. To set the scene, it was a beautiful Canberra day, 31 degrees with a slight breeze under the huge trees at Federal Golf Club a crowd had gathered together polishing up their golf clubs and dousing themselves in sunscreen preparing for an afternoon...

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04/10/2019

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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25/09/2019

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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16/08/2019

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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30/07/2019

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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29/07/2019

Disneyland Parenting

There are plenty of ways to sabotage your child’s relationship with your ex following a divorce or separation. Many are overt and deliberate, like openly denigrating the other parent in front of your child. Some are more subtle, and even occasionally inadvertent, like contradicting the rules or boundaries that were...

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26/07/2019

I got Pregnant from a Tinder Date – Help!

There can be a big difference between becoming pregnant when you are in a relationship as opposed to when you are single. But does that mean anything changes in relation to family law and your rights as a parent? In an article by Kellie Scott of the ABC, Tessa Dijkgraaf...

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09/07/2019

Children and Mental Health in the Family Court Process

It is no secret that mental health issues are prevalent in the Family Court system. This is not only as a result of domestic violence, but a variety of factors including social isolation, loneliness, severe or long-term stress and high-conflict arguments between parents and children, all of which can occur...

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