Settle by Sunday
Ever thought “I just want my divorce done!” or “separating through lawyers is expensive”? Well guess what? we are here to challenge those misconceptions! If you, or a couple you know, is ready to settle their separation in a weekend – we want to hear from you! We want to...read more
FGD Charity Golf Day 2018 – supporting Karinya House
The FGD Charity Golf Day is done and dusted for another year, and what a success it was! We were really pleased to have 22 teams enter this year (keep an eye out for your team photo in the attached slideshow) and despite the chilly weather, everyone had a great...read more
Tips for Business Owners when it comes to Finance and Divorce – from Guest Blogger Chris Slack
Business owners with new entities, no cash and no property go from expecting they call the shots on getting a great deal to having to scramble and accept higher rates and less favourable terms.read more
FGD Launches Artificial Intelligence Tool
We wanted to make something that would set us apart from other lawyers from the moment you enter our website.Before you’ve ever stepped into our office, and before we’ve charged you a single billable unit, we wanted to give you an idea of how the Family Law works and the things you need to consider if you are going through a separation.read more
What is a kidnapping in Australia?
Kidnapping in Family Law – Phoenix is Found! On 30 August 2018, Pheonix was found in the Carwoola area – with his Mother nearby. Having been “granted full custody of Phoenix” two months’ prior, Cliff was entitled to be concerned about him being missing. The media have reported that Pheonix’s...read more
Truffles and a Will – two things that should be on your shopping list, not your bucket list!
Recently the FGD Estates team hosted an intimate event at The Truffle Farm which was an opportunity for us to treat a small group of our professional contacts to a really memorable event. We all loved it and came away with some unexpected parallels between truffles and estate planning.read more
Does Australia have no fault divorce?
What happens when you marry, and then the relationship breaks down and you and/or your spouse is wanting to leave the relationship? Imagine if you had to prove fault on behalf of your spouse to obtain a divorce, and where should the law draw that line?read more
Talk to the experts – Why should I see a financial planner?
Continuing on with our series of talking to experts, FGD Director Kasey Fox speaks to Financial Planner Dave Rae about why people going through a separation should see a financial planner. I’ve known Dave for a number of years. He is a financial planner and business owner practicing in Canberra...read more
AFFAIRS AND FAMILY VIOLENCE: CONDUCT THAT CAN AND CAN’T BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT IN PROPERTY SETTLEMENTS
When making a decision about property, the Court is required to consider the direct and indirect financial and non-financial contributions of the parties to the acquisition, conservation or improvement of any property, in addition to contributions made by the parties in their capacity as parent and/or homemaker. This elicits the...read more