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Kasey Fox

Kasey Fox

Kasey Fox is a Family Lawyer and Director of the firm Farrar Gesini Dunn, who are based in Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne.

Kasey has specialised in Family Law for the whole of her legal career and has experience in a range of different matters including children’s matters, complex property litigation (including companies and trusts), pre-nups (Binding Financial Agreements), rainbow family issues, and out of court solutions.

Kasey is known for her empathetic approach while providing practical advice and striving for sensible solutions for her clients.

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5 things not to do in a child custody dispute

Most parents can (and should) avoid going to Court about arrangements for their children in the event of separation. Unfortunately for some, Court is where they end up. Here are 5 things not to do if you find yourself in… Continue Reading >

I am a Separated Parent, What are My Rights?

The Family Law Act is key piece of legislation that deals with care arrangements for children following a separation. The law acknowledges the importance for children of having a relationship with parents and other family members, however, for the Judge,… Continue Reading >

Separated Under One Roof

For many parents, the home can be the foundation of the family. It is the source of countless memories, milestones and moments. So, can the family home continue after separation? One of the first questions many couples ask themselves after… Continue Reading >

I want to move – do I need my ex’s agreement?

If you have children and you decide to separate from your partner, you might be considering as fresh start. But be careful – your Sea Change (or Tree Change) may not be as straightforward as you think. Under the Family… Continue Reading >

COVID-19 and the Family Court

With a surge in separations and Family Law parenting disputes, you might find yourself having an argument with your ex about your children that you didn’t expect. In this unprecedented time, it can be hard to know what to do…. Continue Reading >

COVID-19 and Post-Separation Parenting

As if co-parenting after separation wasn’t hard enough, now parents have COVID19 to deal with! Here are 5 tips to help you navigate the co-parenting landscape in this uncertain time. Stick to your Orders – if possible The Family Court… Continue Reading >

Parenting with your Abuser

Being a separated parent can be a challenge at the best of times. But what if you have escaped a violent relationship and have to continue having a co-parenting relationship with your abuser? Unfortunately, this is the reality for many… Continue Reading >

Who gets the dog?

In a world where it is becoming more and more common for couples to have “fur children” as opposed to human babies, pets are becoming a bigger part of the discussion when it comes to separation and divorce. So, what… Continue Reading >

Christmas arrangements for separated parents

For many separated parents, the first Christmas after separation can be a particularly difficult time. There are no set rules about who the children should spend time with at Christmas, so it can be tough to know what to do…. Continue Reading >

Do grandparents have rights?

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… Continue Reading >

3 Common Myths about Child Custody Busted

Knowing what is fact and what is fiction when it comes to child custody laws can be confusing when there is so much mis-information out there. Family Lawyer Kasey Fox busts 3 common child custody myths.   Myth – Parents… Continue Reading >

What to do before you leave an abusive partner

Leaving an abusive partner can be incredibility difficult and, from a safety perspective, is one of the most dangerous times for a victim of family violence and their children. If you are thinking about leaving, below are some things to… Continue Reading >

4 Top Tips for Divorcing when you have Kids

Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult things for you and your children to experience. Here are some tips to help get you through to the other side.   Do not involve the children in your… Continue Reading >



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