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How to Stay Safe in a Bad Relationship

  In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Award-Winning Fertility Lawyer, Stephen Page discusses the importance of putting together a risk management plan if you’re in an unsafe relationship. The post How to Stay Safe in a Bad Relationship appeared first on https://pageprovan.com.au.
Tags: Travel, Videos, Domestic Violence, Family law, Stephen Page


The Inspiring Story of Cindy Wasser

Cindy Wasser from Hope Springs Fertility is a leading Canadian surrogacy lawyer. A mum through surrogacy, Cindy has helped many Australian intended parents over many years with their Canadian surrogacy journeys. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Welcome to today’s podcast with the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. My name is Stephen Page, and I’m a fertility lawy...
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How a Young Guy from India Became A World Leading Surrogacy Physician

  Dr. Said Daneshmand is an internationally recognized fertility specialist with extensive experience in providing third-party reproductive services. In his second year of studying medicine, he had a profound experience that changed his life forever. Intro : You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day. I’m Stephen Page from Page Provan. And this is another podcast in our series, Australian Famil...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Podcast, England, Australia, La, India, US, Los Angeles, Society, Iran, Earth, University, United States, New Zealand, San Diego


What Makes a Finance Guy Leave Everything to Work in Surrogacy

In this podcast, Richard Westoby discusses his own personal surrogacy journey and a complete career change that he never could have anticipated. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page: Good day, it’s Stephen Page from Page Provan again. And we’re talking about our series of Australian family and infertility law. And in today’s podcast, I have the joy of talking to Richard. Richar...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Podcast, England, Australia, California, China, US, Cnn, United States, Sony, Dan Brown, States, David Attenborough, Richard


What Drives Fertility Attorney Rich Vaughn

Fertility law attorney Rich Vaughn combined his passion for family formation and founded one of the most successful and best-known law firms in the world focusing on assisted reproductive technology law. Transcript Stephen Page : Good day. My name is Stephen Page, and I’m just welcoming you to my podcast, Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. My first guest today is Rich Vaughn, who is a dear friend of mine and a colleague and is also practising as one of America’s leading ...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, Australia, US, America, United States, Sydney, Surrogacy, Council, East Coast, Stephen, American Bar Association, Aba, The Hague, Bruce, US State Department


What My First Domestic Violence Client Taught Me

  In this video, Page Provan Fertility & Family Lawyers Director and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Stephen Page reflects on what his first domestic client taught him. The post What My First Domestic Violence Client Taught Me appeared first on https://pageprovan.com.au.
Tags: Travel, Videos, Domestic Violence, Stephen Page


Dancing the Negotiation Waltz

  In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Multi-Award Winning Lawyer, Stephen Page discusses the inevitable dance of negotiation when it comes to effectively resolving family law disputes. The post Dancing the Negotiation Waltz appeared first on https://pageprovan.com.au.
Tags: Travel, Videos, Negotiation, Stephen Page


How & Why You Split-Up

  How and why you have split-up is a very important question. In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Stephen Page discusses the importance of the answer to this question on everything that follows! The post How & Why You Split-Up appeared first on https://pageprovan.com.au.
Tags: Travel, Videos, Separation, Stephen Page


The Interplay Between Surrogacy & Counselling with Miranda Montrone

  In this episode of the Family & Fertility Law Podcast, Stephen Page talks with Surrogacy Psychologist Miranda Montrone about her passion for surrogacy. Transcript Intro: You’re listening to the Australian Family and Fertility Law Podcast. Here’s your host, Stephen Page. Stephen Page:  Welcome, everyone. Stephen Page from Page Provan Family and Fertility Lawyers. And I’m talking in our podcast about Australian family and fertility law. And today I’m joined by the wonderf...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, UK, Australia, US, America, Src, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, New Zealand, Melbourne, Canberra, Norman, Miranda, Stephen


Four Steps to Survive a Marriage Break-Up

  In this video, Award-Winning and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Stephen Page discusses four things to survive a marriage split. The post Four Steps to Survive a Marriage Break-Up appeared first on https://pageprovan.com.au.
Tags: Travel, Videos, Separation, Stephen Page


Getting Married and Having a Child Should Not Be so Hard

Life is grand. I am the luckiest man to live. Due to changes in the law, I have been allowed to marry- and to have a child with the person I love. While getting married and having a child seem self-evident truths, for LGBTIQ+ couples the law (and until 40 years ago, for reproduction, biology) prevented these couples from fulfilling these dreams. I have been practising family law in Australia since 1987. For two years before that, I was a graduate working full time in the law. By happenstance, my...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Australia, US, Tony Abbott, Queensland, Brisbane, Parliament, Elvis, Stephen, Vegas, Mitchell, Phnom Penh, Elizabeth, State, University of New South Wales


More Family Court COVID-19 arrangements

Following on from yesterday's news, the Family and Federal Circuit Courts have announced changes to registrars and child dispute services procedures in response to COVID-19, effective immediately: FROM THE FAMILY COURT OF AUSTRALIA AND THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT OF AUSTRALIA Managing the health and safety of the community, Judges and staff is our priority. Due to the escalating situation regarding COVID-19, and in anticipation of any further measures announced by Government, some urgent operation...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Court, Family Court, Conferences, Cic, Stephen Page, Stephen Page Harrington, Federal Circuit Court, CDCs, COVID, Family and Federal Circuit Courts, AAPT


Family Court puts in place COVID-19 arrangements

The Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia have today with immediate effect put in place new rules to deal with the challenge of COVID-19. One of the key rules is to do away with the cattle crush that often happens on busy duty days, by listing only urgent matters, using electronic appearances as much as possible, and limiting the number of people in the court room.Here is the statement issued by the courts today:The health and safety of the community, Judges and st...
Tags: Travel, Adelaide, Family Court, Federal Court, Stephen Page, Stephen Page Harrington, Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Federal Circuit Court, Family Court of Australia, COVID, Sydney Federal Circuit Court, Brisbane Parramatta, Michael Raine


Australia rated 19th for women's rights in business and the law- World Bank

With all the doom and gloom that comes with relationship breakdown, it is refreshing to do a reality check- and compare how women are treated under the law in Australia, compared to overseas.Every two years the World Bank carries out a survey on Women, Business and the Law. I have been privileged to take part in the survey now three times, and am recognised by the World Bank as a local expert.  With all the challenges that exist under the law to ensure that men and women are equal, overall, Aust...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Australia, Iran, Taiwan, Hungary, Philippines, Gaza, Middle East, West Bank, Sudan, South Sudan, World Bank, Yemen, Papua New Guinea, Uae


Why I love being a divorce lawyer

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Tags: Travel, US, Queensland, Stephen Page, Queensland Law Society, Calibri, Stephen Page Harrington, International Academy of Family Lawyers






US Supreme Court to consider habitual residence under the 1980 Hague Convention

The US Supreme Court has decided overnight (Australian time) to review a case in which habitual residence under the 1980 Hague Convention is the key issue. While Australian courts have decided issues about what constitutes habitual residence, whatever the US Supreme Court decides will be listened to around the globe.The 1980 Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction is the prime means to ensure abducted kids are brought back home- wherever home is. Home is described as w...
Tags: Travel, Supreme Court, Australia, US, United States, Italy, Ahmed, US supreme court, Oliver, State, Sutton, Stephen Page, Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, Stephen Page Harrington, Taglieri, Monasky


Trying to stop international child abduction from Australia

According to a report in Brisbane's Sunday Mail on Sunday, almost 10,000 Aussie kids are the subject of the Australian Federal Police family law watchlist. The watchlist prevents the children from leaving Australia, subject of course to any further court order. It is designed to prevent the international abduction of children from Australia.As a family lawyer who has had clients trying to prevent the abduction of children from Australia, my view is that the watchlist - while a vital tool to prev...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Brisbane, Australian federal police, Hague, Stephen Page, Stephen Page Harrington, Jacqueline Gillespie


Westpac separation guide

This morning by sheer chance I saw an ad for the Westpac separation guide. It is excellent.It helps people contemplating or going through separation to contemplate the future- at least from a financial perspective. It does not:focus on all pervasive domestic violence (unless I have missed it)focus on kids.Unless I am mistaken, this is the first of the big 4 banks to produce such a guide- which  will make the journeys for many people that much easier- by getting them to focus on what needs to be ...
Tags: Travel, Stephen Page, Westpac


ALRC: abolish the Family Court! The full list of recommendations

Yesterday the Attorney-General, Christian Porter tabled the report of the Australian Law Reform Commission into the Family Law System. The Commission set out 60 recommendations, the first of which was to abolish the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, and replace them with State and Territory courts, along the lines of the Family Court of Western Australia.The Government has previously indicated that it is not interested in doing so.The rationale for doing so is...
Tags: Travel, Australia, States, Party, Western Australia, Commonwealth, Rice, Recommendation, State, Department, Torres Strait Islander, Department of Finance, Stephen Page, Law Reform Commission, Christian Porter, Stephen Page Harrington


Family and Federal Circuit Courts are to harmonise rules

In the midst of the Australian Law Reform Commission review (still underway) and the proposal by Attorney-General Christian Porter to merge the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia seemingly dead in the water (because Parliament is not sitting until the election, and the Bill was not passed), the Chief Justice of the Family Court and Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit Court, Will Alstergreen has announced that the rules will be harmonised:"The legal profession and...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Bill, Parliament, Family Court, Stephen Page, Law Reform Commission, Working Group, Christian Porter, Federal Circuit Courts, Jessup, Stephen Page Harrington, Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Family Court of Australia, Alstergren, Federal Circuit Court Will Alstergreen


How workforces respond to domestic violence

In November I had the pleasure on my first outing as a partner of Page Provan, family and fertility lawyers, of presenting to the Australian Human Resources Institute Diversity and Inclusion Network, just before the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.Here is my paper prepared for the presentation. Normal 0 false false false EN-AU X-NONE X-NONE ...
Tags: Travel, Abc, Australia, United States, Queensland, New Zealand, Brisbane, Brookfield, Un, John, Cleveland, Ipswich, Stephen, Cairns, Alison, Gold Coast




Opposition- opposed to the Gov's proposed abolition of the Family Court

For those of us who attended the national family law conference in Brisbane, there was an element of controversy between the Government and Opposition. Attorney-General Christian Porter spoke at length about his desire to reform the Family Court by:consolidating the Family Court and Federal Circuit Courts into two division of the one structuremaking any appeals be heard by a single judge of the Federal Court. The appeal proposal is radical as:current appeals are dealt with by specialist appeal j...
Tags: Travel, Labor, Australia, Senate, House, Brisbane, Parliament, Gough Whitlam, Kelvin, Family Court, Rice, Federal Court, Morrison, Porter, Isaacs, Stephen Page


Launch of Page Provan!

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Tags: Travel, Brisbane, Bruce, Julie, Stephen Page, Calibri, Stephen Page Harrington, Julie Harrington, Provan, Page Provan, Bruce Provan, Harrington Family Lawyers


Separating? Take one step at a time

It's easy to be overwhelmed when contemplating the path to separation and beyond. Will I ever find love again? Will the children and I be safe? Will I have financial security? Will i go bankrupt? All of your fears may be legitimate. The reality is most of your fears won't happen.When couples separate, they get out the other side- and keep living. Rather than catastrophise the enormity of everything going wrong, it is better- and more realistic- just to focus on today. Conquer today, and then to...
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Saving a little girl's life

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Five lessons of divorce- from a guy who went through it

Recently I caught up with an old client.   Many years ago we had acted on his divorce.   He and his wife had sorted out what they were going to do about their property settlement and, more importantly, how they were going to look after their kids.     My old client is an insightful professional whom I always considered to be wise and a direct speaker.    He told me: “The number one lesson I learnt was this.   When you are looking at splitting up – give your marriage your best g...
Tags: Travel, Stephen Page, Calibri, Stephen Page Harrington


A big thank you for helping stop a child being abducted overseas

Today I received one of those rare events, a call from an Australian colleague who was overseas thanking me for my work which helped determine a court case.It turns out that the parents had separated, and the mother was concerned that the father might abduct the children overseas. The automatic reaction was that the children were protected because they were on the Airport Watchlist. The Watchlist, which is operated by the Australian Federal Police and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade,...
Tags: Travel, Australia, Middle East, Netherlands, Jordan, Australian federal police, The Hague, Stephen Page, Saad, Foreign Affairs and Trade, Stephen Page Harrington, Jordanian Embassy



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