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WE ARE LEADERS IN FAMILY LAW ADVICE
Based in Hobart Tasmania, FitzGerald and Browne were established in July 2001 as a firm of two lawyers and one support staff member. The office was formally opened by Justice Alan Blow, who takes over as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Tasmania on 8 April 2013.
By 2013, the firm has grown to be five lawyers and four support staff.
We pride ourselves on helping people in the community, whether individuals or community groups. The firm has no links to State or Local Government. We have no connections with the big end of town. We work with community groups and individuals, whether in Family Law cases, community environmental issues or cases of state wide significance. Tony, Roland and Cassandra have each previously worked with the Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania.
While the client base for our firm is far removed from that of most law firms, we aspire to reach the highest ethical and professional standards in the practice of the law.
About 80% of the practice is Family Law. This is our specialty, with 4 dedicated family lawyers.
We can help you, whether you are or were married or unmarried or in any relationship, or had children or no children. We also have an active conveyancing practice, led by Colleen Burdon.
Tony FitzGerald has been practicing for over 30 years. Still young at heart, he practices in the family law area (children and property).
Cassandra Gregg has a broad practice in family law and property.
Tony FitzGerald and Cassandra Gregg are frequently appointed by the Family Court of Australia, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Magistrates Court (Tasmania) as Independent Children’s Lawyers.
Claire White works in the family law and criminal areas. Eve Schulz specializes in family law and works in deceased estates and wills.
Roland Browne has an eclectic practice, ranging from Commonwealth workers compensation cases in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, to environment and planning and anti-discrimination law. He also conducts commercial litigation and some personal injury cases.