O’Sullivan Davies Newsletter #3 (October 2020)

Another quarter has flown by and we are almost to Christmas!

This quarter, we are excited to add some further innovative technology to our disclosure processes, and have also started a new Getting to Know Our Lawyers segment on our LinkedIn page (here).

We have continued our OSD Education series, with Dr Lorraine Sheridan presenting a highly informative session on stalking (media release here), and our OSD Presents series, with Dr Phil Watts discussing his new book “How to Find Love and Not a Psycho” (media release here). If you or anyone you know are interested in joining us for our next OSD Education or OSD Presents event, please don’t hesitate to let us know so we can include you in our mailing list as these events are announced.

As always, we are pleased to be able to continue assisting our clients to resolve their family law disputes – if you know anyone who would benefit from a conversation with us, please do not hesitate to have them contact us for a confidential discussion.

20th Anniversary

As per our last newsletter, 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of O’Sullivan Davies and we have now supported Ride for Youth (Quarter 1), Parkerville Children and Youth Care (Quarter 2), and the Perth Homeless Support Group Inc (Quarter 3) as part of our giving back to the community. This quarter O’Sullivan Davies is supporting OVIS Community Services, a service that empowers people to overcome domestic violence and abuse. Join us and pledge your support here.

Articles in this Newsletter

Case Guardians in Family Law Proceedings

What are the differences for de facto couples and married couples in Western Australia? (Also, the differences for de facto couples in WA and the rest of Australia!)