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TGB Lawyers’ Deanna Gatto combines clear, empathetic communication with critical thinking to deliver her clients the best possible outcomes from their family law experience.
Deanna understands how daunting and confusing the Family Courts can be to navigate, so she is committed to making the process as simple and cost effective as possible. Her main priority with clients is to keep them informed about every aspect of their matter and be available to answer their questions.
While studying for her degree, Deanna volunteered at the Women’s Legal Service (SA) which was a great introduction to legal issues faced by women, which are typically family law and domestic violence issues. In her role she would provide legal information over the phone to women who were often in the midst of separation and at times very distressed. This experience taught her the value of empathy as a lawyer and also how to relay technical legal information in a way that is easy for anyone to understand.
Deanna deals with all aspects of family law matters including property settlements, child issues, separation and divorce.
Deanna is a lawyer that stands out for her commitment to top-level client service. Her attention to detail and effective communication with clients is what sets her apart as a family lawyer.
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- Bachelor of Laws, University of Adelaide
- Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law
- Matrimonial and De Facto Relationships
- Child Issues
- Child Support
- Property Settlement
Media & Blog Posts
The engagement ring is often one of a couple’s most cherished items, but what happens to it at separation? This is a conundrum faced by an increasing number of people as it becomes more and more common for couples to live together before they walk down the aisle. There are cases dating back to 1926 in which Australian...Read more
Relocating children after separation or divorce is a challenge with both legal and personal considerations, writes family lawyer Deanna Gatto. There are many reasons why you may want relocate after a separation – for example you may wish to return to family to gain their support, or find better employment prospects. If there...Read more