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Scarlett Grose completed her practical placement while obtaining her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice with TGB Lawyers in 2019 and continued work at the firm as a Personal Assistant and Clerk.
In late 2019, Scarlett began her career as a lawyer at a boutique firm in the Eastern suburbs where she worked across a wide range of practice areas, but with a particular focus in the areas of Family Law, Commercial and Civil Litigation, and Wills and Estates.
Scarlett joined TGB again in mid-2022 and she now works in the areas of Family Law with Partner Dina Paspaliaris, and Wills and Estates law with Sarah Mitchell. Scarlett works between our Adelaide and Reynella offices, advising clients in metropolitan Adelaide and further south.
Given Scarlett’s previous experience, she has an understanding of other overlapping areas of law which may affect ones family law matter, such as the importance of a detailed succession plan and complex family and business arrangements.
Scarlett takes a pragmatic approach towards all matters and she strongly encourages client’s to negotiate with the other party to reach a settlement outside of Court. However, if Court proceedings are required, Scarlett is well versed in litigation, and has experience running matters in the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia, as well as the District Court of South Australia and the Supreme Court of South Australia.
Scarlett is approachable, empathetic, and determined to build a personable relationship with each client so that she is best placed to advocate for their interests.
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- Bachelor of Laws (Honours), University of South Australia
- GDLP, College of Law
- Admitted to practice: 19 August 2019
Areas of Practice
- Family Law
- Matrimonial and De facto relationships
- Property settlements
- Children’s matters
- Child Support
- Spousal maintenance
- Wills & Estates
- Estate planning
- Estate administration
- Member Law Society of South Australia
Media & Blog Posts
In Family Law matters involving children, there may be a risk that your ex-partner or spouse could take your child overseas (either temporarily or permanently) without your knowledge or consent. In our experience, this risk is often heightened in circumstances where the other party is a dual citizen of another country, or has...Read more