Gary Su

Solicitor

Gary Su is a solicitor at Hall Payne Lawyers, practicing in our Family Law division.

“It is an absolute privilege to have the opportunity to work with, and be mentored by both Vanessa and Shirley, who together have a wealth of experience in Family Law. We make a superb team.”

Gary is admitted to practice in The Supreme Court of Queensland and The High Court of Australia. Ever since his first Family Law lecture, he knew that this was the area of law he wanted to practice in.

“I particularly enjoy Family Law as it is a unique area of law which deals with the most vulnerable area of peoples’ lives – their family and their finances.

I am exceptionally approachable and I enjoy working with people during their most challenging times, to achieve an outcome where they can look forward to the next chapter of their life.”

Gary is determined to listen to your problems and provide you with realistic legal advice which sometimes may be difficult to consider, but ultimately would be in the best interests of your family.

Gary has recently spent some time in China teaching English. Due to this experience, he is fluent in Mandarin and as such is able to communicate with, and provide services to Chinese speaking clients.

Outside the office Gary is a fan of the Cowboys, enjoys playing Texas Hold’em and is a collector of fine whiskey.

Recent Blogs by Gary

How do I enter into a Binding Financial Agreement?

Types of Binding Financial Agreements (Prenuptial Agreement)

Binding Financial Agreements (BFA) are “financial” agreements used in family law. They are often colloquially known as prenups or prenuptial agreements. BFA’s are entered into prior to, during a marriage or de facto relationship or after a marriage or de facto relationship.

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Family law courts COVID list for urgent matters

The Family Law Courts establish a new “COVID-19 list” to deal with urgent coronavirus impacted matters

The Family Law Courts have now implemented a COVID-19 list. The list is exclusively for urgent family law matters which have arisen as a direct result of the impact of the coronavirus.

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PPP500 scheme for property settlement

The new PPP500 scheme to speed up family law property settlements

A new pilot program for family law matters, known as Priority Property Pool under $500,000 (PPP500 cases) and aimed at expediting eligible property settlement cases, commenced on 1 March 2020.

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What if I can’t comply with my Parenting Orders due to COVID restrictions?

Parenting Orders during COVID-19. What happens if compliance becomes difficult?

If parents have Parenting Orders which have been impacted by the pandemic, for example, the forced shutdown of schools and state borders, they need to communicate with each other and reach a practical solution to resolve these difficulties if it is safe to do so.

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