Launch of Page Provan!

I am delighted to announce the launch of Page Provan, family and fertility lawyers.  I am in partnership with Bruce Provan.  Our focus remains on achieving quality outcomes for our clients.  For over 13 years I was a partner at Harrington Family Lawyers, first with Julie Harrington and then also with Bruce Provan.  In late… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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Launch of Page Provan!

I am delighted to announce the launch of Page Provan, family and fertility lawyers.  I am in partnership with Bruce Provan.  Our focus remains on achieving quality outcomes for our clients. 
For over 13 years I was a partner at Harrington Family Lawyers, first with Julie Harrington and then also with Bruce Provan.  In late November, Julie Harrington announced that she was retiring from the practice, effective immediately.
 
Bruce and I decided in light of Julie’s retirement from the practice that it was appropriate that to reflect the new ownership that it be called Page Provan.  I am excited to continue to provide services to my clients and hopefully will do so for many years to come.  Our office address of level 12, 239 George Street, Brisbane, has not changed, nor our phone number: +61 7 3221 9544. My email has changed to stephen@pageprovan.com.au.
Things to Read, Watch & Listen

Legal Parentage After Domestic Surrogacy Arrangements

Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Director Stephen Page presented a paper at Growing Families’ National Conference Day Sydney.

Legal Aspects of Donation and Surrogacy in Queensland

On 11 June 2022, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Director Stephen Page presented a paper at Monash IVF Qld Clinical Day regarding the legal aspects of donation and surrogacy in Queensland.

The Decline of Inter-Country Adoption

Our Director Stephen Page was honoured to be interviewed by London family lawyer Yasmin Khan-Gunns about her proposed essay on the decline of inter-country adoptions.