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Family Law and Divorce

Articles, journals and relevant legislative material in relation to family law.

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Assets Distribution in Property Settlement

If Your Partner Has all the Money & Power, How Can You Get a Fair Distribution of Assets in a Property Settlement? Considering property settlement, not all large Family Law matters end as amicably as the divorce settlement of the founders of Amazon, Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos. Many times the dominant partner in a post-divorce/property dispute feels they can over-power their ex-partner into accepting less than...

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Cross Border Family Law Disputes

Family Law Disputes That Stretch Across Borders Can Be Complicated - What Can You Do About It? The multi-national makeup of Australia is creating a need for access to experienced legal advice covering a range of jurisdictions.  Whether it is a dispute over; child custody, enforcement of child support payments cross-border, or resolution of property settlements that include assets in locations other than Australia, we can...

Parents Behaving Badly

Children rely on their parents for food, shelter, emotional support and love.  However, during divorce proceedings, parents often need some support of their own. If you are going through a relationship breakdown, remember that Courts smile upon parents who act in the ‘best interests of the child.’  Of course, this is easier said than done when your former partner is acting increasingly childish about your...

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Property in Family Law Matters

They Can't Just Cut You Off... Are you contemplating leaving your partner, but are apprehensive about the impact on your finances? Fear of a lack of resources is not a good reason to stay in an unhappy relationship!  With some planning and support, you can manage your separation so your standard of living does not plummet. One of the common reasons people tend to delay family...

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