Queensland Family Law Practitioners’ Association Retreat 20199 July 2019 | Family Law
More than 250 members of the Family Law profession recently gathered in Noosa for the second annual Queensland Family Law Practitioners’ Association (FLPA) Retreat. Delegates included judicial officers, solicitors, barristers, social scientists and...
What? My death might benefit my ex?15 September 2014 | Wills & Estates
Separating from a spouse or de facto partner is a difficult and upsetting time for most people. People are often cognisant of the importance to instruct a family lawyer shortly after separation to manage their affairs in a timely fashion.
When will we see grandma and grandpa again? The effects of separation on grandparents6 June 2014 | Family Law
Grandparent’s play an important role in a child’s life and can often be left out of consideration in relationship breakdowns. So what are your rights as a grandparent?
Making Sure the Agreement Sticks - Property settlements in family law matters3 March 2014 | Family Law
Once parties have reached agreement in relation to how to divide their property following the breakdown of their relationship it is imperative that they record the agreement in a legally binding format.
Tax ruling means big changes for matrimonial property settlements22 November 2013 | Family Law
Up until 13 November 2013, several private rulings of the Australian Taxation Office had established a general rule regarding section 44 and Division 7A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Cth) (ITAA).