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  1. Working together to resolve relationship disputes

    19 March 2021 | Family Law

    When your relationship breaks down you can access a range of dispute resolution services to help you and your former partner reach agreement. These services can include negotiation between lawyers, mediation, arbitration, conciliation and family dispute...

  2. Legal Ethics – Professionals in Suits

    16 August 2019 | Family Law
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    You could be forgiven for developing a certain view about how lawyers are allowed to conduct themselves, if the closest contact you’d had was Harvey Specter in Suits. While Harvey’s “win a no win situation by rewriting the rules!”...

  3. Review of the Family Law System – Accountability and Transparency

    5 July 2019 | Family Law
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    It’s fair to say that for any public service system to work, there are fundamental elements which are necessary. Foremost, is the need for clear common objectives, simplified functionality and efficiency, transparency of process, skilled...

  4. Pre-nups going global…

    16 October 2017 | Family Law

    Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial style agreements have, for many years been an alterative option for couples to settle their property settlement in Australia rather than resorting to litigation. In the current climate, financial agreements, as they are now...

  5. Dr Seuss on Separation & ADR

    14 September 2017 | Family Law

    So you have separated. Now, regarding all the matters arising out of your separation, do you: Negotiate? Mediate? Collaborate? Arbitrate? Conciliate? Or Litigate? Sounds rather like something out of Dr Seuss, doesn’t it? Separation after marriage or...

  6. White Ribbon Breakfast 2016

    22 November 2016 | Family Law

    For the second consecutive year, Barry.Nilsson. has sponsored a table at the White Ribbon Breakfast for the Legal Profession held last Thursday at City Hall in Brisbane. This event, being held for the fourth time, is held in support of the abolition of...

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