5 Tips For Finding the Right Family Lawyer5 May 2021 | Family Law
Knowing where to go and what to look for in a family lawyer can be overwhelming, especially at such a difficult time in your life. Keep in mind that you will have to discuss some very personal issues including your children, your assets, and your financial circumstances, so finding a lawyer you feel...
Making difficult relationship decisions during COVID-1915 September 2020 | Family Law
Whether you have already separated, are contemplating separation, or are concerned that your significant other may be contemplating separation, we know that the current COVID-19 restrictions are complicating relationship problems for many people like...
Bankruptcy in family law proceedings23 April 2020 | Family Law
Personal bankruptcy can significantly impact a family law matter and it is important that parties are aware of the potential consequences. By way of general summary only: What are the implications of bankruptcy? If you or your former spouse / former de...
Arbitration: a viable option in the midst of COVID-1922 April 2020 | Family Law
The Courts dealing with family law matters are not immune to the impacts of COVID-19 and the challenges of balancing the health and safety of those involved in proceedings, and maintaining access to justice. To help minimise disruption to clients, the...
Redundancy payments and family law15 April 2020 | Family Law
Payments you receive as part of your redundancy package may be, and often are, relevant in family law matters involving property settlement, child support and spousal maintenance.
Does a two-year relationship mean we are a de facto couple?25 March 2020 | Family Law
For family law purposes, a person is in a de facto relationship with another person if they: Are not legally married to each other Are not related by family, and Have a “relationship as a couple living together on a genuine domestic basis”. In...