Criminal Behaviours within Family Law Matters

25 Apr
2022

Criminal Behaviours within Family Law Matters

Over the past few years, criminal law and family violence have increasingly interconnected with family law and child protection matters.   At times family law matters, especially when involving children, can often reveal the complexities within a family, and therefore it is not uncommon for these complexities to also include some…

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28 Mar
2022

Family Court Orders: Breaches and Enforcement

Family court orders are binding Court orders are binding for all parties, regardless of whether it is on an interim or final basis. Despite this, breaches of court orders are still extremely common in family law. The important question is what can be done when dealing with breaches of orders?…

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12 Jul
2021

The different types of Child Support Arrangements

Child support can be managed between the parties in a number of ways. Some parents prefer to and are able to have very flexible and informal arrangements between them. Others prefer that their arrangements are managed via the Child Support Agencies – and other parents formalise their arrangements via a Private…

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03 Mar
2021

What’s The Lighthouse Project effect in Brisbane, Australia 2021?

About The Lighthouse Project effect in Brisbane The Lighthouse Project came into effect in the Brisbane Registry of the Family and Federal Circuit Court of Australia in early 2021. It is a pilot program designed to assist the most vulnerable participants in parenting matters with concerns as to family violence,…

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27 Jan
2021

How Australian Lawyers getting hurt as a result of COVID-19 shutdowns

How Australian Lawyers are getting hurt? Australian Lawyers getting hurt as a result of Covid-19 shutdowns. Digital Disruption leading them back to work. Like most other industries, the legal fraternity is seeing difficulties with the continuing lockdowns in many states and area hotspots. The legal profession can be proud of…

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24 Nov
2020

How Australia Introduced ‘No Fault Divorce’ — And Why Our Family Law System is Under Review Again

No-Fault Divorce in Australia For decades, if you wanted a divorce in Australia, you had to prove your spouse was to blame. No-fault divorce was not legal by local law. The grounds ranged from habitual drunkenness to adultery, and many cases involved the use of private investigators. Some couples who privately…

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09 Nov
2020

Parental Responsibilities and Children’s Issues

You have had counselling with your partner and possibly your own counselling to solve Parental Responsibilities. Matters cannot be resolved. You have received financial advice to know what your financial future holds. You have endeavoured in every way possible to negotiate with your partner but without success. The stumbling block…

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23 Oct
2020

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to Maintain a working relationship with your former partner after separation

How to avoid court? Alternative dispute resolution. Maintain a working relationship with your former partner after separation, especially if there are children For the sake of your family, especially your children, after a separation, it is important, if at all possible to do so, to maintain a working relationship with…

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15 Oct
2020

How Australian Family Law Act Determines Your Entitlements to Property?

Australian family law act determines your entitlements to property James Noble is a familiar face and expert family lawyers in Brisbane have suggested some way to get your Property by the Australian Family Law Act. If you are searching for legitimate advice before divide family property. This article can be…

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08 Oct
2020

What is a Collaborative Practice Agreement?

What is a Collaborative Practice Agreement? In a Collaborative Practice agreement, the desires of the parties participating in the negotiations are ascertained prior to the first combined meeting with their lawyers and with each other at the time of the early stages of the joint negotiation meetings. It is quite…

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