Statutory Time Limits in Property Settlements

14 Jun
2021

Statutory Time Limits in Property Settlements

There are two (2) very important Statutory Time Limits in property settlements that are critical for family law matters which clients should be aware of. These are summarised below: After a Divorce Order has been granted, parties have twelve (12) months from the date of the Divorce Order to commence Court…

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12 May
2021

Overflow Causes The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court to Merge

Overflow Causes The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court to Merge Many know that the family law courts are overflowing with matters and many of those matters relate to family violence and abuse, neglect, or harm coming to children. Some may not know that the majority of all family law…

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05 May
2021

Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence, or Risk in Parenting Proceedings

Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence, or risk in Parenting Proceedings If you commence or respond to parenting proceedings, you will be required to file a Notice of Child Abuse, Family Violence, or risk, an Application or Response will not be accepted for filing without the notice. This document alerts…

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28 Apr
2021

Mental Health and Family Law

Mental Health and Family Law Separation is one of the most significant life events a person can experience. Worry, anxiety, and stress over the uncertainty surrounding the arrangements for the children, money, and a property settlement division can be extremely difficult to cope with under challenging circumstances. It’s therefore important…

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12 Mar
2021

What Are You Worth in Your Property Settlement?

What Are You Worth in Your Property Settlement? That is (sometimes) the million-dollar question. In determining what a client is worth in a property settlement, we (and the Court) utilise a 4 step process. The 1st step is to determine the value of the net asset pool that is available…

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18 Jan
2021

5 Best Suggestions for co-parenting during COVID-19 in Australia

Best 5 Suggestions for co-parenting Australia during COVID-19 Today we brought five suggestions for you on "co-parenting Australia". The Australian Government restrictions are frequently changing to ensure the safety of the people and this means there has been more people in self-isolation and the norm of daily living has changed.…

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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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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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05 Oct
2020

Are You Considering Marriage Separation Process in Australia?

Marriage Separation Process in Australia (Marriage, Families and Separation Brochure, Certificate) Marriage Separation Process in Australia or in your family. What does it mean for you? Have you clearly thought it through? This could be one of the most traumatic experiences a family will face. Family Separation can be devastating…

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