Binding Financial Agreement & Provisions of Family Law Act

30 Jan
2020

Binding Financial Agreement & Provisions of Family Law Act

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Binding Financial Agreement & Provisions of Family Law Act While binding financial agreement, Parties may wish to determine the ownership of their assets and liabilities whilst contemplating or living in a relationship (including same-sex relationships), contemplating entering into a marriage, during a marriage or after a divorce, may wish…

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14 Jan
2020

Bankruptcy Act – AustLII and Divorce Loopholes

Bankruptcy Act 1996 and Family Law Act 1975 - AustLII and Divorce Loopholes Under bankruptcy act 1966 law, creditors are unable to claim against a person’s estate if that person has declared bankruptcy. However, there are certain situations where bankruptcy act can be orchestrated to appear this way, so as…

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07 Jan
2020

Family Law and Social Media

Social Media Feuds: How It Can Affect Your Family Law Matter Almost 11 Million Australians will use Facebook over the course of 2019. Like most people, Facebook is used as a platform to share your thoughts and experiences or listen to others. As such, it is not uncommon to across…

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01 Jan
2020

Australian divorce law property settlement: Divorce Enduring Power of Attorney and Wills

Australian divorce law property settlement, How Your Ex Can End Up With Your Estate? "Australian divorce law property settlement", says A breakdown of a relationship can be one of the hardest times in a person’s life. During this time, individuals often undergo immense changes to routine, living environments, and lifestyle.…

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21 Dec
2019

Monitoring Spouses and Privacy

Monitoring Spouses and Ex-Partners: Skirting a Fine Line During a breakdown of a relationship or marriage, an individual’s life (both personal and public) are usually retracted from the other party. This can be a strange time for some people, as many parties spend years intentionally or unintentionally knowing the whereabouts…

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13 Dec
2019

Equal Shared Responsibility and Major Long Term Issues

A typical parenting order made by the Court will involve equal shared parental responsibility. This essentially means that both parents are required to consult each other on the major long-term issues of the children which relate to the order. Whilst the definition of “major issues” is not meant to be…

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04 Dec
2019

Domestic Violence Australia and spousal visas

Domestic Violence Australia & Property Matters The issue of family violence is current governed by both the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) and the Family Law Legislation Amendment (Domestic Violence Australia and Other Measures) Act 2011 (Cth). The recent amendments effectively change the Family Law Act to provide: Greater protection…

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25 Nov
2019

When can children decide which parent to live with in Australia?

Can children decide which parents to live with? When determining the living arrangement for children post-separation, parents often wonder at what age can children decide who to live with themselves. It is important to understand there is no one standard age that must be met. The reality of this question…

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18 Oct
2019

Obligations and Rights Under Australian Anti-Discrimination Law

It is unlawful to discriminate against another person who possesses certain attributes in Australia. The federal legislative instruments which govern this area of discrimination law include:- Racial Discrimination Act 1975 Sex Discrimination Act 1984 Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986 4. Disability Discrimination Act 1992 5.Age Discrimination Act 2004 Collectively,…

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10 Oct
2019

Criminal Law in Family Law Proceedings

The Impact of Criminal Law in the Family Law Jurisdiction Pursuant to section 61DA of the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth), the presumption of equal shared parental responsibility exists within family law proceedings. However, this presumption does not apply in circumstances where parents have engaged in family violence due to…

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