What do the Federal Government amendments to the Family Law Act mean for Superannuation?

19 Oct

What do the Federal Government amendments to the Family Law Act mean for Superannuation?

Superannuation in Family Law What does this mean for you? The Family Law Act was amended in 2002 to deal with superannuation. It gave power to the Court to deal with superannuation entitlements.  The amendments allowed the Court to transfer entitlements in the fund of one of the parties to…

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20 Sep

What is Spousal Maintenance?

Spousal maintenance Similarly to child maintenance applications, a party can apply for spousal maintenance in the Court seeking financial support until all issues in the Court have been resolved. A spousal maintenance application can be made in its own right. It is not necessary to seek other financial relief from the…

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05 Jul

Court Orders: How To Be A Responsible Shared Parent of Your Children

Where the children should live and how much time they should spend with the other parent or other significant adults in their lives are now subject to the Family Law Act.  This came into effect in 2006. The principals in the legislation are summarised as follows: “The law will take…

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19 Feb

James Noble Law – Client Focused. Results Driven.

Welcome to Brisbane’s newest law firm with more experience than just about any other. Accredited Specialist James Noble has been practising in the Family Law field for about 40 years.  What he doesn’t know about family law in Brisbane and Australia is not worth knowing. The James Noble Family Law…

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