What are Subpoenas in Family Law Matters?

06 May
2022

What are Subpoenas in Family Law Matters?

Subpoenas in Family Law Matters It is common in family law proceedings for Subpoenas to be issued to third parties seeking information that is relevant to the proceedings. Such information is considered to be independent and can be very useful in proving or substantiating a parties claim.  In the case…

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11 Apr
2022

The Dangers of Social Media in Family Law Disputes

Dangers of Social Media The rise of social media is impacting various areas of law, particularly family law proceedings. While sharing a social media post may seem harmless, a recent Family Law Review found that 81% of cases accepted social media evidence. There is no denying that an impulsive post…

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30 Aug
2021

Was Imprisonment Fair Punishment For Breach of a Family Court Order

Punishment For Breach of a Family Court Order In a recent decision of the Family Court, it was ordered that a mother serve an immediate term of imprisonment of 14 days and further that she be subject to a further term of imprisonment of 14 days which will be fully…

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09 Aug
2021

8 Critical Reasons To Update Your Will Sooner Rather Than Later

It is very important that your Will is always current and up to date. Why? If the Coronavirus Pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that the future is unknown and preparation is key.  So, why should you update your Will? There are a number of reasons why this important task…

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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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25 Feb
2020

Family Law Act 1975 Australia | What’s Best Fair In Love & Law?

What is the family law act 1975? Family law act 1975 is the Laws relating to marriage and divorce and the reasons relating to marriage and with it and otherwise the financial responsibility of the parents of the children and the de-facto relationship and some other matters relating to divorce.…

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30 Jan
2020

Binding Financial Agreement & Provisions of Family Law Act

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 to…

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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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10 Oct
2019

Criminal Law in Family Law Proceedings

The Impact of Criminal Law in Family Law Jurisdiction Criminal Law in family law: 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…

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09 Sep
2019

Child Vaccinations Australia and Family Law

Family Court and Child Vaccinations Australia Whilst many couples have long, happy relationships, there are bound to be one or more serious points of disagreement when it comes to raising children. These issues become more relevant in circumstances where the couple has separated and has different views on how best…

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