Family Law

International Child Abduction Australia

Proposed Changes to International Child Abduction Australia

International Child Abduction Australia Currently, Australia has one of the highest rates of international child abductions in the world. From 2015 to 2016, Australian parents made 92 Hague Convention applications for the return of 137 abducted children. Out of those applications, only 63 were returned successfully. Former Family Court judge Nahum Mushin has declared that …

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Child Dispute Conference – 5 Critical Points You Should Know

You may have been asked by a court or informed by your lawyer that you need to attend a Child Dispute Conference. This post is designed to give you a brief overview of what happens before, during and after a Child Dispute Conference. Here are “5 Critical Points you Should Know about your Child Dispute …

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Planning a Separation Checklist Australia

Separation Checklist Australia: 7 Essential steps

Separation Checklist Australia: 7 Essential steps Separating from your partner can be an overwhelming and confusing process. To make it easier, we have prepared this list called the “Separation Checklist Australia” that can help identify what you need to do and to make it an easier transition. In summary, the 7 steps of the separation …

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Family Court Decides Children’s $300,000 Private Education

Divorced Parents and School Fees Divorced Parents and School Fees. What happens when parents cannot agree on a school for their children. What happens when a court is asked to decide about private schooling. The parents couldn’t agree on where their son and daughter should go to high school. They both had equal and shared …

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