Family Law

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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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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. When parents cannot agree on a school for their children. 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 parental responsibility. Ms Stewart …

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Divorce, Property Division and The Erosion Principle

Divorce, Property Division and The Erosion Principle   If you are looking to get a divorce, you may have been advised that the erosion principle will play a role in how your property and assets are divided. While a divorce will legally end your marriage, it does not necessarily end disagreements about property division or …

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International Family Law

Many Australians are well versed in international family law. Over six million Australians were born overseas and up to five million more were born in Australia but hold dual citizenship. For some – perhaps most – their connections to other countries will rarely become important legal issues. For dual citizens looking to divorce, however, things …

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