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Contravene Family Violence Intervention Order

Filed under: Defence law, Family Law, Domestic/Family Violence within family law

If you are charged with contravening a family violence intervention order, it is very important that you obtain advice from a defence lawyer. Magistrates...

Section 90B Agreements - Personalised Financial Agreements for Couples Contemplating Marriage

Filed under: Family Law, Financial Arrangements

Under the umbrella of family law are the rules concerning relationships including de facto and married couples. When a relationship is initiated between...

What happens if one parent is in contravention of a parenting order?

Filed under: Family Law, Parenting, Children's Court/Care and Protection

Parties who are bound by a parenting order must take reasonable steps to comply with the order. However with that being said, how does the law ensure that...

Is separation still possible if a couple still lives in the same residence?

Filed under: Separation, Family Law

When parties to a marriage have separated, but are still living together in the same residence: does the law require that a former couple prove an irretrievable...

Divorce applications and arrangements for children

Filed under: Divorce, Children, Agreements, Family Law, Children's Court/Care and Protection

The divorce process is never easy and if there are also children involved, there are a number of other considerations to take into account that can make...

Serving an application for divorce: The process explained

Filed under: Divorce, Separation, Family Law

When serving an application for divorce, there are certain steps that must be followed, unless service is dispensed with by the court.

How are non-financial contributions dealt with by the courts when a relationship comes to an end?

Filed under: Divorce, Separation, Financial Disputes, Family Law, Property Settlement, Asset Divison, Spousal Maintenance

When determining how property is to be dealt with when a relationship comes to an end, the law will look to the contributions of the parties that takes...

What happens if one parent is in contravention of a parenting order?

Filed under: Children, Family Law, Parenting, Children's Court/Care and Protection

Parties who are bound by a parenting order must take reasonable steps to comply with the order. However with that being said, how does the law ensure that...

Proving irretrievable breakdown of the marriage for divorce matters

Filed under: Divorce, Separation, Family Law

The one and only ground for divorce in Australia is that of irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. When proving irretrievable breakdown of a marriage,...

Surrogacy Lawyers Crows Nest

Filed under: Children, Family Law

Altruistic surrogacy is legal in New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia....

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