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By Michael Byrnes
The employer applied to the FWC to vary the amount payable to an employee, terminated on the basis of redundancy, to nil.
By Monique Robb
The Court needs to balance between welfare of the child and neutrality as to different religious views and practices.
By Katerina Lonergan, Monique Robb
The article looks at how different kinds of gifts have been treated by the courts in family law property settlements.
By Michael Byrnes
If an informal agreement has been reached, it is prudent to record the terms to avoid any confusion and uncertainty.
By Nicole Cini
Women at work will clearly remain at the centre of continued public discourse as well as public policy and legal reform.
By Nicole Pozovsky
Expert evi­dence can be crit­i­cal in nav­i­gat­ing a family law mat­ter to obtain­ a favourable prop­er­ty set­tle­ment.
By Richard Ottley, Nicole Cini
Employ­ers face the con­stant chal­lenge of try­ing to keep up with changes to the indus­tri­al rela­tions land­scape.
By Monique Robb
This case highlights a court's willingness not to make property settlement orders where it is not just and equitable.
By Monique Robb
The case highlights the need to be precise in drafting these agreements, particularly in respect to division of property.
By Monique Robb, Katerina Lonergan
What hap­pens if family law property pro­ceed­ings have com­menced and then a par­ty to the pro­ceed­ings dies?
By Sean Greenwood
This case demon­strates how the Court deals with two con­struc­tion con­tracts and decides which one binds the parties.
By Sean Greenwood
Parties should raise all relevant arguments at first instance, as they may not be able to raise new points on appeal.
By Sean Greenwood, Esther Khoo
This case highlights that creditors must get personal guarantees right or they may risk not being able to enforce them.
By Caroline Bass
When a parent takes their child out of Australia without any agreement, it may be difficult to secure its safe return.
By Caroline Bass
When you sign a Binding Financial Agreement and no longer agree to its terms, your rights to terminate are very limited.
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