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Family violence on property settlement proceedings
An evidentiary nexus is needed between the family violence and the capacity or effort to make the relevant contributions.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
2
What you need to know before separating from your partner
You should take these tips into account early on before making any impulse decisions that could affect your legal rights.
Australia
7 Jun 2019
3
How family violence impacts on property settlement proceedings
The court held that family violence is relevant to property settlement proceedings in the assessment of contributions.
Australia
19 May 2019
4
Update: Federal Leaders Debate 2019 in Perth
This most recent leaders debate in front of 48 undecided voters addressed varying topics to indicate differing policies.
Australia
16 May 2019
5
Easter school holidays for separated parents
With Easter holidays just recently, this is a guide for separated parents seeking to travel overseas with their children.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
6
Legislative amendments set to protect family violence victims in Family Court proceedings
The bill prohibits family violence perpetrators from directly cross-examining their victims in Family Court proceedings.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
7
Cheaper, faster results in family law overhaul
The government proposes a major overhaul of the administrative and structural aspects of the federal Family Court system.
Australia
7 Jun 2018
8
Scorned lovers have ditched keying a car belonging to their ex in favour of revenge porn
Under proposed new Australian laws, social media networks could also face hefty fines for facilitating revenge porn.
Australia
11 Dec 2017
9
Holidays, separation and Family Court proceedings
Before any children, subject to proceedings, travel outside Australia, they must have written consent or a Court Order.
Australia
7 Dec 2017
10
The pros and cons of an online family law dispute resolution system
The article notes high hopes for ODR, estimating that 20 percent of family law disputes could be resolved by the system.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
11
Marriage, divorce and estate planning
After the start or end of a marriage, many people re-evaluate who should benefit from the estate following their death.
Australia
13 Sep 2017
12
Can I make a claim against an estate?
Legislation exists to ensure that a testator provides for those they had an obligation to support during their lifetime.
Australia
13 Sep 2017
13
Reminder: Time is of critical importance when it comes to inheritance cases
When someone passes away, their property should be distributed in accordance with inheritance laws without delay.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
14
Family Law Basic Series: Are there time limitations for commencing property settlement proceedings?
Separation is a difficult time, but parties must note time limitations to bring property proceedings before the Court.
Australia
1 Sep 2017
15
Family Law Basics Series: Legal capacity and family law
The presumption taken by the courts is that every adult person (18+) has legal capacity to make their own decisions.
Australia
17 Aug 2017
16
Smacking children and family law - What is okay and what is not?
The "Smacking Grandparents" case received a lot of attention and the grandparents received overwhelming public support.
Australia
9 Aug 2017
17
Family Law Basics Series: What is a case guardian?
In the Family Court, a case guardian can make decisions for a party who lacks legal capacity to manage their own affairs.
Australia
3 Aug 2017
18
Binding Financial Agreements in family law
They generally spell out the agreement reached between a couple as to their finances, and the division of their assets.
Australia
20 Jul 2017
19
Family Law Basics Series: What is the role of a single expert witness in financial matters?
In this series of fundamental basics of family law, we explore the single expert witness's role in financial matters.
Australia
18 Jul 2017
20
Wills and Estate Planning Basics Series: Who will you appoint as your executor?
An executor needs to focus on the role of executor, to make decisions for the benefit of the estate and beneficiaries.
Australia
11 Jul 2017
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