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What happens with the family business following a separation?
Article discusses what happens with the family business following a separation.
Australia
26 Jun 2019
2
Inheritance and the benefits of DNA testing
Trustees should be aware of benefits of DNA testing to resolve inheritance disputes or estate administration problems.
Australia
14 Jun 2019
3
How to co-parent after a family separation
In making orders pertaining to parenting, a Judge will order that it must be within the best interests of the children.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
4
Burial or cremation – Who ultimately decides?
Very few people seem to have actually considered how they would like their remains to be disposed of after their death.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
5
Divorce and Separation - What you need to know
This article asks and answers family law questions about divorce and separation in Australia and in New South Wales.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
6
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
7
Succession planning for the family trust - Common approaches
Complexity does exist in dealing with succession planning for trusts and careful planning is necessary to get it right.
Australia
6 Jun 2019
8
Blended families – Estate matters
Issues of blended families, parents with children from a previous relationship or marriage, are common in estate matters.
Australia
1 Jun 2019
9
Trust loss provisions and Family Trust Elections (FTE)
Trust loss provisions first applied in the 1995 tax year and the "family trust" concept has became popular with the ATO.
Australia
1 Jun 2019
10
Did husbands failure to disclose cause a miscarriage of justice? Which case won?
Article discusses case which raised the question of whether there had been a miscarriage of justice due to non disclosure.
Australia
29 May 2019
11
Do not delay if you think you have a claim against a deceased estate
This WA decision illustrates what could persuade a Court to extend the time limit for making a family provision claim.
Australia
27 May 2019
12
Married at first flight – Examining the validity of overseas marriages
An overseas marriage cannot be registered in Australia but a foreign certificate is evidence that a marriage occurred
Australia
27 May 2019
13
Aged Care Royal Commission – Case study
This case study concerned the physical and chemical restraint of a vulnerable man with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia.
Australia
26 May 2019
14
Law Reform Commission review of anti-discrimination law
The ALRC was asked to undertake a "review of the framework of religious exemptions in anti-discrimination legislation".
Australia
26 May 2019
15
After separation, can I change the surname of my child?
The Court's paramount consideration is if any proposed name change application is in the best interests of the child.
Australia
26 May 2019
16
Aretha Franklin: Handwritten Will was found under couch cushions
In Australia, an informal Will may be accepted by the Courts as a valid document demonstrating testamentary intention.
Australia
26 May 2019
17
Infor­mal prop­er­ty set­tle­ments: When will the court decline to make prop­er­ty set­tle­ment orders?
Courts would be willing to decline to make prop­er­ty set­tle­ment orders where it is not just and equi­table to do so.
Australia
25 May 2019
18
School holiday time for separated parents
The Family Court is will­ing to make orders for equal (or at least increased) time dur­ing a school hol­i­day peri­od.
Australia
25 May 2019
19
How do I file for divorce in Australia?
In Australia, spouses can file for a divorce after the pair have been separated for a period of no less than 12 months.
Australia
24 May 2019
20
Use it or lose it; a recent case on the law of adverse possession
The case highlights how property can be lost to a claim of adverse possession if it was over-looked in a deceased estate.
Australia
24 May 2019
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