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High Court: Tax debts can be transferred between spouses
The power of the Court to assign a tax debt of one spouse to the other was recently considered by the High Court.
Australia
20 Dec 2018
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Christmas for separated parents
Negotiating Christmas can be difficult following separation so it is important to make arrangements with your ex-partner.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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How to keep custody of your fur-baby (or pet) when going through a divorce
Recently, there has been an increase in separating couples arguing through the Family Court for custody of their pets.
Australia
1 Dec 2018
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WA response to increasing family violence
Recent legislative reform and an increase in legal services are in response to more incidents of family violence in WA.
Australia
4 Oct 2018
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Post Valentines Day blues for married couples
Trial separations could allow couples to take a step back to reflect, contemplate, and to come to a mutual resolution.
Australia
23 Feb 2018
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New Year, New You - are your affairs in order?
The New Year is a good time to reflect on the more serious aspects of your life and ensure your affairs are in order.
Australia
11 Jan 2018
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Stopping elder abuse: a view from the trenches
Pending legislative change, this article includes nine tips to avoid falling victim to the scourge of elder abuse.
Australia
15 Dec 2017
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The scourge of elder abuse
Estate planning and dispute resolution lawyers are increasingly rescuing seniors from their trusted family or friends.
Australia
14 Jul 2017
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Try before you buy: why the demise of de facto couples is higher than married couples
These results showed that de facto couples were more likely to separate than couples who married after cohabitating.
Australia
12 Mar 2017
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Parenting plans – the technical requirements
It is in the best interests of the children of separating parents that the parents reach agreement as to their ongoing care.
Australia
21 Aug 2016
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I want half of my ex's superannuation - Can I get it?
In WA, superannuation will be treated differently, depending on whether you were married or in a de-facto relationship.
Australia
3 May 2016
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Married for less than two years and already in trouble?
Where parties have been married less than two years, the Family Court requires additional evidence of marriage breakdown.
Australia
9 Mar 2016
13
To leave or not to leave the family home after separation
For the purposes of a property settlement, it is irrelevant whether a party has remained in the family home or moved out.
Australia
4 Mar 2016
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The effect of marriage or divorce on wills in WA
In Western Australia, getting married or divorced after making a Will, automatically revokes or invalidates that Will.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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Setting aside a Binding Child Support Agreement (BCSA)
The setting aside of a BCSA essentially results in a termination of the Agreement, so there are limited circumstances.
Australia
17 Feb 2016
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How to avoid court after separation
There are a number of steps that couples can take to resolve the legal aspects of their relationship breakdown amicably.
Australia
15 Feb 2016
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EPA vs EPG vs AHD for an aging population
Enduring Powers of Attorney, of Guardianship and Advanced Health Directives allow for more control over your affairs.
Australia
13 Jan 2016
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Relocation - what do the cases say about me moving?
Cases involving the proposed relocation of a child are difficult cases for the Court to decide.
Australia
 
10 May 2015
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