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What documents do I need to file in court to start family law proceedings?
The documents you need to file will vary depending on whether you are asking the court to make parenting or property orders.
Australia
13 Aug 2019
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Is my potential inheritance relevant to property settlement?
An imminent inheritance will be, more often than not, relevant to property settlement matters.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
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What happens to Lassie when we separate?
Article discusses the issues associated with who keeps the family pet when a relationship ends.
Australia
31 Jul 2019
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I won the lotto and it is mine, mine, mine, mine, mine … or is it?
He was ordered to pay one half of the lotto win to his ex-wife, despite it being more than two years after separation.
Australia
17 Jul 2019
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If we can reach agreement, do we still need to go to court?
Where separated parties can agree about property settlement or parenting matters, there is no need to go to court.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
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Practical tips for expert witnesses in the family law courts
A capable, sensible valuation expert is often an essential element in helping parties agree to a property settlement.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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Why all separated couples are just like Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos (Mr & Mrs Amazon)
The process of working out how to divide the assets on separation is the same, regardless of the wealth of the parties.
Australia
18 Jan 2019
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Inheritances and property settlement – will you lose your inheritance to your former spouse?
It is difficult to include an inheritance in a property settlement, and each matter will turn on its unique facts.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
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Helping your child through a change in living arrangements
Separated parents should work together to deliver a clear and consistent message, to avoid any unnecessary distress.
Australia
20 Aug 2018
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3 myths about what family lawyers can do about separation explained
Family lawyers can provide an understanding about separation, your available options and ways to resolve any disputes.
Australia
21 Apr 2018
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Negotiating with your former spouse in a family law dispute
Try to treat this negotiation as a business decision; rather than risk getting distracted by your emotional connection.
Australia
31 Jan 2018
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What property settlement will I get if we separate? Answering the question in Australia.
Advising clients about property settlement is complicated due to seemingly contradicting High Court decisions.
Australia
28 Nov 2017
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Yes or no to same-sex marriage – does this affect you?
If same-sex marriage is legalised, it will not create any additional rights for same-sex couples in a family law sphere.
Australia
16 Nov 2017
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The impact of power imbalance and undue influence on financial agreements in a family relationship – should you be concerned?
These agreements were voidable due to an inequality of bargaining power and a lack of fair or reasonable alternatives.
Australia
12 Nov 2017
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Recording devices and family law in Queensland: when can you record a conversation?
If you are certain it is legal to record a conversation, then consider whether you would obtain any useful evidence.
Australia
24 Jan 2017
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Family law insights: The role and entitlements of grandparents
Separation doesn't just affect two parents and their children - it can have an impact on extended family members as well.
Australia
23 Nov 2016
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Can a former spouse be entitled to a share of their ex-partner's family business?
A former spouse may be entitled to a substantial interest in a family's business, awarded outside of the Family Court.
Australia
22 Jul 2016
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What does it take to have a binding financial agreement – lessons to be learnt from the Grant Hackett experience
Financial agreements must be approached very carefully to reduce the risk of being set aside by the Family Law Court.
Australia
5 Feb 2016
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