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Separation and Divorce

Whether it be after a period of two months or 25 years, splitting from the person you once saw as your life partner is never easy. In this post we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common questions clients ask us when beginning the process of divorce.

Posted: 28/10/2015 1:51:23 PM by Kristen Perry | with 0 comments

Tackling Misconceptions About Property Settlement After Divorce

Even amongst all the anger and sadness that follows a divorce the greatest feelings of injustice are often stirred during the property settlement process. In truth a lot of this is caused by people’s misunderstanding of what they can expect to receive, both in terms of money and material possessions. To make sure you’re not left reeling have a look through our list of property entitlement myths and the facts behind them.

Posted: 23/10/2015 12:23:10 PM by Kristen Perry | with 0 comments
Filed under: Family Law

My partner has removed our children from my care and is refusing to give them back. What can I do?

Having your child removed from your care is any parent’s worst nightmare. Not only does it cause great emotional stress but can also bring intense feelings of anger and resentment towards your partner. In this post we outline the processes and guidelines that are in place to deal with such situations effectively.

Posted: 6/10/2015 9:52:03 AM by Kristen Perry | with 0 comments
Filed under: Family Law

Getting To Grips With Bankruptcy In Family Law Matters

Family Law and Bankruptcy are two elements of law that are frequently brought together in overlapping matters. Very often, this forms a complex and overwhelming amount of legislation. Whether you are experiencing financial difficulties at home or are separating from a partner, a solid understanding of the Bankruptcy Act and Family Law Act will make the process much easier for all parties.

Posted: 2/10/2015 12:39:38 PM by Kristen Perry | with 0 comments

Family Violence And The Family Court

Family violence is defined as behaviour that is violent or threatening, coerces or controls another family member or causes them to be fearful. There are many different types of violence and not all are physical. In this post we outline some examples of behaviours that constitute family violence.

Posted: 1/09/2015 1:06:25 PM by Kristen Perry | with 0 comments
Filed under: Family Law

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