Family Law and Covid 19 vaccinations for children in Australia

Vaccination for Covid 19 is one of the most divisive issues…
December 6, 2021/by admin

The Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia 2021

The Federal Circuit of Australia and Family Court of Australia…
November 17, 2021/by admin

Can a step-parent adopt their partner’s child in Queensland?

It is permissible to adopt your partner’s child in Queensland,…
March 16, 2020/by admin

What is Equal Shared Parental Responsibility?


The Family Law Amendment
(Shared Parental Responsibility)…
October 22, 2019/by admin

Trusts and Separation

“Family trusts” are a common structure through which people may operate a business or hold assets.
October 2, 2018/by admin

Sole Use and Occupancy of the Former Matrimonial Home

Applying for sole use and occupancy of the Former Matrimonial Homes and the pro’s and con’s.
March 14, 2014/by admin

Asset Protection, Family Law and Succession Planning

Can a binding financial agreement also be used as a succession planning tool; or to protect against a family provision claim pursuant to the Succession Act 1981?
October 10, 2013/by admin

The Full Court of the Family Court sheds more light on Stanford and the 4 step process

How does the 4 step process operate post Stanford in terms of the practical considerations in providing client’s with advice?
October 9, 2013/by admin

Recordings as evidence in courts exercising jurisdiction under Family Law Act 1975

Recordings can be clear evidence however using recordings in the Family Law system can also cause problems for the person with the recording device.
August 19, 2013/by admin

Applications for Litigation Expenses aka “Hogan Orders”

In situations of financial power imbalance orders can be sought requiring that the party with funds pay for the other parties litigation expenses.-The power to make these orders comes from a number of sources.
August 16, 2013/by admin

Liar Liar Pants on Fire

What happens when someone lies to a Government Department yet wants to “come clean” in the Family Court?
August 16, 2013/by admin

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