Top 4 Family Law Myths

Separation is full of uncertainty for most couples. It is important to remember that every family law matter is different and you shouldn’t compare your circumstances to another couple. Today we are covering the top 4 myths in family law to try and clear up some uncertainty. Myth 1 – Property is divided equally This … Continued

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Divorce without Court – What is Collaborative Family Law?

Going through a divorce can be one of life’s roughest passages. At times you can feel overwhelmed with emotions such as anger, sadness, depression and this might affect your capability of being able to think clearly or make good choices. You may also feel very far removed from your usual competent, thoughtful, considerate, reasonable, fair-minded, … Continued

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4 Tips to Help You Prepare for Mediation

Are you attending mediation in relation to your parenting or financial matters? Meditation is a great opportunity to obtain an outcome that is tailored to your needs and preference while saving time, money and stress that is involved with going to court.  The key to a successful mediation is preparation by both parties, their lawyers … Continued

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How do I get Divorced?

What is a Divorce? In Australia, family law is based on a “no-fault” principle. This means that the only ground for divorce is an “irretrievable breakdown” of the marriage. A divorce is the legal ending of a marriage. Even if you have been separated for years, your marital status can affect your legal rights. You … Continued

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