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Family Lawyers

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat etc. Social Media sites can be the undoing of some parents with screenshots containing damning evidence often found attached to Affidavits filed with the Court. In certain cases parents can be punished for what they reveal on...

Selling all your assets to your sister or relative for $1 so that you protect your assets from a family law claim may seem like a smart move, but the Court has far reaching powers to shed light on hidden property. Under the Family Law Act, the Court has the power to...

Parenting Orders made by the Family Courts must be followed by parents. But what can a parent do when those arrangements need to change?. According to the Family Law Act, the Court has the power to change, suspend or even revive some or all of an earlier parenting...

A common reason parents come to see our family law solicitors is where there is a dispute about the children’s passports. These disputes can range from getting a passport for a child where the other parent does not agree to sign the form, to withholding a...

A recent decision by the Full Court of Australia highlights how important it is for separating couples to formalise their family law property agreement with the Court. Whilst the family law legislation provides deadlines for parties to settle their property affairs it...

Earlier this year the High Court of Australia ruled that the Family Courts have the power to direct the Tax Office to substitute Tax debt from one spouse to another in a property dispute. The facts of the case involved a Wife who owed $256,078.00 to the Australian...

On 11 September 2019 amendments to the Family Law Act 1975 with respect to cross examination of self-represented parties where there are allegations of family violence will come in to effect. In effect, cross examination will not be permitted where there is a...

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