Mondaq Australia: Family and Matrimonial
Di Rosa Lawyers
Probate practice was the first to transition to CourtSA, the digital platform of the SA Courts Administration Authority.
Swaab
What hap­pens if family law property pro­ceed­ings have com­menced and then a par­ty to the pro­ceed­ings dies?
Cooper Grace Ward
It is difficult to include an inheritance in a property settlement, and each matter will turn on its unique facts.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
People often don't realise that there is a process and procedure that they must follow when they decide to divorce.
Paterson & Dowding
Geographical size and population distribution mean that many find it difficult and costly to access legal advice in WA.
Paterson & Dowding
This expert panel was asked to report on significant and emerging issues in family law, particularly for WA, in 2019.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
Recent significant changes to the Australian superannuation system may affect your current estate planning arrangements.
HHG Legal Group
Recently, there has been an increase in separating couples arguing through the Family Court for custody of their pets.
HHG Legal Group
These changes are proposed, but it is far better to have a valid will in place to deal with your estate after you die.
Cooper Grace Ward
Schools should be aware of the terms of these parenting orders and when they could create certain obligations for staff.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
When parties separate, both the Family Law Act and associated court rules require strict adherence to time limitations.
Pointon Partners
It is possible for a transfer of your farm to a relative or a family trust to be duty free under certain circumstances.
Swaab
When you sign a Binding Financial Agreement and no longer agree to its terms, your rights to terminate are very limited.
Swaab
When a parent takes their child out of Australia without any agreement, it may be difficult to secure its safe return.
Swaab
The article looks at the impact of domestic violence on financial cases, such as property settlements and contributions.
Swaab
Article outlines when a court will be prepared to consider changing the surname of a child.
Swaab
Article discusses the importance of disclosing assets in family law proceedings.
Swaab
Article warns of dangers involved in allowing your former spouse to take your children overseas.
Swaab
This article sets out how CGT is generally treated by the Family Court in family law property settlement proceedings.
Swaab
The Court is not required to make orders to adopt a child's wishes if such a departure is in the child's "best interests".
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Stacks Law Firm
Creditor sues for money received by bankrupt from his late mother's superannuation fund.
HHG Legal Group
Recently, there has been an increase in separating couples arguing through the Family Court for custody of their pets.
HHG Legal Group
These changes are proposed, but it is far better to have a valid will in place to deal with your estate after you die.
Cooper Grace Ward
This case reinforces the need for an integrated approach for superannuation entitlements as a part of all estate plans.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
When parties separate, both the Family Law Act and associated court rules require strict adherence to time limitations.
Cooper Grace Ward
Schools should be aware of the terms of these parenting orders and when they could create certain obligations for staff.
Swaab
This article sets out how CGT is generally treated by the Family Court in family law property settlement proceedings.
Swaab
Article warns of dangers involved in allowing your former spouse to take your children overseas.
Swaab
Article outlines when a court will be prepared to consider changing the surname of a child.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
Recent significant changes to the Australian superannuation system may affect your current estate planning arrangements.
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