Coutts Solicitors & Conveyancers
To make a claim, you need to consider if you are an eligible person, and, if so, what are your needs to be provided for?
HHG Legal Group
In WA, superannuation will be treated differently, depending on whether you were married or in a de-facto relationship.
Stacks Law Firm
A recent case threw new light on the issue of whether it's legal for a parent to smack a child to administer discipline.
Partial settlements are interim distributions to fund your expenses while you wait for your final property settlement.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The mother and the 60 Minutes crew may have been better seeking a recovery order through our International Agreements.
A clean break between ex-spouses usually means a property settlement, with the combined asset pool being broken apart.
Although we all hope it will never happen to us it's a sad fact that many marriages end in divorce. Here is some advice on how to handle things.
LexCounsel Law Offices
A HUF is a separate entity that is created by members of a family wherein the members are lineal ascendants or descendants.
Khaitan & Co
The Hon'ble High Court of Delhi, in its landmark verdict pronounced in the matter of Mrs Sujata Sharma v Shri Manu Gupta & Ors, has held that the eldest woman member of a Mitakshara HUF can be its "Karta / Manager".
Skrine & Co
The issue of how to divide property following the breakdown of a marriage is a vexed one which has spawned many a battle amongst estranged couples.
Couples often overlook important legal 'housekeeping' matters that should be attended to prior to the big wedding day.
The case involved disputes about relationship property matters and the validity of trusts, after a marriage dissolution.
A court can adjust the division if the income and living standards of one partner are likely to be significantly higher.
We are now living much of our lives online, so what happens to your online accounts and digital devices when you die?
A court has the power to dismiss any attorney who does not act with a fundamental duty to her client's best interests.
The Court confirmed there is no automatic right to documents for beneficiaries – disclosure is a discretionary decision.
Generally the biological parents are joint guardians, but the Court can appoint another person for the child's welfare.