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Am I in a de facto relationship?
Article sets out factors that are considered by the courts in determining whether or not a de facto relationship exists.
Australia
17 Sep 2019
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What documents do I need to file in court to start family law proceedings?
The documents you need to file will vary depending on whether you are asking the court to make parenting or property orders.
Australia
13 Aug 2019
3
Is my potential inheritance relevant to property settlement?
An imminent inheritance will be, more often than not, relevant to property settlement matters.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
4
What happens to Lassie when we separate?
Article discusses the issues associated with who keeps the family pet when a relationship ends.
Australia
31 Jul 2019
5
Is there such a thing as too late to be doing my property settlement?
Strict time limits do apply to formalising property settlements, whether you were married or in a de facto relationship.
Australia
24 Jul 2019
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I won the lotto and it is mine, mine, mine, mine, mine … or is it?
He was ordered to pay one half of the lotto win to his ex-wife, despite it being more than two years after separation.
Australia
17 Jul 2019
7
What sort of things do I need to think about if I am going to separate?
Carefully think about how your circumstances could change after separation and take steps to manage any uncertainty.
Australia
16 Jul 2019
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If we can reach agreement, do we still need to go to court?
Where separated parties can agree about property settlement or parenting matters, there is no need to go to court.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
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Who is your daddy - a sperm donor?
There may be three people who could qualify as a parent, according to contemporary Australian understanding of that word.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
10
My ex has invited me to FDR or mediation – do I need to do mediation before I go to Court?
The purpose of engaging in Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) or mediation is to resolve matters before applying to court.
Australia
6 Jul 2019
11
Practical tips for expert witnesses in the family law courts
A capable, sensible valuation expert is often an essential element in helping parties agree to a property settlement.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
12
Trust loss provisions and Family Trust Elections (FTE)
Trust loss provisions first applied in the 1995 tax year and the "family trust" concept has became popular with the ATO.
Australia
1 Jun 2019
13
Is your childrens inheritance protected if you die before your spouse?
Unless special arrangements are added for the children, the survivor is free to alter their Will after their spouse dies.
Australia
19 May 2019
14
Private school fees and child support – who pays?
To minimise future disputes, schools should ensure their enrolment forms allow separated parents to convey their wishes.
Australia
19 May 2019
15
Super death benefits, estate administrators and conflicts: the war continues
There was a conflict between the roles of administrator of her late husband's estate and claimant of his death benefit.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
16
Family law and structures
Link to presentation about trusts, companies and how they relate to family law.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
17
Why all separated couples are just like Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos (Mr & Mrs Amazon)
The process of working out how to divide the assets on separation is the same, regardless of the wealth of the parties.
Australia
18 Jan 2019
18
Inheritances and property settlement – will you lose your inheritance to your former spouse?
It is difficult to include an inheritance in a property settlement, and each matter will turn on its unique facts.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
19
Recording devices and family law: when can you record a conversation?
Article recommends that you seek legal advice before recording a conversation or exhibiting any recordings to affidavit material.
Australia
11 Dec 2018
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Parenting orders and the obligations of schools
Schools should be aware of the terms of these parenting orders and when they could create certain obligations for staff.
Australia
1 Dec 2018
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