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Do not delay if you think you have a claim against a deceased estate
This WA decision illustrates what could persuade a Court to extend the time limit for making a family provision claim.
Australia
27 May 2019
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Adult child maintenance for ongoing education and living expenses
Adult Child maintenance, as distinct from child support, may be payable for a child over the age of 18 years in certain cases.
Australia
27 Mar 2019
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The great vaccination debate: What does the Family Court have to say?
Debates over vaccinating the children have increased and can be a source of great conflict between separated parents.
Australia
21 Feb 2019
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What happens to the pets after separation?
The Family Courts follow the general position that a family pet is included in the definition of property in the Act.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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We have separated, how long do we have to sort it all out? - Time limits in Family Court matters
Remember there are minimum time requirements and time limitations for the filing of some documents in the Family Court.
Australia
11 Oct 2018
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Drug testing in Family Court proceedings
To ensure that children are not exposed to risk of harm, the Court may order that parents undertake random drug testing.
Australia
8 Sep 2018
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What is it all worth? Determining values in family law proceedings
The first step in considering a property settlement after a separation is to decide the asset pool between the parties.
Australia
30 Aug 2018
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The family law system review in 2019: What you need to know
There may be further changes to the WA system after the review into the Australian Family Law system after March 2019.
Australia
26 Aug 2018
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Useful tools for navigating co-parenting
To share parental responsibility for a child, to spend time with that child, both parents need a degree of co-parenting.
Australia
6 Aug 2018
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The Australian family law system review: What you need to know
There may be changes to the WA system after the completion of the Australian Family Law system review in March 2019.
Australia
14 Jun 2018
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What is considered property in Family Law and when can I get rid of his or her stuff?
In general, no items should be sold, encumbered, damaged or disposed of until family property matters are resolved.
Australia
3 May 2018
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Superannuation splitting and family law - WA de facto couples
Soon all Australian couples experiencing separation will be able to split their superannuation in property settlement matters.
Australia
3 Apr 2018
13
5 common family law myths, misconceptions and inaccuracies
These myths may be from relying on the internet, friends or family members for information about your family law matters.
Australia
1 Feb 2018
14
Promised the family property but the promise has been broken – Insight from Currie v Currie [No 2] [2017] WASC 312
If the promise of family property has been broken, you may be able to enforce it through a proprietary estoppel claim.
Australia
4 Dec 2017
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Moving with children: The law on relocation and recovery in family law matters
The paramount consideration in parenting matters, including a change of residence, is the best interests of the child.
Australia
4 Dec 2017
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Red FM/FIFO Life interviews FIFO family lawyer Danielle Hadida
Red FM dedicates time each week to discuss topics that FIFO workers are interested in hearing about, like family law.
Australia
23 Nov 2017
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Marriage of 14 year old held invalid by Family Court of Western Australia
The husband's application for divorce was ultimately dismissed, as the parties' 25 year long marriage was ruled invalid.
Australia
9 Nov 2017
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Child support and adult child maintenance: What am I obligated to pay?
All parents must contribute to their children's financial support and this may be extended to dependent adult children.
Australia
20 Oct 2017
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The family law system review: What you need to know
The Report is expected to be published in March 2019 and is expected to provide a comprehensive proposal for changes.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
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The use of recordings as evidence in family law proceedings
Smartphones have made it easier to record life, with photographs, videos and audio recordings captured for evidence.
Australia
12 Sep 2017
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