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Updates & Insights

There are many reasons why a couple should come to a property settlement arrangement sooner rather than later after they separate. One of the more compelling reasons was highlighted in a recent Full Court decision where the parties had been married… Read more Don’t delay Property Settlement after Separation

I recently penned an article about a Full Court decision which provided an example of the interaction between Child Support (in that case private school fees) and its impact on a property settlement adjustment Order. Besides the obvious reasons as to… Read more Child Support and Property Settlement – Be Smart

There has been much media hype about a recent decision by the High Court in Thorne –v- Kennedy (2017) HCA49, with some claiming that such a decision means Prenuptial (or Binding Financial Agreements as we call them in Australia) are dead… Read more Recent High Court decision does not spell the death of Prenuptial Agreements

What did the “Yes vote” mean for Family Law?

As anticipated the “yes” vote prevailed.  What did that mean from a family law perspective?  When the Government passed the legislation consistent with the “yes” vote, it meant that same sex couples could now marry and if their relationships subsequently  breaks… Read more What did the “Yes vote” mean for Family Law?

As a family law solicitor, it heartens and inspires me when I read and see the wonderful lawyers, counsellors, social workers and support workers who deal every day with the ‘cold face’ of domestic violence. They are the unsung heroes who… Read more A Family Lawyer’s Perspective Against Domestic Violence

In a recent Full Court decision of Trang Kingsley (6 July 2017) the Family Court delivered a stark reminder about its wider powers to deal with who failed to provide in full and frank disclosure of their financial affairs in property… Read more Consequences of Non-Disclosure in Family Law Property Settlement Proceedings

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