A recent Appeal from a decision by a Federal Circuit Court Judge has raised some eyebrows among some family law practitioners. In this case, the mother had been the primary carer of twin boys, aged eight years of age. About six… Read more Relocation To Go or Not To Go?
In which country should I commence proceedings for children and property matters? In today’s times, we are seeing a large number of cases where families have been transient and lived in various different countries throughout their relationship. Children may have been… Read more In which country should I commence proceedings for children and property matters
Often, after a separation, couples who once regularly agreed and went on overseas holidays together with their children are suddenly embroiled in disputes about whether their children should go overseas on holiday or not. Unfortunately, when trust detiorates totally, each parent… Read more Can I Take My Child Overseas For a Holiday?
On Sunday 8th March, Women across the world were celebrated with International Women’s Dayt – a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. In some places like China, Russia, Vietnam and Bulgaria, International… Read more International Women’s Day Debate