Separation In Australia, separation occurs when one party communicates to the other party that they no longer wish to remain in the relationship. This can occur in the context of both marriages and de facto relationships.
Confidentiality and privilege Is the information I tell my lawyer private? Can my former partner publish details about our family law matter online? Confidentiality and privilege It is common for clients to be concerned that the
Forms of Family Violence – Financial Abuse Domestic or family violence is most often associated with physical, verbal, or violent abuse, characterised by outward aggression. But there are many other forms of domestic or family violence
Is my partner hiding 'behind the corporate veil'? Family Law matters often involve complex corporate structures, and it is not uncommon for one party to assert that the other is hiding assets ‘behind a corporate veil’.
What is a relocation? The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) (the Act) does not define what a “relocation case” is. The Court continues to emphasise that relocation cases are not to be treated separately to other
When should I apply for an Airport Watchlist Order? With an ever increasing global community, a parent’s desire to relocate from Australia is becoming more and more common. Whether it be a desire to return to