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How to comply with Parenting Orders during Covid-19

With the current Government restrictions in place, Covid-19 is likely to put a strain on co-parenting. If you have a court parenting order, you must continue to follow it.

How to protect yourself or loved ones against the misuse of an Enduring Power of Attorney

The Coronavirus pandemic has prompted many of us to consider whether we have our legal affairs in order.

COVID-19 pandemic and Domestic Violence – Staying Ahead of the Curve

The current restrictions and rules regarding isolation and limiting public movements except for essential travel have forced many Australians to

The COVID-19 pandemic - Q and A about family law

The COVID-19 pandemic and its effect around the world has drastically changed the lives of all Australians. New rules and restrictions on a State and Federal level are being introduced

Father’s Rights

Quite often in the media we see comments about “Father’s Rights” in the Family Law context. In the Family Law system we often say “Children have rights – Parents have responsibilities”.

Can my children still go to private school when we separate?

Parents make plans for their children when together. When the parents separate, these plans sometimes go awry. Many parents are concerned

No Fault Divorce Law in Australia

Unlike Australia, Japan has only recently announced that an amendment to the divorce law had been passed in the Japanese upper house so that divorced women no longer had to wait at least

Too Old to Start Again

We recently had a phone call from a client in a panic telling us that he needed to see a family lawyer urgently. We saw him that afternoon.

I can’t afford a lawyer, he has the money

It is possible to get a court order for the other party to pay your legal fees.

Have you been told you need a Family Report?

If you are going through the process of separation and children are involved it is likely that a Family Report will be required.

$99 Initial Consultation

The first meeting with your solicitor is called an initial consultation, this is extremely useful as it gives you the opportunity to interview the law

Top 10 Tips for Parenting Post-separation

Whilst a family breakup can be sad and difficult, it does not need to be catastrophic. Life goes on after all.