What if the biggest cost in your family law matter was not your lawyer? What if the biggest cost was YOU?
Not possible? Think again.
The Collins Dictionary defines a ‘false economy’ as ‘an attem
One of the biggest family law myths is that all property assets will be divided 50/50 after separation. We wish it was that simple, but the truth is there are a number of factors which come into play
Once the romance subsides, your relationship may not be the fairy tale you once imagined.
Many people who enter into a de facto relationship by moving in together for the first time may not think t
The breakdown of a marriage is ordinarily devastating on many fronts but it has special consequences when it involves an intergenerational family business such as the family farm.
A typical farming b
If you have:
– A house;
– A car, boat or caravan;
– Shares; or
– A business
The answer is ‘yes’ if you don’t get the right advice.
Many people are unaware that the simpl
Well the short answer is yes.
In most relationships there is a division of roles, duties and responsibilities. Parties choose to live in a way which will advance their interests either individual
You and your former spouse or de-facto have separated, possibly resolved children’s matters and come to an agreement to divide your joint property.
You may even have had the assistance of a Media
It is not only a good idea but the Family Law Act requires a separating couple to make a genuine effort to negotiate a settlement of all issues (children and property) prior to any Court action being
If you are in a defacto relationship then the date that you and your partner separated is critically important.
If you separated on or after 1 March 2009 then the Family Law Act applies. Yo