Can You Be Exempted From Family Dispute Resolution?

Law Blog

The dissolution of a marriage can be a frustrating experience, whether you wanted relief from it or not. And when children are involved, the process becomes exponentially more stressful. In Australia, once you have opted to dissolve the union, you then will have to apply for a parenting order from the court, which is a critical part of family law.  However, part of the process of getting the parenting order is to attend family dispute resolution so that you and your former spouse can negotiate the terms that will be in the parenting order.

15 July 2019

Financial Considerations When Going through a Separation

Law Blog

When a relationship breaks down, it very rarely happens overnight but is almost always spread over weeks, months and sometimes years. The mood between the two individuals will gradually sour, and they may, in fact, grow to significantly dislike each other. Most likely, they cannot wait to get their affairs in order so that they can move on. One way or another, the focus will turn to money matters, and it can be difficult to determine the split, as matters are rarely cut and dried, and finances can be intertwined.

8 January 2019