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Jennifer Franco
buying selling investment conveyancing
At Cleofe Parsons Legal, we understand the intricacies and challenges that come with real estate transactions. Whether you’re a seasoned property investor or a first-time homebuyer, the process of buying or selling a property can be both exciting and daunting. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the world of conveyancing, shedding light on the...
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Child custody matters are one of the most common issues addressed by Family Law in Australia. It is important for divorcing parents to understand the process of deciding who will have physical and legal custody of their children, as well as the rights and responsibilities associated with these roles. This article provides an overview of...
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property law
Legislation The Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) covers all separating couples, whether married or in a de factorelationship, including same sex couples. However, different time limits apply for initiating court orders on how the property is to be dividedfor couples who were married verses those in de facto relationships. Time limits For parties who were...
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de facto rights
The definition of a de facto relationship is prescribed under the Family Law Act 1975. A de facto relationship is a relationship between two people, who are not legally married orrelated by family and lived together on a genuine domestic basis. Under Section 4AA of the Family Law Act 1975 a de facto relationship intends to protect theescalating number of couples...
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Null vs divorce
A divorce legally ends a valid marriage. Meaning a marriage ends after two people separatefor a minimum of 12 months. An annulment, on the other hand, treats a marriage as if it were invalid. An annulment is alegal declaration that a marriage between two people is null and void from the start. This isreferred to...
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What is defamation Law?  A defamatory statement is a false statement that is published (i.e. in written form) that would lead a reader to view the complainant in a negative light.  A false statement about a person that is published and brings them into disrepute is widely referred to as being ‘defamatory’. However, to prove...
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surrogacy written on chalkboard
It makes sense, right? The sperm donor is the genetic father of the baby, after all. An example case in New South Wales where a gay couple entering an altruistic surrogacy arrangement, intend to be parents with a surrogate who is married. One of the gay couples is the sperm donor and the genetic father...
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