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australian family law
sole custody
In Australia, the assessment of parental fitness is crucial in determining custody arrangements for a child. This evaluation can significantly impact the parents involved, potentially resulting in the loss of custody. In this article, we explore the concept of an unfit parent in Australia and highlight key factors considered in making this determination. The Implications...
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separating under one roof
The decision to part ways with your partner is not one taken lightly. The process can be fraught with social, financial, and emotional challenges. In Australia, particularly due to the high cost of living, it has become increasingly common for couples to separate while continuing to live together in the same household. This article will...
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family lawyer sydney
Embarking on the journey of legal proceedings in family matters can be a significant and emotional step. To ensure that your first meeting with a family lawyer is as productive as possible, it’s essential to be well-prepared. Before you attend your consultation, there are several key steps you should consider to ensure a productive discussion....
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Addressing unpaid child support
Child support is a crucial aspect of ensuring the well-being and financial stability of a child. Unfortunately, situations may arise where child support payments are not being made as agreed upon. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to understand the legal actions available to enforce child support obligations. In this article,...
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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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duty of disclosure in family law
When it comes to family law matters such as divorce, child custody and financial settlements, disclosure requires that both parties provide full and frank information about their respective financial circumstances. This includes income, debts, assets, liabilities, and any other relevant information. In Australia, Family Law Courts adhere to this principle which serves to ensure fairness...
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Streamlining Processes in the Judicial System with the Merger of the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court Australians witnessed a historic event in the judicial system with the merger of two major courts: The Federal Circuit Court and the Family Court. This important change became effective after both State and Federal governments passed laws to...
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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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