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What are the Rights in De Facto Relationships?

Forrest

Married couples, those in a civil partnership and people living together in what’s known as a ‘de facto’ relationship have certain legal rights. People in de facto relationships (including same sex couples) share many of the same legal rights as…

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Are Verbal Abuse and Emotional Abuse Domestic Violence?

Chalk Brick Wall

In Australia, domestic violence is defined by the Family Law Act (1975) as “violent, threatening or other behaviour by a person that coerces or controls a member of the person's family, or causes the family member to be fearful”. This…

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How are Assets Divided in a Divorce?

Road Dividing Trees

The divorce rate in Australia is at its lowest level since 1976, when the Family Law Act was introduced. However, with a current divorce rate of 1.9, divorce is sadly still an outcome for many marriages across Australia. Deciding ‘who…

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Can You be a Surrogate in Australia?

Surrogacy

Surrogacy laws vary across Australian states. In this post, we’ll look at surrogacy laws in Queensland, assessing the legalities surrounding the issue. We aim to provide you with the help and advice you need to make an informed decision, covering…

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How Can I Protect My Assets Before Marriage?

Beach Wedding

No matter how a relationship breaks down, the end of a relationship can be an emotional and difficult experience. However, the strain placed on both parties and their families isn’t purely emotional, as there can also be significant financial implications.…

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5 key child support concepts and 1 important tip for your day to day parenting

If you have separated from your partner and have care of the child/children from that relationship, you will likely be able to apply for financial assistance from the other parent in the form of child support. Child support is an…

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6 alternatives to going to court for your family law matter

What are the alternatives to going to court? Going to court is a lengthy and costly route to take in family law matters. The process from application to final hearing (in cases where resolution can’t be reached along the way)…

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3 key considerations about your de facto relationship

For de facto relationships when the relationship starts and ends isn’t as clear as when you marry.  For example, you don’t usually hold a ceremony to celebrate ‘moving in together’. While you can register your relationship by lodging a form…

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5 stages of a divorce application

The word divorce can be seen as an all-encompassing term to describe the separation process. ‘I’m getting a divorce’, ‘my cousin Max is getting divorced’.  A lot of lawyers also describe themselves as a ‘divorce lawyer’. Technically, however, an application…

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Resolve your matter: Family Dispute Resolution & Mediation

If you are recently separated or have been separated for some time, and have matters to discuss with your former spouse, Family Dispute Resolution and Mediation are two forums which provide parties with the opportunity to have open discussions and…

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