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How Do I Apply For Sole Parental Responsibility Of My Child?

There is a lot of public misconception about what Sole Parental Responsibility is and whether it is sole custody. It ...
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Family Law

New Year, New priorities: Planning For A Good Year

Many people find that the beginning of the year is a natural time to reflect on the past and think ...
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Things to consider when co-parenting over Christmas (Contd.)

How to Co-Parent this Christmas Part 2 In our previous article, we went over some things to consider when making ...
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Things To Consider When Co-parenting Over Christmas

Christmas is a special time for families to come together and celebrate the holiday season. For newly separated or divorced ...
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How To Apply For A Domestic Violence Order

One critical way of combating violence in the home is to empower individuals to remove themselves from these situations. What avenues are available to those ...
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How Do Mental Health Conditions Affect Family Law Proceedings?

Concerns over the mental health of one parent are common in family law proceedings. As such the family court approaches the topic very seriously, incorporating ...
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I Told My Partner I Want A Divorce – What Happens Next?

No one enters a marriage anticipating that it will end. However, things don’t always work out the way we’d like ...
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Family Law Myth #2: I Have To Go To Court To Get Custody Over My Kids

Another common question we often get from our clients is whether or not they need to show up to court ...
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Family Law Myth #1: Children Will Always Live With The Mother Post-Separation

There are a lot of misconceptions around how family law operates, largely influenced to a degree by Hollywood and what ...
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Can My Former Spouse Keep The House?

After a de facto or married couple has decided to separate, they may begin the process of drafting a financial ...
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