A Family Provision Act claim (FPA claim) is one of the main ways to challenge a Will. To make this sort of claim, a person
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Family Law Time Limits are important dates provided for in the Family Law Act. We are often asked ‘what are the time limits in Family
If you are unlucky enough to be in the Family Law system, the Court process can be quite daunting. The first court date usually occurs
People sometimes complain, occasionally with good reason, about questionable behaviour by their partner during the relationship. Things like abuse of alcohol, drugs, gambling, squandering of
According to the latest figures from the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, NSW Courts issued 26,491 Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders (ADVOs) in 2014.
Dealing with children’s living and care arrangements by agreement There are a few myths about the Australian Family Court system that may not stand up
1. You, your spouse, or both, file an Application for Divorce in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. 2. Pay the relevant filing fee with
One of the questions many of our family law clients ask is whether they will have to pay or, conversely, are entitled to receive, any
Are you about to get married or enter into a defacto relationship but worried about your assets? Is a Pre Nup the answer?
At Brazel Moore Lawyers, our Family Law team often receives enquiries about “Pre-Nups“. Such enquiries often come from people who are thinking of getting married
Following the death of 11-year-old Luke Batty in Victoria last month, the Victorian Parliament has introduced new penalties for failing to report child abuse to
Deciding on how to divide the assets and liabilities after the breakdown of a relationship is not an easy task. One of the factors the
When two people marry they generally believe that it is forever. When we have children we don’t look into the future and ask ourselves “What
In a recent appeal case in the United Kingdom, a woman tried to sue her Solicitor for professional negligence claiming she was not advised that
New Laws to let you check out the criminal background of your new partner before committing to the relationship….is this a benefit or a minefield!
For some time there has been much political and social debate surrounding family violence including its connection with family law. This has led to a