Have you been looking for a family or a divorce lawyer in Sydney that you can communicate easily with? Are you thinking of getting a divorce? Have you spoken with some family lawyers but are not happy with the answers you received? Doolan Wagner Family Lawyers are specialists in this area and can guide you through this stressful journey of divorce following separation.
We understand that divorce and separation is wrought with costs. The emotional cost of separation and the costs of maintaining two homes can be really significant. We understand that you need to do what you can to keep in control of the additional costs of legal representation and so we have set out some tips below to help you save money on the legal costs associated with your divorce.
Are you thinking of separating and want to know where you stand? Separated and wanting to know what your rights are? Looking for the best family law representation a stone’s throw away or in a convenient location? If you are separating, separated or thinking of separating and want easy to understand information from a specialist family law firm, then read on…
Is Collaborative practice right for my family law matter? What is Collaborative Family Law? How does it work?Wanting to know more about Collaborative Family Law, if so, read on as we discuss what it is and how Collaborative Practice can positively impact your family law experience.
Separation is a confusing time and there are a lot of people out there who want to throw in their “two cents”. Support after separation is great, vital even, but when it comes to what the law says it’s important to get it right. In this article we help myth bust a few of the common misconceptions that come from getting advice on Facebook or Joe Bloggs down the road.
Separating with your significant other is a nerve-wracking time. Perhaps you have been thinking about this for a while or perhaps your partner has asked for a divorce out of the blue. How will you divide your assets? What if there are children involved? How will the children cope with the new arrangements? There are so many different aspects arising from a separation or divorce – things like property settlement, parenting arrangements, spousal maintenance and so on. Here is a handy list of things to keep in mind when you find yourself in a situation like this.
Our February 2019 Family Law case, Wakeley & Wakeley  FCCA 3707 explores two(2) common themes and issues that often arise in Family Law matters including the: 1. Approach taken by the Family Court in determining property proceedings; and 2. Admissibility of affidavit evidence of a witness.
Picking up from Part 1 of this Article, we now turn to a couple of family law cases that were handed down after the Bankruptcy and Family Law Legislation Amendment Act 2005 (Cth) was passed.
What happens when parties enter into a Binding Financial Agreement and one party subsequently becomes bankrupt? What do you do when the one asset pool to be divided is in circumstances where there are competing claims between the bankrupt’s spouse or partner and the bankrupt’s creditors? If you find yourself in a situation like this and are unsure of the next steps, read on.
Has the other party in your matter proposed Judicial Mediation? Do you need help in understanding what this entails? If so, read on.