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.
Can a trust be included in the matrimonial pool of assets where one party argues that it did not exist in the first place?
When parents disagree on a decision relating to their child, is it the mother or the father who has the ultimate say?
Are you separating? Do you need assistance with the challenges your property settlement presents? If so, read on.
The case of Choat & Grendel  FamCA 579 highlights a question often asked by family law clients in circumstances where counselling notes are requested to be produced.
May 2018 Family Law Case Watch 29 May 2018 By Lisa Wagner Who bears the costs in Family Law proceedings? Understandably, many Family Law litigants consider it to be unjust…
Has your Family Law matter been set down for Final Hearing? If so, you will most likely be facing cross-examination. Cross-examination is a critical part of the Final Hearing process and can be an extremely nerve-wracking experience.
As Family Lawyers, we know that some of the most complex and difficult cases our clients face are those which involve child abuse allegations.
Our experience tells us that clients are very concerned about delays in accessing justice, especially when it can take years to reach a Final Hearing in the Family Law Courts.