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Need A Divorce? What happens next…

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Need A Divorce? What happens next…

For those coming to a realisation that the marriage is ending, you’re probably racking your brains on the best way to wrap everything up legally so that you can proceed to ‘recovery’ both emotionally and financially from your potential former spouse. But what actually happens from here? How you approach divorce will depend on your individual situation.

Simplify the Division of Assets With These Top Tips

When it comes to the break down of a relationship that culminates in separation and divorce, the division of property, assets and accumulated debt can become a real sticking point for many former couples. Divorce is stressful and emotional enough as it is without the burden of having to negotiate over material goods and finances,

How Do I Avoid Family Court after Relationship Breakdown – Part 2

Collaborative Law Can Keep You Out Of Court. Pros of Collaborative Law Allows people negotiate their own outcomes with their own assets and liabilities. Allows people to communicate directly with the former partner to work out how time with the children in the future can work for them and for the children. Costs a lot less than

How Do I Avoid The Family Courts – Part 1

About Alternative Dispute Resolution With the very long waiting lists to have your matter heard in the Federal Circuit Court and Family Court Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is on the rise.  It works and it is cheaper for everyone. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is just that.  It is a range of pathways outside of the

CHILD SAFETY Collaboration Divorce November 15, 2015

The Shuttle Mediation Approach

The shuttle approach, also known as shuttle mediation approach. The accepted form of mediation. Does it work and is it the best form of mediation. A recent article by Linda Kochanski examined the pros and cons of this form of mediation. My Experience in Shuttle Mediation. In family law we endeavor to avoid litigation in

Collaboration June 26, 2015

Rejection Law and Collaborative Practice

I recently attended an international conference held by the International Academy of Collaborative Practitioners on the Gold Coast.  There were some interesting papers presented at that conference.  A short paper was provided to us.  This is a paper published by Emma Young in March 2002.  It is short but interesting paper and is downloadable here.

Collaboration April 19, 2015

Detailed Overview Of Collaborative Law Practice In 2015

OVERVIEW OF COLLABORATIVE LAW PRACTICE by Ian Field, Family Law, Brisbane A new way of practicing family law and avoiding Family Court litigation. Of all the following celebrities are you able to distinguish those that used the collaborative approach to resolve issues arising from the breakdown of their marriage or went down the traditional path of

How Much Does It Cost To Get A Divorce in Australia?

The million dollar question How much does it cost to get a divorce in Australia is determined by about a millions factors; but mainly depends on the actions of you and your partner. We can however advise of your family law costs in relation to a property settlement, custody and time spent with children in

Collaboration Family Law Blog November 4, 2014

Could collaborative practice have saved millions of dollars in costs?

Could collaborative practice have saved a wife involved in Family Law proceedings in Melbourne millions of dollars in legal costs? In the matter in question the wife commenced proceedings for property settlement in 2005. There were numerous applications before the Court. The wife alleged that the property pool was in the millions of dollars whereas

Quality or Quantity, shared parental responsibility – Time spent with children

Quality or Quantity, shared parental responsibility – Time spent with children. The family law legislation requires that following a separation the Family Law Court Brisbane apply the presumption that it is in the best interests of the child for the parents to have equal shared parental responsibility in normal circumstances and where practical unless there

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