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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.

How to build a relationship with your ex

Building the ‘business relationship’ of parenting The kids and I are fine… but I dread talking to my ex! Studies have shown that after separation you may have a lot of different feelings towards your ex-partner, or be left with guilt or anger. These feelings can last several years, particularly if you found the break-up

The BIG Signs You Should Stop Trying To Co-parent With Your Ex

For your kids’ sake and your own sanity. Relentless Demands and/ or Useless Communication Whether you’ve been separated/ divorced for 6 months or 6 years, the constant calls, texts, and emails haven’t stopped. He/ she has elected themselves as your primary advisor on all things ‘parenting’ including education, scheduling, and religion. You get minute-to-minute coverage

Quick Tips for Parents Spending Time Away From Their Children

You want to be able to continue having a great relationship with your kids after separation. This means you must focus on the kids rather than on your ex-partner. You still need to be parents together, rather than partners. Separation is often a time of conflict between adults. This is very damaging to children. It

CHILD SAFETY Divorce Family Law Blog September 11, 2018

Getting a Divorce? 5 Tips On Telling the Kids

Getting divorced is tough enough in so many ways, but it’s made infinitely harder when children are involved. How do you announce to the kids that Mum and Dad are splitting up? No matter what age the children are, there’s no easy way of telling the children, but here are a few tips to make

A New Approach To Nesting In Family Law

As with many developments in the different ways to approach the resolution of family law matters, a new approach to managing post-separation parenting arrangements is emerging from North America. Collaborative law practice emerged in the United States, and now nesting, sometimes also called bird nesting, is a new approach that seems to be taking off

Merge of FCC and Family Court

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT OPENS THE DOOR TO REDUCED DELAYS IN THE AUSTRALIAN FAMILY LAW SYSTEM The Federal Government announced earlier today that the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and Family Court of Australia will be merging, to be known as the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia. The new Court will be operational from

What Is a Prenuptial Agreement and Is It Legally Binding?

Did you know that currently, some 30% of Australian marriages end in divorce? That’s a pretty scary statistic, but that’s the reality. When people get married they don’t go into the relationship thinking it’s going to end in a few years. Most view the commitment to being for life at the time. As unromantic as it sounds, it’s wise to be prepared for the big day where you sign those legally binding documents. If you are entering into the marriage with considerable assets already, as a safeguard it’s a good idea to consider a prenuptial agreement.

Family Law Blog April 26, 2018

What Could Happen If A Party Does Not Comply Or Ignore The Fundamental Principles Set Out In The Family Law Act?

Q: WHAT COULD HAPPEN IF A PARTY DOES NOT COMPLY OR IGNORE THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES SET OUT IN THE FAMILY LAW ACT? This creates a great deal of financial and emotional stress for all parties concerned.  For example in a matter we are dealing with the parties had agreed to mediation to resolve the financial

What Is a Parenting Plan and Why Would You Want One?

Separation and divorce can prove to be a complicated process on a number of levels, even if there are no children involved. However, when a couple has had children together, working out an amicable arrangement can become a major point of conflict and concern. Many drawn out court battles have occurred over the years due

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