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The cost of living crisis facing many Australian families is often addressed in the media today by considering the impact of rising rents and lack of rental property supply, or the no-less important issue of competitive practices between our two largest supermarket chains.  However, given that intimate partner relationships form

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The month of January often sees a surge in divorces, as couples re-evaluate their lives during the rollercoaster ride that is Christmas and New Year’s. The increased family interactions and financial pressures brought on by the holiday season often result in heightened emotions and the unearthing of underlying relationship issues.

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Many children in Australia are born through artificial insemination with sperm from donors protected by anonymity until the child born turns 16 years of age here in Western Australia. Western Australia facilitates donor linking through both formal mechanisms which allow donor children means of finding out information about their donors

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The prospect of being on school holidays, receiving gifts and spending extended time with loved ones mean most children anticipate Christmas with brimming excitement.  But for children whose parents have separated in the course of the year, the first Christmas after separation may also be a very difficult time.  Understanding

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Since 2006, parenting decisions in the Family Court have proceeded on the basis that equal shared parental responsibility to both parents is in the best interests of children in matters where both parents are able to co-parent effectively and where there are no allegations of family violence. Parental responsibility does

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