Family Law: Co-parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic
The current COVID-19 global pandemic is an unprecedented occurrence in the modern world and has required flexibility and creativity in almost all aspects of life. People are working and studying from home, non-essential facilities have shut down and people are coming up with inventive ways to stay in touch and...Read More
De facto Facts – Where does a relationship end and a de facto partnership begin?
If you have been in a serious relationship and moved in with your partner then you will know what it is like to mix and match your furniture, set up joint banking and split bills for food and utilities. As you settle into your new lifestyle, there is one aspect...Read More
7 Tips For Family Law Matters Involving Children and School Holidays
The school holidays can be a volatile time for separated couples when dealing with school aged children – who should they spend their time with? What about if both parents are working? What about if one parent wants to take the children away? Here are 7 tips about how things...Read More
Can You Be Separated And Live Under The One Roof?
Before a person can apply for a divorce they have to be able to establish to the Family Court that their marriage has irretrievably broken down. This can be established if the Court is satisfied that the parties to the marriage have separated and have lived separately and apart for...Read More