Family Law: WA de facto couples to split their super upon a relationship breakdown
Has your relationship recently broken down? Were you and your partner in a de facto relationship? Do you understand how your assets will be divided following your break up? A relationship breakdown is inevitably a stressful and emotional time, and to add even more fuel to the fire, you and...Read More
Is your ex-partner entitled to half of your lottery winnings?
Following a separation, it is important to consider how your assets and liabilities will be divided. Sometimes people are able to reach an agreement regarding the division of their assets without the need for mediation or a trial, however in some cases the matter ends up going all the way...Read More
Australian law cracking down on teenage sexting – is your child in the clear?
Do you have teenage kids? Are you aware of their texting habits? Would you know if your child has sent or received sexually explicit content? Have you educated your child about the dangers of sexting? According to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) 13% of 16-17 year olds...Read More
e-Divorces- What are they?
Essentially, e-Divorces are a digital means of undertaking divorce and family court proceedings. This is intended to create a shift from traditional proceedings that are dealt with in a court environment. Separating couples will then be enabled to resolve their divorce applications, financial and some parenting matters from the comfort...Read More
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS: Navigating Time and Travel for Separated Parents
REMINDER! 10 NOVEMBER 2017 is the deadline for filing parenting order applications relating to the Christmas school holiday period. Applications for parenting orders relating (in whole or part) to the school holiday period beginning December 2017 and extending to January 2018 must be filed with the Family Court (Court) by...Read More