Mondaq Australia: Family and Matrimonial
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Article outlines when a court will be prepared to consider changing the surname of a child.
Swaab
Article discusses the importance of disclosing assets in family law proceedings.
Swaab
Article warns of dangers involved in allowing your former spouse to take your children overseas.
Swaab
This article sets out how CGT is generally treated by the Family Court in family law property settlement proceedings.
Swaab
The Court is not required to make orders to adopt a child's wishes if such a departure is in the child's "best interests".
Swaab
Parties to family law proceedings may be committing an indictable offence if they publish any court details online.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Parties should be thoroughly prepared and it may also be the right time to consider property and parenting arrangements.
Cooper Grace Ward
This case reinforces the need for an integrated approach for superannuation entitlements as a part of all estate plans.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This case shows dangers associated with bringing an ex parte application before the court and not telling the full story.
Aitken Lawyers
You can make a plan under an enduring power of attorney, for if you lose the ability to manage your financial affairs.
Aitken Lawyers
The Family Law Act 1975 contains various provisions which set out the requirements for a de facto relationship by law.
Kells
Despite his best intentions, Peter Brock joined other famous celebrities who failed to get their Wills properly in place.
Stacks Law Firm
A basic guide to testamentary capacity.
Bartier Perry
Discussion of the forfeiture rule (now reflected in the Forfeiture Act 1995 (NSW)) and its application.
Aitken Lawyers
An Enduring Power of Attorney, with appropriate checks and balances, would avoid the appointment of a financial manager.
Kott Gunning
Remember there are minimum time requirements and time limitations for the filing of some documents in the Family Court.
Kott Gunning
Being an executor can be time-consuming, so consider these tips now to make the job easier for your executor later.
Aitken Lawyers
Article outlines suggested triggers that should prompt you to review your estate plan.
Thynne & Macartney
Article highlights several reasons why it is important to have a valid Will.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Recent judgment reminds solicitors that they are professionals and not merely postmen to vent the anger of their clients.
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Stacks Law Firm
Creditor sues for money received by bankrupt from his late mother's superannuation fund.
HHG Legal Group
Circumstances surrounding the entry into pre-nuptial agreements are considered when assessing their validity.
Cooper Grace Ward
This case reinforces the need for an integrated approach for superannuation entitlements as a part of all estate plans.
Aitken Lawyers
The Family Law Act 1975 contains various provisions which set out the requirements for a de facto relationship by law.
Kells
Despite his best intentions, Peter Brock joined other famous celebrities who failed to get their Wills properly in place.
Aitken Lawyers
You can make a plan under an enduring power of attorney, for if you lose the ability to manage your financial affairs.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This case shows dangers associated with bringing an ex parte application before the court and not telling the full story.
Cooper Grace Ward
Many farming families have difficulty navigating the financial, taxation and duty implications of succession planning.
Swaab
In separation, when one party is not registered on the title of property, lodging a caveat may secure their interest.
Kott Gunning
To ensure that children are not exposed to risk of harm, the Court may order that parents undertake random drug testing.
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