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Family Law: Disagree with a valuation by jointly instructed single expert? What not to do!
Recent Family Law case is a good reminder that the law is quite specific when it comes to expert evidence.
Australia
15 Oct 2019
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How are pre-relationship assets treated in a property settlement? Are they included or excluded?
The assets of a relationship include all assets, whether they were acquired prior, during or after the relationship.
Australia
6 Jul 2019
3
Divorce and Separation - What you need to know
This article asks and answers family law questions about divorce and separation in Australia and in New South Wales.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
4
Super­an­nu­a­tion splitting and rela­tion­ship breakdown
There is no "one size fits all" approach to superannuation splitting which can be applied to all separating couples.
Australia
4 Apr 2019
5
The value of the homemaker: International Womens Day and family law
It is timely to reflect on the contribution of women in society, and how that contribution is valued in Australian law.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
6
Women can own property: Married Persons (Equality of Status) Act 1996 NSW
Married women can acquire property on their own, so women can retain financial autonomy and independence after marriage.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
7
The feminisation of poverty
Women are overrepresented amongst those living in poverty, as they are often unable to participate equally in society.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
8
Commissioner of Taxation v Tomaras: High Court rules that tax debts can be transferred between spouse parties
Article discusses recent case where the rarely used section 90AE Family Law Act was applied.
Australia
29 Jan 2019
9
Tis the season: a word about gifts in your family law property settlement
The article looks at how different kinds of gifts have been treated by the courts in family law property settlements.
Australia
27 Dec 2018
10
But what does it mean? Interpreting binding financial agreements for matrimonial property
The case highlights the need to be precise in drafting these agreements, particularly in respect to division of property.
Australia
17 Dec 2018
11
Death and family law property proceedings
What hap­pens if family law property pro­ceed­ings have com­menced and then a par­ty to the pro­ceed­ings dies?
Australia
13 Dec 2018
12
Show me the mon­ey: the con­se­quences of fail­ing to dis­close assets in fam­i­ly law proceedings
Article discusses the importance of disclosing assets in family law proceedings.
Australia
21 Nov 2018
13
Alcohol and family law parenting proceedings
This article considers some recent family law cases where alcohol was raised as an issue in parenting proceedings.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
14
Relocating children overseas after divorce
In Australia, you need the consent of the other parent, or an order of the Court to relocate overseas with your child.
Australia
31 Jul 2017
15
Death of special contributions in family law?
The court found that placing greater weight on the husband's contribution did not do justice to the wife's contribution.
Australia
30 Jul 2017
16
Divorce in Australia - FAQs
If you want to apply for a divorce in Australia, either you or your spouse need to have some connection with Australia.
Australia
26 Jul 2017
17
Spouse Maintenance in Australia - FAQs
You can ask your spouse/de facto partner to pay maintenance for your reasonable living expenses if you have separated.
Australia
26 Jul 2017
18
My bags are packed and I am ready to go - Should I stay, or can I go?
If a parent wants to relocate after separation, he or she should discuss any possible move with the other parent first.
Australia
26 Jul 2017
19
Post separation financial contributions
The general approach of the Court is to include all assets at the time of trial but will make adjustments as appropriate.
Australia
9 Jun 2017
20
Buying food, drinks and women: an assessment of a party's conduct as it relates to family law
A party's conduct normally has no impact, but the conduct may sometimes affect the final division of the property pool.
Australia
14 Feb 2017
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