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We have put together some helpful resources to guide you when navigating legal waters. This is your first stop when looking for advice, information or if you just have some questions and curiosities.

What is a de facto relationship?

A de facto relationship is a relationship in which a couple lives together on a genuine domestic basis. This definition is the same across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Northern Territory, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania, and the Australian ...

Round table conference

There are many forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process. For instance, negotiation, mediation, arbitration or conciliation. A round table conference is one such form of ADR that allows the parties to adopt a more collaborative approach. What ...

Post Separation Assets

How post-separation assets are treated by the Family Court? The date of separation, and therefore, the timing of a contribution to an asset made post-separation by one party, can be very relevant. A ‘post-separation contribution’ is a contribution ...

Consider Mediation

Why separating couples should try mediation When there is a breakup, it can leave people with a feeling that if they can’t agree to be together, how will they decide the rest and their first reaction may be ...

Same Sex Marriage in Australia

Same-sex marriage in Australia Marriage equality is legal in Australia. Same-sex couples have been able to marry each other since the 9th of December 2017, when the Australian parliament passed a bill to change the definition of marriage. The ...

A Grandparents Rights

What are the Grandparents Rights In Australian family law, grandparents do not have any specific rights in relation to the care, upbringing or custody of their grandchildren. However, children have a right to see and spend time with ...

Financial Gifts

How does the Court treat money given to me by my parents? Money received from family members during the relationship may be considered a “contribution” to the relationship. Whether the money given to the parties or one of ...

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