What happens if a person dies without a Will? When a person passes away without a Will, that person’s assets are distributed according to the laws of the state and not according to their wishes. … [Read more...] about What is the difference between a Will, a Power of Attorney and a Codicil?
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Whilst COVID-19 has halted the entire aviation industry for the time being, it may be worthwhile to now sort out any issues relating to your child’s Passport, so you’ll be ready to travel again when … [Read more...] about Travelling with your children after separation
Do you have a Child Inclusive Conference with a Family Consultant ordered by the Court? The here are a few key points that might assist you; A Child Inclusive Conference is a meeting with a … [Read more...] about A Guide to Child Inclusive Conferences
Once final parenting orders are made, either by way of consent between the parents or a determination made by the Court following a final hearing, these are required to be complied with until the … [Read more...] about Final Parenting Orders – Can I change them?
This week the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court have appointed seven new registrars, in line with a new initiative to simplify the family law property dispute … [Read more...] about 7 things to know about the Family Court
Divorce is the formal legal ending of a marriage. It is totally separate and distinct from property arrangements following the breakdown of a marriage. People usually get confused, … [Read more...] about Divorce: How can you be eligible for getting a divorce?
You’re now separating with your partner and trying to understand your position, whether it be in relation to your finances or issues with parenting. However, it is important to not rely upon many … [Read more...] about 5 Common Family Law Myths
Is there a Default Judgment made against you? A “Plaintiff” is the person who has a claim against another person and initiates a civil lawsuit in Court with regards to that claim. A … [Read more...] about Default Judgments