On 19 November, the Stronger Communities Legislation Amendment passed NSW Parliament, making significant reforms to the Criminal Procedure Act 1986. This is part of a broader reform of domestic … [Read more...] about Reforms to Domestic Violence Legislation
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Are you insured, have you read your Terms & Conditions, and do you know your duties, pursuant to the Insurance Policy and the statute governing Insurance Contracts? Insurance Law is one where … [Read more...] about Insurance
A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald, which you can read here, told stories of adult children who have 'divorced' their parents, which has led to further discussion about what exactly it … [Read more...] about Can an adult ‘divorce’ their parents?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbJyubYgAfE On last Friday's F&G Facebook Live we discussed dog bites. What are your rights if bitten, and what are your duties and obligations as a dog-owner? … [Read more...] about Dog Bites
Navigating a parenting agreement that works well with both you and your co-parent can be difficult, especially during the festive season where things become more hectic. In addition, conflicting … [Read more...] about Parenting Arrangements for Christmas: Cut-off date 13 November 2020
It was announced this week that Justice Simon Steward and Justice Jacqueline Gleeson of the Federal Court of Australia will replace the two retiring High Court judges, Justice Geoffrey Nettle and … [Read more...] about How are High Court Justices appointed in Australia?
With the upcoming Christmas holidays fast approaching (or not coming fast enough), many people find themselves in a new situation where they have recently separated, with the unresolved issue of what … [Read more...] about New Single Parent? Tips to Surviving the Christmas Period
“Should I Stay or Should I Go”, coincidentally a song played by a band called The Clash, is a question many parties ask when they separate, and both often think they are entitled to remain living in … [Read more...] about Who gets to live in the matrimonial home after you separate?