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How Long Will The Court Take To Make The Orders After Reaching A Family Law Agreement?

If you and your ex-partner have reached an agreement with respect to your property  and parenting matters, you can retain a lawyer in Brisbane or […]

7 Things to Know About ‘Consent Orders’

If you have reached agreement and you are reading this, Congratulations! That is the hardest part of the process and you have done it! You […]

What You Need to Know About Shared Parenting

In all child custody cases, unless there is a threat of harm to the children, the courts believe that children benefit from a meaningful relationship […]

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Child Support – How Does It Work?

Separating from or divorcing a person with whom you share children can be quite daunting from a financial perspective.

To assist with the costs involved with […]

By |April 5th, 2018|Child Support, Family Law|Comments Off on Child Support – How Does It Work?

Spousal Maintenance vs Child Support

Post separation and divorce one of the parties in the relationship may be required to provide periodic financial support to the ex-partner or the child […]

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Childhood Alignment & Rejection

Childhood alignment and rejection, often broadly referred to in the community as Parental Alienation, is a complex issue that is raised in many Family Law […]

By |February 3rd, 2017|Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law, Family Resolution, Parenting|Comments Off on Childhood Alignment & Rejection

Family Law & Joint Parental Responsibility

In Family Law What Does Joint Parental Responsibility Mean?
Joint parental responsibility is referred to as a presumption in Family Law because it is applied in […]

By |July 28th, 2015|Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law, Family Resolution, Parenting|Comments Off on Family Law & Joint Parental Responsibility