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Moving House With The Kids?

| Family Law | No Comments
Packing up and moving is seldom easy. For parents, packing up and moving with the kids following separation or divorce can be especially challenging. One of the most serious considerations… [read more]
Recovery of Children

What are the Issues Around Recovery of Children?

| Family Law | No Comments
The worst nightmare of any parent going through separation or divorce is that your ex-partner might 'take off' with your kids, within Australia or overseas. Perhaps it has already happened.… [read more]
Estate

How to Prevent Someone from Receiving Part of Your Estate

| Wills & Estates | No Comments
No matter what you do, it's unlikely that you'll be able to keep your family from bickering over your will. Inevitably, a family member will be upset about what they… [read more]
testamentary capacity

How Do I Know if My Parent has Testamentary Capacity to Update their Will?

| Elder Law, Wills & Estates | No Comments
Learning that your parent wants to update their will can be a source of consternation and concern. This can be especially upsetting if you find out that your mother or… [read more]
Spousal Maintenance

What is Spousal Maintenance and How Do I Get It?

| Family Law | No Comments
As family lawyers, we often get questions about spousal maintenance. Clients who have heard about it from family or friends sometimes have misconceptions about what it is. Sometimes they are… [read more]
international divorce

What You Need to Know About International Divorce

| Family Law | No Comments
From both an emotional and a practical standpoint, getting divorced is seldom easy. It can be especially challenging if you and your spouse are from different countries, however, or if… [read more]

Moving House With The Kids?

| Family Law | No Comments
Packing up and moving is seldom easy. For parents, packing up and moving with the kids following separation or divorce can be especially challenging. One of the most serious considerations… [read more]
Recovery of Children

What are the Issues Around Recovery of Children?

| Family Law | No Comments
The worst nightmare of any parent going through separation or divorce is that your ex-partner might 'take off' with your kids, within Australia or overseas. Perhaps it has already happened.… [read more]
Spousal Maintenance

What is Spousal Maintenance and How Do I Get It?

| Family Law | No Comments
As family lawyers, we often get questions about spousal maintenance. Clients who have heard about it from family or friends sometimes have misconceptions about what it is. Sometimes they are… [read more]
international divorce

What You Need to Know About International Divorce

| Family Law | No Comments
From both an emotional and a practical standpoint, getting divorced is seldom easy. It can be especially challenging if you and your spouse are from different countries, however, or if… [read more]
Separation

10 Things You Must Do Following Separation

| Family Law | No Comments
There are few experiences more traumatic in life than a relationship break-up with a long-term, much loved partner. For some people, the emotional stress of such an event can have… [read more]
Family Report

What is a Family Report and How Do We Prepare For One?

| Family Law | No Comments
In the sad event that a family breaks up, family reports have become important documents in court proceedings about the living arrangements of the children. A family report can be… [read more]
Estate

How to Prevent Someone from Receiving Part of Your Estate

| Wills & Estates | No Comments
No matter what you do, it's unlikely that you'll be able to keep your family from bickering over your will. Inevitably, a family member will be upset about what they… [read more]
testamentary capacity

How Do I Know if My Parent has Testamentary Capacity to Update their Will?

| Elder Law, Wills & Estates | No Comments
Learning that your parent wants to update their will can be a source of consternation and concern. This can be especially upsetting if you find out that your mother or… [read more]
Enduring Power of Attorney

Who Should I Nominate As My Enduring Power of Attorney?

| Wills & Estates | No Comments
Appointing an enduring power of attorney should become an important part of any advanced care plan, particularly as you get older. An enduring power of attorney is a legal document… [read more]
Power of Attorney

What Happens When There is No Enduring Power of Attorney in Place?

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Appointing someone you trust with power of attorney is likely one of those things many of us dismiss as unimportant, or more likely put off as something we can always… [read more]
What is a Will

What is a Will and Why Do You Need One?

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A will is one of the most important and practical legal documents you will create in your lifetime. By making a will, you ensure a number of things will happen… [read more]
Testamentary Trust

What is a Testamentary Trust and Why Should I Consider One?

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An unavoidable fact of life is that, someday, we all die. While many avoid thinking about this particular reality, it doesn’t change the fact of the matter and by putting… [read more]

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