Category: Family Law

News

POSTED: 14 Dec 2021
It is very common for people to ask their parents or relatives for financial assistance. It is important to differentiate whether any funds advanced are a gift or a loan. A gift means that there is no expectation for the funds to be repaid.
Read more

News

POSTED: 15 Nov 2021
Parties who are not married but have lived under the same roof for an uninterrupted period of two years are considered to be in a de-facto relationship. The Family Law Act outlines that to satisfy the threshold of a de-facto relationship, the parties must “have a relationship as a couple...
Read more

News

POSTED: 11 Oct 2021
The new and improved Family Court was introduced on the 1st of September 2021, with new rules and court procedures aiming to make the experience for those involved in Family Law proceedings more efficient and less stressful.
Read more

News

POSTED: 11 Oct 2021
Staff Spotlight | Tom Reeve - Your local Family Law expert.
Read more

News

POSTED: 27 Sep 2021
Staff Spotlight | Nevine Youssef - Your local Family Law expert.
Read more

News

POSTED: 20 Sep 2021
Staff Spotlight | Jean Alim - your local Family Law expert.
Read more

News

POSTED: 07 Sep 2021
Family law proceedings can often be emotionally and financially burdening. Clients are often torn between wanting their day in Court and the backlogged queue that may not have their matter heard by a Judge for years rather than months.
Read more

News

POSTED: 05 Aug 2021
The breakdown of a family unit is difficult and stressful at any given time, with many families experiencing this loss each day. For children, this loss is commonly associated with the separation of their parents and the new residency and parenting arrangements they will have to adjust to.
Read more

News

POSTED: 20 Jul 2021
Unfortunately, Greater Sydney currently finds itself in its second extended lockdown (barring the Northern Beaches lockdown in December 2020) since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020.
Read more

News

POSTED: 08 Jun 2021
A Binding Financial Agreement is an agreement which parties may enter into at the start of their marriage or de-facto relationship. These agreements are normally created to ensure that each party retains certain property in the unfortunate event of a relationship breakdown.
Read more

1 2 3 4 5