Darwin Family Lawyers | Expert Family Solicitors
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- A strong option for those who need an experienced and affordable lawyer.
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Our family lawyers are experienced in:
- Domestic Violence
- Parenting Orders
- Pre-nupital agreements
- all other Family law issues.
Northern Territory Magistrates Court:
Darwin, NT 0800
Parental Abduction and Taking Children Overseas
Parents should think twice before taking their child overseas without first getting permission from the child’s other parent. A number of legal restrictions are in place to prevent a child leaving Australia without the consent of both parents. Even if you are only planning a short holiday, it is important to get permission from the…
Caveats on Properties in Family Law
Relationship breakdowns can be a source of emotional distress and grief. These feelings can be inflated by the complex, and often unavoidable, exercise of dividing property. You may have an interest in the property you shared with your former partner, however, your name may not be on the property title. There are a number of…
Changing Child Support Assessments
The Registrar uses administrative formulas to calculate child support assessments. He or she considers income and care when calculating the child support a parent must pay. In special circumstances, the Registrar of Child Support can change an assessment. The provisions that empower the registrar to do this are found in Part 6A of the Child Support…
Presumptions of Parentage
Presumptions of parentage are the framework courts and other agencies use to make an assumption about who the parents of a child are in the absence of direct evidence. In the past, a presumption of parentage was dictated by common law (court-made law). The common law presumption reflected traditional social norms: marriage only occurred between…