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Our areas of expertise include:
- divorce and separation;
- arrangements for children;
- de facto partnerships;
- property and estates;
- domestic violence issues;
- spouse maintenance;
- prenuptial agreements;
- any other family law issues.
Gatton Magistrates Court:
Duty to Disclose in Family Law Matters
In accordance with the Family Court’s pre-action procedures and the Family Law Rules 2004, all parties to a family law dispute are required to make full and frank disclosure of information and documentation relevant to the matter. The duty to disclose in family law applies in both parenting matters and financial disputes. The duty to…
Caveats in Property Law (WA)
A caveat is a formal notice or warning issued against the title of a property. In Western Australia, caveats are registered at Landgate, which is the titles office responsible for recording all dealings and interests regarding Western Australian land. Caveats cannot be placed on personal property but only on real estate. The purpose of a…
Coping With Christmas after a Separation
Christmas comes loaded with emotion. The kids love the thought of Santa and gifts, unwrapping presents, food and staying up late. The parents love the kids loving Santa and gifts, unwrapping presents, and catching up with friends and family and food and drink and too much of all of those, and even when Aunty Maria…
Personal Injury Payouts and Property Settlements
When thinking about how a personal injury payout should be treated in a property settlement, courts apply the principles of family law while simultaneously taking into account the principles relevant to personal injury law. Section 79 of the Family Law Act gives the court the power to make orders altering the interest of the parties…