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Call to speak to one of our Richlands family lawyers today. We are committed to negotiating a quick, fair and effective result so that you can get on with your life.
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.
Richlands Magistrates Court
Richlands, QLD 4077
Family Law Appeals
Family law appeals are relatively uncommon. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, family law judgments are discretionary. This means that unlike in some areas of law, where there is a single correct decision that the court should arrive at if it properly considers the evidence and applies relevant legal principles, family law judges have…
Parenting Orders For Aboriginal Children
The Family Law Act 1975 sets out the principles that are to underpin courts’ decisions as to where children should live, who they should have contact with and any other matters that are to be included in Parenting Orders. The paramount consideration in all decisions about parenting orders is the best interests of the child.…
Children’s Court or Family Court?
While the Children’s Court and the Family Court are separate jurisdictions that deal with different types of proceedings, there are some situations where they overlap. While the Children’s Court of Western Australia deals with child protection proceedings, the Family Court deals with family law matters including parenting orders. In some situations, the Department of Child…
Can the Court Set Aside Consent Orders?
When a couple has separated but is in agreement as to the financial arrangements that should be put in place, property orders can be obtained by consent. The parties can file a joint application confirming the terms of the agreement. The consent orders are then made in chambers by a judge or a registrar without…