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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.
Wynnum Magistrates Court:
Reproductive Technology and Separation
Many couples each year seek services of assisted reproductive technology in the hope of having a child. One in six Australian couples suffer from fertility problems and around one in 25 Australian births are a result of in vitro fertilisation (IVF). As part of the IVF process, embryos may be created, frozen and stored ready…
Initial Contributions in Property Settlements
A property settlement is the arrangement between parties for division of assets, liabilities, and superannuation after the separation of a married or de facto couple. A property settlement can be formalised by way of a Financial Agreement, Consent Orders or by Court Order after a contested hearing. Whether property division is agreed to between the…
Mental Health and Parenting Orders
A parent’s mental health and the impact of any mental health issues on their capacity to care for the children are common concerns arising after separation. If a parent’s mental health issues were present during the relationship there may be heightened concerns for the children’s welfare in that parent’s care. Claims that a parent has…
The COVID-19 List in the Family Courts
The family courts have recently announced the introduction of a COVID-19 List to deal with urgent parenting issues that have resulted directly from the Coronavirus crisis. The COVID-19 List has been introduced in response to the large number of urgent parenting applications filed during March and April this year, which amounted to a 39% increase…