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- child custody arrangements;
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Cobram Magistrates Court:
Child Support and Establishing Parentage
When a person seeks child support from another person, they must establish that the person is indeed a parent of the child or children in question. In most cases, parentage is not in dispute. However, when issues arise around parentage, an application will sometimes need to be made under Section 106A of the Child Support…
Separation and Short Relationships
Whether or not a relationship would be considered to be a short relationship depends on all the circumstances. However, if a relationship lasts less than five years, it will likely be categorised as short. When the court makes orders for the division of property after short relationships, the financial contributions made by each party are…
Capital Gains Tax and Property Settlements
Upon separation, couples will usually seek property settlement. A property settlement is a binding legal arrangement dividing the assets and liabilities of parties to a relationship. Parties to property settlements often overlook the impact capital gains tax will have on the outcome. As part of a settlement, one party will often be obligated to transfer…
Property Divisions and the Five-Step Test
The Family Law Act 1975 governs the division of assets, liabilities and superannuation in the event of separation after a de facto relationship or marriage. The court has a wide discretion under the Act to decide the property settlement entitlements of each party based on the facts of the individual case. Parties’ entitlements to an…