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Wonthaggi Magistrates Court:
Breaching a Family Law Order
When family law orders are made, whether on an interim or a final basis, they are binding on all parties. Breaching a family law order is a serious offence, unless you have a reasonable excuse. When a party breaches an order, the other party has a range of options for enforcing the order or getting…
Subpoenas in Family Law Matters
When information is needed from a third party relating to the subject of legal proceedings, a party may issue a subpoena for that information to be provided to the court. There are three types of subpoenas: a subpoena for production, a subpoena to give evidence, and a subpoena for production and to give evidence. Subpoenas…
Government Announces Changes to the Family Law System
Last year, Federal Attorney-General George Brandis announced that the family law system, which has not been overhauled since the Family Court was established in 1976, would be subject to a wide-ranging review. Concerns about the current family law system include the length of time it takes for a matter to be finalised, the cost of…
What is Our Date of Separation?
When spoken about in a family law context, the word ‘separation’ describes the termination of a marriage or de facto partnership. A couple is said to have separated once they stop living together as a couple. Unlike marriage or divorce, there is no legal process for separation. The absence of a formal process means that…