We understand that it is a stressful, tiring and challenging time when your relationship breaks down and the last thing you want to do is.
According to the Honourable former Chief Justice Bryant, relocation cases are by far the hardest cases the Family Court has to deal with.
As a marriage or de facto relationship progresses through the years, the lives of two people are often significantly intertwined with one another.
Whenever someone raises the idea of separating with their partner, many people continue to have a preconceived notion that separations.
In a study by RMIT University, 16 percent of Australian women and 7 percent of men will experience financial abuse in their lifetime.
With the global pandemic forcing many families into lockdown together, couples may be spending more time than usual with one another.
Both parties to a marriage or de-facto relationship have a positive duty to provide full and frank disclosure of information relevant to an issue in their case.
A frequent question many of our clients ask is “Can my child decide who they want to live with?” Unfortunately, the answer is not clear cut and your child’s wishes are just 1 of 16 factors considered by the court in determining the best interests of your child.
Domestic and family violence is a serious social issue that affects everyone in a family – children, parents and other members of the extended family and the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia take family violence very seriously.