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Importance of Creating a Legally Valid Will

Importance of Creating a Legally Valid Will

Your Will is an important legal document containing your wishes for when you pass away. Having a will ensures your wishes will be carried out and your loved ones are provided for. In some jurisdictions, a legally accepted Will requires a lawyer’s engagement because of...

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Alienation – A form of emotional abuse

Alienation – A form of emotional abuse

Alienation in terms of family law involves a parent whereby they speak to their children in a manner that alienates another parent. This alienation involves pushing the child or children to reject or hold off from contacting or developing bonds with the alienated...

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Parenting Order: Can I take my Children Overseas?

Parenting Order: Can I take my Children Overseas?

Relevant Provisions in the Family Law Act If you have parenting orders and want to travel overseas with your children, you should confirm a few things before making any plans, otherwise you may be subject to criminal charges. Section 65Y of the Family Law Act 1975...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law

Court proceedings aren't the sole avenue for resolving family law disputes. Several alternative methods can be more cost-effective, efficient, and swifter. Furthermore, adhering to pre-action procedures as set out by Rule 4.01 and Schedule 1 of the Federal Circuit and...

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The Timeless Bond: Understanding Adoption

The Timeless Bond: Understanding Adoption

Adoption is a momentous legal process that brings together loving families and children in need of nurturing homes. It represents a heartwarming journey that transforms the lives of both children and prospective parents, creating lifelong bonds of love and care. This...

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Effect of Marriage or Divorce on a Will

Effect of Marriage or Divorce on a Will

A change in circumstances with respect to your relationship can mean a need to change or update your Will. Most people are unaware that these changes in your relationship may impact the validity of your Will. This article will explore the effects of marriage and...

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The Importance of Duty of Disclosure in Family Law

The Importance of Duty of Disclosure in Family Law

Before one can finalise a property settlement between a separated couple, regardless of whether they were married, the Australian Family Law requires each party to be transparent as to their financial situation and imposes a duty of “full and frank disclosure”. What...

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