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June 2017

Child Custody and Relocation Dilemmas

By |June 15th, 2017|Child Custody, Family Law, Parenting|

Relocation by a Parent With Child When families break apart and children are involved, things might reach a point where one parent wants to relocate to another part of Australia or another country despite active parenting arrangements. This becomes possible especially when the parent decides to move on in their [...]

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May 2017

A Family Law Firm With Compassion

By |May 25th, 2017|Family Law, Legal Advice|

Collective Family Law Group missions are to offer legal service that focuses on clients by providing care, passion, and sympathy to the situation and circumstances. Matters relating to divorce or separation is often combined with stress and mixed emotions. Sensitive and sentimental matters involving family, relationships, children, a home and [...]

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February 2017

Childhood Alignment & Rejection

By |February 3rd, 2017|Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law, Family Resolution, Parenting|

Childhood alignment and rejection, often broadly referred to in the community as Parental Alienation, is a complex issue that is raised in many Family Law matters. This morning our firm's solicitors attended a workshop presented by Family Law Pathways Network where they were fortunate to hear from David Hugall, Regional [...]

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July 2015

Getting a Divorce

By |July 28th, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|

Divorce is the legal process under Australian Family Law for bringing an end to a marriage. Divorce itself does not deal with parenting arrangements or financial separation. To get a divorce, an application must be made to the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Court requires the following.  Evidence [...]

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Applications For Divorce

By |July 28th, 2015|Family Law|

As a family law firm on the Gold Coast & Brisbane, we come in to contact with a lot of people going through a divorce. From a legal perspective, there are certain requirements that must be satisfied before a divorce can be finalised, and a family lawyer at Collective Family [...]

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Prevent Conflict in the Future – Binding Financial Agreements

By |July 28th, 2015|Family Law, Separation|

A Binding Financial Agreement (‘BFA’) is an agreement between you and your partner regarding financial matters. Some people may recall pre-nuptial agreements, which are now encompassed in a BFA. A BFA can be entered into prior to a de facto relationship or marriage, during a de facto relationship or marriage, [...]

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Staying Out of Court in Your Family Law Matter

By |July 28th, 2015|Family Law, Legal Advice|

How We Can Help You With Your Family Law Matter by Staying Out of Court? When families separate there is more often than not a strong desire to avoid going to court. Similarly, many people associate family lawyers with the court process. This doesn’t have to be the case. Negotiation [...]

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Family Law & Joint Parental Responsibility

By |July 28th, 2015|Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law, Family Resolution, Parenting|

In Family Law What Does Joint Parental Responsibility Mean? Joint parental responsibility is referred to as a presumption in Family Law because it is applied in every case unless there is evidence put forward by a party that proves equal shared parental responsibility is not in the best interests of [...]

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Superannuation & Separation

By |July 28th, 2015|Family Law, Separation, Superannuation|

After a marriage or relationship break down, dividing up the family assets is a very tough and emotional process for most couples. It is important that you get solid advice from a family law solicitor about what you may be entitled to, assets such as superannuation can be over looked [...]

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