July 2015

Family Law and Domestic Violence

By |July 28th, 2015|Domestic Violence, Family|

Domestic violence can occur in all spectrums of life, it does not discriminate. Sometimes it can be difficult to accept that you are a victim of domestic or family violence. Our team of Family Lawyers at Collective Family Law Group is very well equipped to assist you through the family [...]

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Family Law Mediation – How to Get the Best Out of It

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

At Collective Family Law Group we offer clients a range of processes to help our clients resolve their family law matters, whether the matter is regarding children or finances. These include using the court, negotiation, dispute resolution, and mediation. Mediation is a good way to help the parties investigate options [...]

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February 2015

Fee Fears

By |February 2nd, 2015|Family Law, Fees|

It can be frightening approaching a family law solicitor when you don't know how much it’s going to cost. Some people going through a separation won’t even go to a lawyer because they fear the cost. Before I became involved in the legal profession, I was one of these people [...]

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Family Dispute Resolution

By |February 2nd, 2015|Family Law, Family Resolution|

When children are involved in your separation and divorce you are required to attend compulsory family dispute resolution before accessing the court system. Family dispute resolution is used to negotiate an appropriate parenting plan. If an agreement can’t be reached, or family dispute resolution is inappropriate, a certificate is be [...]

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Going to Court for your Family Law Matter

By |February 2nd, 2015|Family Law, Legal Advice|

When you are faced with family law issues that cannot be resolved with negotiation or mediation alone, your family law matter may need to go before the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia. Going to Court isn’t likely to be your idea of fun unless of course you are a lawyer. [...]

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January 2015

Family Lawyer…. Do I Really Need One?

By |January 27th, 2015|Family Law, Legal Advice|

You may be pondering whether it is worth paying for a lawyer to assist you in your family law matter. Understandably many people are concerned about the cost of instructing a family lawyer on their behalf but the truth is that spending the money on a good family lawyer may [...]

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Pre-nuptial. Do I or don’t I?

By |January 27th, 2015|Family Law, Pre-Nuptial Agreement|

It may not be the most romantic topic as we wave goodbye to Valentine's Day, but let's discuss the merits of prenuptial agreements. Many people dread the phrase or think that is tacky, but the reality is that a prenuptial agreement provides the legal means for married or de-facto couple’s [...]

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