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July 2021

Tips For Parents To Reduce Conflict and Reduce the Effect Of The Conflict On Children

By |July 22nd, 2021|Divorce, Family Law, Podcast|

 When going through a divorce it is vital to protect children from the long term effects conflict can have on them. Seeing two parents' emotions toward each other drastically change can be harmful and can mentally affect the livelihood of these children.Today, Senior Associate, Dannielle Young will be following [...]

The Effects Of Children Being Exposed To Disrespectful Separation – Podcast Episode 30

By |July 19th, 2021|Podcast|

This week, Senior Associate, Dannielle Young talks about how devastating the effects of exposure to conflict and unhealthy relationships can be on children. There is qualified research that shows parents fighting and arguing affects children's mental health, and physical health - long term. It is vital for [...]

June 2021

What Age Do Children Get To Make Their Own Decisions In Family Law? – Podcast Episode 26

By |June 23rd, 2021|Podcast|

 This week on the podcast, we have Senior Associate Dannielle Young joining us to discuss a common question that we get asked as Family Lawyers: at what age do children get to make their own decisions on when they see the other parent? The answer to this question is... There [...]

How To Get Through The First Year Of Your Separation – Podcast Episode 25

By |June 10th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law, Podcast|

The first year after separation is the toughest, devastating, distressing, and most challenging period. Part of the difficulty for most people is that you are required to face a very new reality. There are many decisions, firsts, and often conflicts all whilst you are figuring out who [...]

What Is An Independent Children’s Lawyer? – Podcast Episode 24

By |June 4th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law, Podcast|

This week on the Divorce Collective Podcast, Senior Associate Dannielle Young breaks down the common question of what is an Independent Children's Lawyer? What is an independent children's lawyer? An Independent Children's Lawyer (“ICL”) usually and frequently pops up in relation to family matters before the Federal [...]

May 2021

What Is Process Serving And How Does It Work In Family Law? – Podcast Episode 23

By |May 27th, 2021|Family Law, Podcast|

Today on the Divorce Collective, Senior Associate Dannielle Young and Process Server Victoria Cook guide listeners through how process serving works. In a Family Law context, the reason Process Servers would be necessary is to ensure documents are served correctly, some documents must be served personally and [...]