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February 2021

Different Methods Of Negotiating In Family Law – Podcast Episode 8

By |February 12th, 2021|Podcast|

 Most Family Law matters don't go to court! So what else happens? In the podcast Caralee breaks down...1. Kitchen Table Negotiations;2. Retaining a Lawyer to help negotiate;3. Attending Mediation; and4. Filing an application with the Federal Circuit Court...Listen up as Caralee steps you through what each method means and when do start thinking [...]

January 2021

Who Stays In The Family Home After Separation? – Podcast Episode 6

By |January 28th, 2021|Podcast|

 Around the time of separation, it can be really difficult to know who stays and who goes. It is important to know your rights and obligations at this difficult and uncertain time. Everyone’s circumstances are different and it is important that you are both as practical as possible, however often emotions [...]

Lighthouse Project – a safer pathway for families experiencing family violence

By |January 25th, 2021|Divorce, Domestic Violence, Family Law, Family Resolution|

The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court of Australia have embarked on a new pathway to assist families who have experienced family violence and other safety risks to navigate the family law system. The Lighthouse Project is now live in selected registries of these Courts. We are fortunate that Brisbane [...]

The Different Roles in Your Family Law Matter and Definitions of Each

By |January 22nd, 2021|Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Family Law, Family Resolution, Parenting|

Unless you are a lawyer, it can be difficult to understand who is who in the zoo when it comes to the law. It is confusing! This can often be daunting as before separation; you might have no idea of the roles played by different people with different job titles. [...]

What is the Difference between a Parenting Plan and Consent Orders? – Podcast Episode 4

By |January 14th, 2021|Child Abduction, Child Custody, Court Updates, Divorce, Family Law, Family Resolution, Legal Advice, Parenting, Podcast, Separation, Visiting Rights|

Life after separation is a difficult time for most people, add the extra worry of having to work out how your children are going to spend time with each parent, and there is no wonder why parents can be left feeling overwhelmed. However, if you and your ex-partner [...]